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Kill Bill: Vol. 1
Genre: Crime / Thriller
Director(s): Quentin Tarantino
Release Date: 01 January 2003
Movie rating: 8.1
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What is the movie Kill Bill: Vol. 1 about?
"The Bride" wakes up after a four year coma and finds out that a child she was pregnant with was gone. Not only that- she was betrayed by the members of her Deadly Viper Assassination Squad, so she wants a revenge. Finding out that Bill killed her husband- to-be when they were supposed to get married enrages her even more and she is determined to settle all the bills with Bill and his team. Quentin Tarantino directed this American action film and since it originally lasted almost four hours, it was separated in two, of which this is the first part. Both films are knows as "Kill Bill". With Uma Turman in the leading role and Vivica A. Fox, Lucy Liu, Daryl Hannah and David Carradine by her side, this movie is one of those that will make you stare at the screen until it's finished. "The Bride" kills one by one of the crew members who slaughtered all the guests from her wedding party leaving her in coma. Each one was killed in a specific and very dramatic way, after a tensed fight. Leaving Sofie alive to tell Bill that she is coming after him reveals one more thing- Bill asks if "The Bride" knows what happened with her child and if she actually knows that the girl is alive. The general storyline of "Kill Bill" was inspired by Japanese film "Lady Snowblood" from 1973.
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Vilma @ 28-Jul-2014 21:52 Report a spam

It is very weird the fact that there are no reviews for this movie online, that is why i decided to write one. There is no more naive action movie with elements of martial arts than this one. And honestly speaking it was very funny for me to realize that sometimes european movies with the fight theme are better than the asian ones. There were funny pictures one after another, the one eyed sister with a cross on her eye. Two housewives fighting with kitchen knives. And Uma Thurman who looks as a fragile woman, but in reality is a very cruel woman. Well once again here the victims of violence. I can only state that this movie is absolutely empty, the subject line is not capturing at all, and the performance of the actors is not that great either. After watching this movie i got the feeling that it became so magic only due to Tarantino and Thurman working upon it. My conclusion, is that this movie is good for beer only, it is a lame thriller, and it is not an action movie, as well as it is not a comedy.

Lupi @ 26-Jul-2014 08:39 Report a spam

The synonym to the word Tarantino is great special effects. Or if being more precise, it is vulgarity, stupidity, cynical phrases, and all of those things are wrapped into a very effective frame. Like in Pulp fiction, in this movie were gathered all sorts of stereotypes which were served as a candy. And that is why i love Tarantino so much, for the fact that he is not fu***** banal. And the other common passion that we share is the passion towards long legs, Darryl Hannah rocks in here, and i can watch for hours how she moves them from one place to another.The clothes in the movie also look very good. And the music is stunning, i try to find some minus in it but i cannot. Everything looks like a highly organized plan. The only thing i didn’t like is that it was too much blood in the movie, but once again as usually it is normal for Tarantino movies. And i cannot pass by without mentioning how gorgeous was Quentin’s all times muse Uma Thurman, i think she and Tarantino are made for each other, so why resisting.

Zachary @ 26-Jul-2014 02:04 Report a spam

Once upon a time there was a pretty blonde girl with blue eyes, and this girl has decided to get married, but according to the contract that she signed earlier she could not do it. And the worst thing has happened, this girl has been killed (on her own wedding) her cruel and dangerous boss Bill. But he missed something as he didn’t finish his “job”, she got into coma, but stayed alive, and as soon as she wake up she decided to revenge, and she revenged, with everyone, very cruel, because it was the only thing that was left for her. Mmm this movie would have looked like real drama in all the cases except one- it was filmed by Quentin Tarantino. I can say that the movie is cool, and the actors in it, were amazing especially Uma Thurman, she is great in everything that she is doing! And only due to this movie i finally realized how talented she really is! To perform so real without having a great talent and skills is simply impossible! Enjoy the show, and don’t forget the popcorn!

Bob @ 21-Jul-2014 16:10 Report a spam

On occasion there is a movie which earns high praise from most critics, including critics I trust and respect on the web, but with Kill Bill Vol.1 I am at a loss to understand what was so great about the movie . “Kill Bill”, in both Volumes, left me mystified. Perhaps I don't relish sitting through nearly five hours of style with about two hours of substance. I am trying to think of a Tarantino film I enjoyed as little as Bill 1 & 2. I can't think of any-- I truly enjoyed the others. I didn't really like these films when I first saw them a decade ago. I watched them again yesterday and my esteem has not increased over the years.

Dawn Peltonen @ 21-Jul-2014 16:06 Report a spam

There is no ironic overlay in Tarantino's movies, no 'commenting' on the pop schlock he's replicating. He simply wants to remake in his own way the kinds of movies he's always loved, and he's about as uncynical as a movie geek can be.

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