Kill Bill Volume 2 (2004)


In Volume 2 of Quentin Tarantino’s homage to artful violence we see more of the events that brought Beatrix to her current situation while she brings her quest for vengeance to its bloody conclusion.

The second part of the story is rather less action-orientated and has more the feel of Film Noir meets spaghetti western rather than the out-and-out chop socky action of Volume 1, but at the end of the day the two chapters were not really meant to be seen apart. I can easily watch both of these films in one sitting and still come back for more, while so many of the worthy but pretentious and oh-so-dull film “classics” that are considered to be superior bore me to tears within half an hour.

A film for fellow film lovers everywhere made with an understanding of – and appreciation for – cult film that is unsurpassed.




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