Kill Bill Vol. 1 and 2

From the director who made “Inglorious Bastards”, Quentin Tarantino, he directed two parts in one whole movie.

“Revenge is a dish best served cold” is for what they say, as Mr. Freeze in “Batman: the Animated Series”, on the episode “Heart of Ice” said that.

Starring Uma Thurman, she plays as a assassin who was a part of the Deadly Viper Assassination Squad. She gave up her her job, as she was pregnant. He and his love were getting married, when her boss and four members of the team, wiped out everything. They killed her husband and took her unborn child away.

After spending four years in a hospital, she declared revenge on them.

Vol. 1 is where it begins, as she goes to Tokyo, Japan and takes on a army of samurai’s as she killed one of the members. Then another one back in America. What I like about this, is how the flashback on one of the members was on drawing animation. Almost anime like. I guess Quentin was amazing in drawing in pre-animation class.

Vol. 2 is where she is on the last three members including their leader. When she was buried alive, a flashback shows how a martial arts master trains her as she needs to have the right moves. At a part when she needs to break the wood. And she did when she broke out, and dug all her way out until 8 ft of dirt. After a eye patched member let a poisonous snake killed one of the members, she did found out about this as she finally killed her by pulling her last eyeball out.

As she finally found her daughter and the man that he almost killed her, she finally had her revenge.

9/10 stars on this, as its got a great cast! Thank you Quentin Tarantino for this!!

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