Kill Bill Vol. 1 is like being awaken by the devil himself. It is a rush and a wild ride that takes us into the stories of revenge with deeper and bloodier repercussions.
Filled with characters who scream life to the screen, Vol 1. takes the tale of a bride left for dead by her jealous and murderous husband. She is now on a mission to get him but she must first battle out with his deadly crew of assassins. The results are unspeakably exciting and fascinating.
With Quentin Tarantino’s usual blend of amusing and inviting dialog, he takes an old genre and turns it into something from a world of never-ending danger. It is Tarantino’s pastiche style that allows his story to unfold beautifully without a single flaw that neither bothers nor bores.
The poppy music, the comical thuds and the bloody samurai swords all contribute to the film’s extraordinary greatness. Just take a look at the creative visual artistry of the anime sequence. You won’t believe such talent made a film like Kill Bill both gruesome and intimate.