The Daily Movie Quote: Kill BIll: Vol. 2
"You know, I've always liked that word... "gargantuan"... so rarely have an opportunity to use it in a sentence." - Elle Driver, Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004)
Miramax Films, Rated R, 136 minutes.
Directed By: Quentin Tarantino
Uma Thurman - Beatrix Kiddo - The Bride, 'Black Mamba'
David Carradine - Bill - 'Snake Charmer
Lucy Liu - O-Ren Ishii
Vivica Fox - Vernita Green
Chia Hui Liu - Pei Mei
Michael Madsen - Budd - 'Sidewinder'
Daryl Hannah - Elle Driver
Michael Parks - Esteban Vihaio
Domestic Box Office Gross: $66,207,920
Synopsis: The Bride continues her revenge of killing those responsable for murdering her wedding party, leaving her for dead and stealing her child. Kiddo's murder spree ends in the climactic final showdown with, you guessed it, Bill.
Fact: Robert Rodriguez scored Kill Bill for $1. and Quentin Tarantino directed a Sin City segment for the same amount in return.
Trivia: The Bride never speaks to Budd anywhere in the two films.
Movie Mistake: During the fight between Elle Driver and The Bride, tobacco spit is thrown on Elle's face, it disappears the next cut to her.
My Take: Quentin Tarantino at his best. Violence on a case of Red Bull, creative ways of killing and incapacitating people and an amazing story. The Kill Bill series is my favorite of Tarantinos films. I mean the way Kiddo ends the fight with Elle is classic! The rumor is that Tarantino wants to continue these films but he's waiting for the two little girls to grow up so they can continue their roles. How friggen awesome would that be?!
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