Kill Bill, good or bad?
Janus1 last edited by
Ok, so Jeromofoot, what were the things you thought could have been done better?
Jermofoot last edited by
Definitely one movie, not two. Chalk that one up to: greed? overambition? trying to do too much at once? The style/feeling of the movies are different as well; not necessarily a bad thing, but the second segment felt rushed or unpolished and a major letdown.
Enough with the cheese as far as dialogue goes. This is one of my Tarantino peeves - his dialogue is nauseating, or at least has been developing that way.
I think the major flaw was that it was a parody of low-budget kung-fu flicks on a high-budget. Maybe not that reason exactly, but something about it just didn’t “feel” right. A wolf in sheep’s clothing, so to speak. It’s so hard to pinpoint this, but his emulation of those bad-but-good films just doesn’t amount to a good movie, and I can’t explain why. A bastardization of some sort…
The story and premise was laughable - even for a parody - and the ending was disappointing. I apparently went to the bathroom at the exact time she used the Five Point Exploding Heart technique (or whatever it was called) and felt like I missed nothing.
Now, knowing Tarantino, there was probably lots of little things that I missed. I’m sure they’re fun and interesting, but I don’t think it would change my opinion about the movie.
So, there’s more I’d add to my critique, but let me note some things I did like. Music is always a good selection from QT. I liked the animÃ sequence - from the first movie, I think. I enjoyed the choreography of the fights from the first movie, but the second was all dirt & grit (more realistic?) and was a harsh contrast to the first - more on it’s lack of continuity.
Plenty to get this thread rolling. On a side note, I recommend Lady Snowblood, the main inspiration for this movie. There’s comedic value, but it’s not intended, and everything else is pure story and action. A true kung fu flick.
It’s also pretty crazy if you are under the right conditions…
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