Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004)

The Bride continues in her quest to destroy the man who tried to murder her on her wedding day.

I was pleased to see that this film is so different from its prequel. In Vol. 1, the Bride slices and dices scores of foes in several graphic fight scenes. This time, she deftly stalks her prey and allows for a little more mystery. The film is full of back story and dialogue and tense scenes where there is not very much violence.

Director and writer Quentin Tarantino pulls no punches though and the film remains graphic in nature and full of witty dark humour. Nothing is predictable either as the more than 2 hours pass.


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