Kill Bill: Vol. 2

Rated R 137 minutes 2004

While I found Vol. 1 to be one of the funnier movies of the post-war period, I must say that Vol. 2 is a bit of a letdown. Tarantino jammed all the exposition into this half, and there are some incredibly extended sequences of people sitting down and talking about the movie that we’re watching. It's kind of a waste of talent, since David Carradine was removed from his crypt and revivified for this film. His performance is great, and he should make more posthumous films, but it would have been nice if he’d had a little more to do than present monologues on What Has Gone Before. Still, there’s a bunch of well-shot action sequences; Uma Thurman is surprisingly good; and you get to see someone’s eye get plucked out not once, but twice.

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Official Site: www.kill-bill.com

Director: Quentin Tarantino

Writer: Quentin Tarantino

Producer: Bob Weinstein, Harvey Weinstein and Lawrence Bender

Cast: Uma Thurman, David Carradine, Michael Madsen, Daryl Hannah, Gordon Liu, Michael Parks, Perla Haney-Jardine, Helen Kim, Claire Smithies, Clark Middleton, Laura Cayouette, Larry Bishop, Sid Haig, Reda Beebe, Samuel Jackson, Chris Nelson, Caitlin Keats, Jeannie Epper, Bo Svenson, Lucy Liu, Vivica Fox, Sonny Chiba, Chiaki Kuriyama, Julie Dreyfus, Jun Kunimura, Akaji Maro and Kazuki Kitamura

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