Kill Bill: Vol. 2 User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.50

Current Rating: 4.50

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  • it was the most lamest movie ever if you pay to watch this movie you wouldn`t be thrilled you would be sitting their griming on every scene
  • Is it me or is the story really lame ? I don`t know why ppl are so thrilled by these two films. These type of stories can be found in many old movies all around the world. Is there some hidden meaning that i don`t get. Weird
  • awesome .
  • just as good as the first. very well done
  • The first one was better than the second(to me) but it I still liked the action sequences in this movie. Taratino is an amazing diretor.
  • How stupid can people be ... THIS MOVIE is a complete waste of time and $$$$$ .. not even worth DOWNLOADING. Group of killers betrayed one of the member, wakes up .. start killing, kill some more, flash back, kill some more. FINISH IT HAS NOT inner meaning or whatever, just a lot of blood splashing and eye poking. Hell man I rather watch pokemon twice than this crap
  • So bad it hurts!
  • GARBAGE! I don`t understand why people like it. It`s stupid!
  • SOOO! BAD!!!
  • This movie was crap. Has anyone else noticed that a lot of the same things keep showing up in his works? A little plot, a lot of pointless, unrealistic violence, and always burying someone alive (a.k.a. season finale of C.S.I. directed by Tarantino). The characters were shallow...don`t get me wrong, the acting by Uma Thurman was great considering what she had to work with. All in all, a waste of time.

Kill Bill: Vol. 2

Genre:  Action/Adventure , Comedy , Thriller | Running Time:  136 min.
Release date:  April 16, 2004 | On DVD/VOD:  August 10, 2004

Current rating: Rating: 4.50
based on 86116 votes and 152 reviews
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Cast: Uma Thurman, David Carradine, Gordon Liu, Daryl Hannah, Michael Madsen, Michael Parks, Bo Svenson