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Kill Bill Vol.2 (The Morning After)

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pai mei made this whole movie great. FAT HEAD JAPS! sick action too. even if you havent seen the first, it doesnt matter, go see it now

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got back from seeing this not too long ago

Not at all what I expected, but thats what I loved about it. It had a proper ending, I thought.

Pai Mei was the highlight for real.

I was sorry that it wasnt longer.

The way that Bud died was fucked the hell up.

But the way that Elle got it was proper. Made up for Bud. Fucking bitch.

 

Yeah, it doesnt matter whether you saw the first or not. You'll still understand the second one. HOWEVER, this does not at all mean skip it. Volume 1 was definately necessary in making the second one great. The anime, the MUSIC, Sonny Chiba, the music, the crazy 88s. All necessary.

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Originally posted by Weapon X

What was that bottle Bill was drinking from?

 

I'm pretty sure it was a bottle of Sauza Tres Generations tequila.

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has anyone purchased the killbill volume 1 soundtrack?

 

i was wondering who is the black guy in the first trailer.

 

it fucking annoys me when they show clips in trailers when they got cut from the actual movie

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yeah man, the soundtracks for both movies are excellent, and if you havent seen the second movie yet, the black guy is samuel l jackson. i swear im not a movie nerd, its just that tarantino is god of movies.

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Re: hero

 

Originally posted by justaname

i have "hero" on dvd... fucking great movie if you are into those kung fu

 

I've seen it, just without subtitles or dubbing.

 

I couldn't tell you much about the plot, but the fact that I carried on watching without having a clue what was being said says a lot about the cinematography.

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