well, i guess he caught us off guard with that shit. that’s why I like Kill Bill because it’s so much more than the above. And I don’t know if you liked the movie, but even you if you didn’t came in and watched it for the kung fu/fighting elements, you can still get a blast out of it. It has all these elements from all these movies. gr8. [/quote]
Oh, I love the movie, and am very gung ho about it. Its just that I prefer the Samurai stuff at the end to the more “traditional” exploitation/grindhouse stuff at the begining.
[quote]the bride - Nikky (or nikkia or something) - that was pretty ackward yeah. but especially for the bride who suddnely sees this child. QT adds a little samurai/revenge code here, when the bride tells the girl that she’ll be waiting if revenge is what she seeks. luckily she didn’t get even, even steven. because that would mean that she would kill the kid and the father: that would’ve been ackward.
Yeah, it was going to be awkward and was going to alienate viewers no matter what, but I still felt the dialogue just sounded…for lack of a better word…“wierd” coming out of Uma Thurman’s mouth in English. After all of the vernacular used up to that point, so a proper, thought out comment just was odd and kinda out of place.