Monday, April 19, 2004


Jim Treacher's haiku-review of Kill Bill 2:

In a mobile home
Swordplay is problematic
But keep an eye out

I'd just like to say I liked Volume 2 a lot more than Volume 1. It clicked. It's not as hectic and fast-paced as the first one, but that's fine; we get lots of nice, juicy dialogue to savor, and rock-solid performances from every single member of the cast. The first movie didn't have good performances so much as it had good lines delivered confidently -- but this one is a damned masterpiece.

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