Buy, Rent or Skip Kill Bill Volume 1?

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Re: Kill Bill: Volume 1 (2003)
« on: December 13, 2012, 08:43:49 pm »
Well QT basically set it up what KB3 would be when Beatrix (The Bride) is addressing the kid, Nikki (Ambrosia Kelley). That one day she will seek her out to avenge the killing of her mother Vernita Green. This is a great set up for what Volume 3 would be. The reason why Tarantino wanted to wait 10 years is because he wanted the actress that played Nikki to reprise her role. I thought that was an awesome choice and decision on the part of Tarantino. What other filmmaker out there would have the patience and the balls to delay a movie that long for artistic choices, rather than cashing in on how hot Kill Bill was at the time? Not many....actually, no one else has the balls to do something like that. That's why I was pumped for KB3. I wanted to see his artistic vision fulfilled. Saying KB3 is nothing more than Indy 4 isn't fair. Lucas, Spielberg and Ford were cashing in the paycheck. KB3 is seeing a vision that Tarantino thought of 10 years ago coming to its natural conclusion.
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