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Kill Bill: Vol 2 (2004)
Movie Review by The Gravedigger

Kill Bill: Vol 2 (2004) This second half of the KILL BILL movie is not as engaging as the first half-and made me wish that Tarantino had just left this all together as one big five hour movie. But this aside, it is an extremely entertaining film.The whole wedding chappel scene is shown, before everyone is slain-and we get a good understanding of why Beatrix Kiddo (Uma Thurman) has decided to retire from her life as a hired assassin. Then, it picks up with her in the present, driving out to kill the Michael Madsen character, who is retired and living out in a trailer in El Paso, Texas. But she's caught off guard and he subdues her after shooting her in the chest with some rock salt. Then he buries her alive in a coffin. How does she get out of this? The movie then goes into one of its many flashback scenes, this time to when she was trained in kung fu by an ancient Chinese master. And this guy looks exactly like a character from one of those 70's Shaw Brothers movies, with the long white beard and immensely bushy eyebrows. It's hilarious.All the fight scenes that happen are intense, though not nearly as bloody as those in the first movie (especially when compared to the battle with the Crazy 88!). The fight with the one-eyed Elle (Darryl Hannah) ends on an ironic note. And the final confrontation with Bill (David Carradine really hamming it up) is unexpected, particularly when Beatrix finds out that he's been raising their four year old daughter, BB. Man, Carradine is getting old. The movie ends exactly how you think it will-and as a whole is a good way to pass two hours. The only gripe I have is that the whole 'mother' on a rampage thing is too stereotypical, especially with this philosophy (a distinctly American philosophy) that she'll do anything, even kill, to protect her child. All this in order to raise her in a world without violence. Doesn't this seem a bit contradictory? Anyone?
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