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what a great film, so well done it was funny and serious at the same time
and pai mei's facial hair is the new best thing ever
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I went to see it with a few friends. While i enjoyed it my friends absolutly hated it. I think it was because they were looking for more of the same.
I must admit though there was parts of the film were I found myself wondering "whats the point of this?"
Saying that though i want to be Pai Mei when i grow up. Complete with facial hair.
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KillBill2 was much more like a Tarentino movie than the first one. Less violence and more exposition and a total change of pace.......v.good.
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It 0wnz incredibly hard. I loved vol.1, and vol.2 is at least as good. Pai Mei has to be the coolest guy every =^^_^_^= .
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Pai Mei has the best eyebrows around; I enjoyed kill bill 1 and 2. Tarentino knows what he is doing
The whole is most definitely greater than the sum of its parts. It's utter brilliance is staggering. It is an incredible tour de force through samurai, king fu, and western movie genres. If the five people in the world who were not convinced that Quentin Tarantino is not one of the greatest directors of our time with Pulp Fiction, then they most assuredly are with his fourth masterpiece.
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I loved it... Both films are simply amazing... I also talked to some people who were disapointed because they wanted the same kind of action as the first one but what would the point be of making two virtually identical films?
I think Kill Bill is one of the coolest double-films I've ever seen...
Both are remarkable, and, unlike most multi-part films (such as Lord of teh Rings) both films can stand on their own as both are very different and excellent in their own right.
Also, Pai Mei is my new god. Anyone who can make the Kung-Fu punching swishy noise while stroking his beard rules in my opinion. Also, he can stand on swords, without his weight making The Bride drop the sword, or at least for it to bend a bit :w
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