kill bill
director: quentin tarantino
The brilliant directorial debuts of Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction seem to have taken everything out of Quentin Tarantino as his latest effort sprays blood and campy, over- acted scenes more than the bodily fluids and amateurish thespian efforts of a Ron Jeremy film. This is not so much homage to martial arts films of the seventies as it is to chop sockey chick fights and samurai swordsmanship--slicing and dicing when it should have been writing and re-writing.
reviewed by: nate |  October 2003 [link] |  recommend 1 thumbs up

kill bill 2
director: quentin tarantino
Technically not in part two, but just try and stop me: Daryl Hanna as an assassin/nurse wearing an eyepatch which has a little Red Cross symbol on it is the most wonderful thing ever. I personally think that Quentin Tarantino is a self-absorbed, cokehead maniac; but, and that said, he cannot make a movie which is not great.
reviewed by: tim |  April 2004 [link] |  recommend 8 thumbs up

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