Revenge is never a straight line. It’s a forest, And like a forest it’s easy to lose your way… To get lost… To forget where you came in – Hattori Hanzo
Four years after the attack by Deadly Viper Assassination Squad on her wedding which left her husband and her unborn child dead, the former assassin called The Bride (Uma Thurman) wakes up from coma and begins a journey around the world to kill Bill, the head of Deadly Viper Assassination Squad to avenge the deaths of her loved ones.
Uma Thurman is awesome ! In my opinion The Bride is the greatest female characters in cinema along with Hermione Granger. She just embodies all energy around her. Uma Thurman really deserved an Academy nomination for her role. She could have been nominated instead of Diane Keaton, but she still wouldn’t have won anyway (Charlize Theron in Monster), so never mind.
Kill Bill is a revenge flick which is the ultimate definition of style. The killings, the mannerisms, the dialogues ! And the camera just captures it all. This is undoubtedly Tarantino’s most fast paced flick. It is just one entertaining scenario that leads to another entertaining scenario and so on. Many may say what is the difference between Kill Bill and the mindless action movies. Both the movies do have the protagonist take on a hundred others. See, the thing with Kill Bill is that we know The Bride’s gonna win, but we want to see how. The entertaining spectacle of gruesome violence is immersed with unforgettable dialogues. And the music is superb. And that anime sequence ! Thar scene in the anime sequence where O Ren Ishii assassinates a premier is a direct reference to Marvin’s death in Pulp Fiction.
Kill Bill – Volume 1 is a fast paced, entertaining, visual spectacle with a nerve-wracking performance by Uma Thurman and does leave you wanting for the second volume.
Rating : 9.4 / 10
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