Kill Bill: Vol. 2

Kill Bill: Vol. 2

  • Director: Quentin Tarantino
  • Writer: Quentin Tarantino,Uma Thurman
  • Countries of origin: United States
  • Language: English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Spanish
  • Release date: April 16, 2004
  • Runtime: 2h 17min
  • Sound mix: DTS, Dolby Digital, SDDS
  • Aspect ratio: 2.39 : 1
  • Also known as: Kill Bill Part 2
  • "Kill Bill Vol.12" is the sequel of "Kill Bill Vol.1", directed by Quentin Tarantino and starring Uma Thurman , David Carradine , and Christine.Hannah .
    The film then tells about the revenge of the "Black Mamba". The "Black Mamba" was bombarded by Bud with a shotgun and buried alive. She used the skills taught by the white eyebrows to escape. Finally, the "Black Mamba" used " "Five Steps Through the Palm" ended Bill's life, and the film was released in 2004. 

    Details

    • Release date April 16, 2004
    • Filming locations Beijing, China
    • Production companies Miramax, A Band Apart, Super Cool ManChu

    Box office

    Budget

    $30,000,000 (estimated)

    Gross US & Canada

    $66,208,183

    Opening weekend US & Canada

    $25,600,000

    Gross worldwide

    $154,118,820

    Movie reviews

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    • By Kennedy 2022-04-24 07:01:02

      under the mask

      This winter vacation, I'm going to summarize Quentin's films, for no other reason. His films are relatively few, with a fixed style, making them easier to watch and summarize.

      I watched two Kill Bill films in the past few days. The first feeling was that Quentin's storytelling ability was so strong that an old-fashioned revenge story could actually be shot. . .

      The movie is divided into 10 chapters to narrate, each chapter is an independent scene, but there is a connection...

    • By Andreanne 2022-04-24 07:01:02

      Slightly more plot bugs

      The second part of this movie is half an hour longer than the first part. Obviously, Quentin wants to talk more. the fight, and the story has to be rounded up. The ending is still unexpected and reasonable, as expected, jealousy can make people lose their minds. However, there are too many bugs in the second part. There is nothing wrong with being hit by a gun, and the buried coffin can be hammered open. The heroine is simply a white lotus, and Shi Lezhi is pregnant. The Asian female killer...

    • By Bartholome 2022-04-24 07:01:02

      Kill Bill - Violent Crime or Violent Aesthetics

      "Kill Bill" is filled with a lot of violent and bloody killing scenes. One example can probably illustrate this point. The special effects artist of the film once mentioned that in the production process of the film, a total of 450 gallons of fake Blood, that is, if a bottle of water is calculated as 500 ml, it can hold more than 3,000 bottles in total. However, the violence shown in "Kill Bill" can bring us another experience, weaken our rejection of violence, or even make...

    • By Alexa 2022-04-24 07:01:02

      Quentin has only one

      The Quentin element is obvious and abounds in his work.

      Violence, gore, blonde women, men in suits, foot fetish, gangsters, westerns, violence against violence, oriental culture, in-person cameos. The script to tease the audience, the cleverly designed sets, the forceful performance of the actors, and the emotional background music. There are also funny wearing scenes.

      It may seem that being Quentin Tarantino is not difficult, but there is only one Quentin Tarantino in the...

    • By Bailee 2022-04-23 07:01:10

      Art in Action Movies

      Compared with the first one, the second part has less fighting scenes, and the plot is also slightly delayed. It focuses more on the cause and effect of the plot and the emotional development between the heroine and Bill.

      The introduction of Chinese elements in the film, especially the Cantonese of Bai Mei, made my image very deep haha, Quentin can be said to be very down-to-earth.

      Most of the film is about dialogues between characters, depicting the personalities of the...

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    • By Jaida 2022-11-15 12:38:40

      It suddenly turned into a love movie. It's not scientific! In the episode of Daoist White Eyebrows, I made up for the strange main theme plot of the eccentric teacher and the stubborn American disciple forging a long-lasting friendship between China and the United States. The level of action scenes has dropped significantly, and only the eye-picking can be considered shocking. The biggest laughing point in the whole film is when Bill struggles to say "five thunders" in...

    • By Bernhard 2022-11-08 02:45:07

      The second part is really not as good as the first one, I don't know if the third part will be shot or not, I hope you can give me a...

    • By Adeline 2022-10-16 20:22:07

      Violence against women, very violent. Seeing that in the end, I found the same reason for women as there are no thieves in the world. As Bill said, this was a radical action, but it was a misunderstanding because there was no communication and understanding. I don't understand why Quito can walk around with a samurai sword on his back and get on a...

    • By Amiya 2022-10-07 17:31:19

      2012 12 14 Film Archive with Stani - FI/CO It's so ridiculous. . . . This is a diaosi in a business cult.

    • By Christine 2022-09-15 17:44:35

      A movie that needs a second. Finally got an explanation, but I have to say, it's not as good as the first...

    Movie plot

    The story continues with the opening of the previous episode. After "Black Snake" ( played by Uma Thurman) defeated "Waterbellied Snake" ( played by Liu Yuling ) in the snow , she then moved to Austin, Texas, her next The target is "Rattlesnake", Bill's personal guard Bud (Michael Madsen) . Bud has washed his hands and quit the killer. He has become an unemployed vagrant, living in an active trailer. "Black Snake" followed him for a...
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    Movie casting

    Michael Parks , who plays the boss of the brothel in the film , is also an actor that Tarantino has been favored for many years. Parks' performance in the 70s TV series "Then Came Bronson" attracted Tarantino's attention. Warren Beatty was the candidate to play Bill, and Tarantino later chose Carradine.
    Yuan Heping was the first candidate to play Baimei, but he was not suitable for the action of the role, so Tarantino decided to play...
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    Filming process

    Tarantino hired the famous music producer RZA to compose the film. RZA used to play the soundtrack in the first "Kill Bill". In addition, Tarantino's friend Robert Rodriguez also created music for the Mexican scene in the film. The three production designers of the film are from China, the United States, and Japan, and the costume designer and prop designer are also from China and the United States.
    Lawrence Bender, Quentin Tarantino...
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    Evaluation action

    As the second part of the film, "Kill Bill 2" did not continue the exciting and swift style of the previous work, but turned to the Hollywood golden age of drama mode, focusing on rhythm and dialogue, and fully expounding the theme of "killing is love". (Sina Entertainment Review) 
    According to Quentin’s thinking, the first part asks questions and the second part gives the answers. Therefore, in "Kill Bill 2", the dialogue between the...
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    Movie quotes

    • The Bride: [Describing her pregnancy to Bill] Before that strip turned blue, I was a woman. I was your woman. I was a killer who killed for you. Before that strip turned blue, I would have jumped a motorcycle onto a speeding train... for you. But once that strip turned blue, I could no longer do any of those things. Not anymore. Because I was going to be a mother. Can you understand that?

      Bill: Yes. But why didn't you tell me then instead of now?

      The Bride: Because once I would have told you, you'd claim her, and I didn't want that.

      Bill: Not your decision to make.

      The Bride: Yes, but it was the right decision and I made it for my daughter. She deserved to be born with a clean slate. But with you, she would have been born in a world she shouldn't have. I had to choose... I chose her.

    • Bill: [the Bride lunges for Bill's sword, Bill draws a gun and shoots, barely missing her] Now if you don't settle down, I'm gonna have to put one in your kneecap. And I hear tell that's a very painful place to get shot in.

      [he suddenly fires again, hitting a fruit bowl and splattering the Bride, making her jump]

      Bill: Ha ha ha! I'm just fucking with you.

    • Esteban Vihaio: Bill shot you in the head, no?

      The Bride: Yes.

      Esteban Vihaio: I would've been much nicer. I would've just cut your face.