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Soma Holiday
10-10-04, 16:38
I know a lot of people here have said they love that movie. Why?

It couldv'e been considered a decent movie, but the whole 5 tons of blood shooting out of peoples heads and arms really creeped me out.

Anubis_AF
10-10-04, 17:17
LOL!
I watched the movie and I regreat it. I didn't understand a thing either.

Catlantean
10-10-04, 20:05
I think it's a great movie, possibly my fav movie ever. Surely, it's bloody as hell and that might freak some people out, but if you look beyond the blood and gore, look at all those great details and sceneries (the winter garden in which the Bride faces off against O-Ren comes to mind...that whole scene is a work of art!), the music which is absolutely great, the insane characters (again, might not be your cup of tea but I liked them crazy http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif ), you realize that Mr. Tarantino is a GENIUS. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/thumb.gif

Soma Holiday
10-10-04, 21:36
The story was cool, and alot of the fights were too, like the opening one, and the one with the little teenager.

I just thought the blodd was unrealistic, and I really hated the Anime sequence-would've been cool as a real shot.

croft28
10-10-04, 22:58
The blood was supposed to be unrealistic, that's exactly what the blood looks like in old school kung fu films and anime.
I thought the anime scenes were done really well also, i loved them.
Kill Bill 2 has less blood in it, so you might like that one better. But there is ALOT less action and ALOT more talking, but i didnt mind because the script and acting were juts PERFECT! http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

janny_c.
11-10-04, 00:48
What I love aout Kill Bill movies is that they have decent storylines, a bunch of good-made characters, and witty dialogue you just love hearing every time. Oh yea and blood and gore and killing.
When you start to watch it ,you just can't get your eyes of it, you always wonder what's going to happen next and just begin to admire it, and I always adored that in a movie.