Kill Bill Volume 2

A lot darker this time around, with much more psychological interplay between the characters; baddies fighting baddies, the bride taking us through the revelation of carrying a child, and of course, dealing with Bill.

I didn’t feel the second was as stylistically complete as the first, with the only striking effect being the grainy black and white scenes, compared with the first that had black and white, anime, silhouettes, the dojo etc.

The Uma school girl scene was a bit freaky.

Taken together, a very complete shlock film, I would have preferred the elements of the two films to have been shared around a bit better.

Seven out of ten.


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