Kill Bill: Vol. 2 Review

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by AVForums Aug 1, 2004 at 12:00 AM

    Kill Bill: Vol. 2 Review
    As writer/director Quentin Tarantino has
    repeatedly stated, if Kill Bill: Volume 1
    was all about asking questions, then Kill
    Bill: Volume 2 is the film that delivers the
    answers. And we can't imagine anyone
    being disappointed by this final part of the
    Bride's quest for revenge.
    Kill Bill: Volume 2 picks up with Uma
    Thurman's Bride continuing on her path
    towards the inevitable confrontation with
    former lover/boss/mentor Bill (David
    Carradine). However, before she gets there
    she has to face Bill's brother Budd (Michael
    Madsen) and Elle Driver (Daryl Hannah),
    who will do everything in their power to
    stop her. And even if she does make it to
    Bill, will she be able to cope with the final
    surprise he has in store for her?
    Far more like a 'typical' Tarantino film
    than its predecessor, ...Volume 2 will be a
    delight for QT fans, but offers little to
    change the views of those who have never
    fallen for his previous movies. It's a far
    looser film than the first part, playfully
    combining the operatics of the spaghetti
    western with film noir leanings and more
    old school kung-fu. Really a series of
    highly entertaining set-pieces rather than a
    cohesive story, but when the end product
    is this much fun, who cares?

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