'...I roared. And I rampaged. And I got bloody satisfaction. I've killed a hell of a lot of people to get to this point, but I have only one more....I am gonna kill Bill...' Volume 2 continues to fire all cylinders as the revenge continues; this multi-genre homage references spaghetti westerns, kung fu classics, film noir and hell even 'The Searchers' in its epic tale of payback. Carradine adds his swan song.
People usually ask which volume of Kill Bill you like more and I'm split. It's probably easier to watch volume 1 more, but I don't think I could ever imagine it without volume 2. The violence in volume 2 almost has a greater force behind it. We want our bride to get revenge.
Lot less action than the first one but it's the one where all pieces come together. Still playing lots of references with music and TV screenings, Tarantino maked Kill Bill a movie with so much depth layers in writing that I just wanted to give him a 5 for that. That explains the success - a movie capable of being so different to everyone who's watching. Brilliant.
The movie had a rough start and it took awhile for it to catch momentum. While some of the scenes were simply cheesy, others were more well developed. I feel that If there was more put into the film as far as character development goes, there would be a better result. Entertaining nonetheless.