StorylineThe murderous Bride is back and she is still continuing her vengeance quest against her ex-boss, Bill, and taking aim at Bill's younger brother Budd and Elle Driver, the only survivors from the squad of assassins who betrayed her four years earlier. It's all leading up to the ultimate confrontation with Bill, the Bride's former master and the man who ordered her execution!
All I have to say is WOW, what a big let down. After loving the first Kill Bill, i went into this with high hopes. Knowing it couldn't have been better that Vol. 1, i wasn't expecting the best. But i had no idea it could be this bad. The film, although not exactly horrible, is by far the worst Tarantino movie i have ever seen. The dialogue, pacing, and acting all work together to solidify this movie has one of the biggest letdowns in film history (far behind the matrix revolutions, of course). This movie seems like pure self-indulgence on Quentin Tarantino's part. He draws out scenes to the point where you want to shot yourself. Now, i'm not saying it is horrible, i really enjoyed about 10 to 20 percent of it. But the rest is horribly written crap. None of the characters can get a whole sentence out before they pause 4 or 5 times to let the audience catch up to the previous three words they just said. Don't even get me started on the overrated David Carradine. I don't know how anybody thought he was good in this film. Maybe good for David Carradine, but not good for any other legitimate actor. Uma did ok, but her line delivery wasn't anything to cheer about. Michael Madsen was tolerable as was Darryl Hannah, until Quentin decided to have her spat out that crap about the black mamba. I think Quentin thinks that if he draws out a scene 5 minutes longer than it is supposed to be with a monologue about snakes or comic books he is supposed to be considered brilliant. Surprisingly that is what everyone is saying, but i found it be the opposite. Alright, i am done ranting about this film. Go see it if you haven't yet and please take note of what i am saying. Oh and the cinematography and camera angles are good, as is the music. There is the 10 to 20%