Kill Bill, Volume 1 (2003)

Kill Bill, Vol. 1 (2003) (92) Tarantino steps into action filmmaking like he’s been at it for years. Kill Bill spotlights his fetish for violence, but also features moments of tenderness and beauty. Moreso than any of his previous projects, it’s a hodgepodge of cultural and cinematic influences. This mashup of genres likely scared away potential viewers, as I was one of about only three in attendance for an opening-night screening of Volume 1. When Miramax made the controversial decision to split Kill Bill in two, they saved the film financially. From a narrative standpoint, however, it was…  [continue reading in Vol. 2]

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