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Favorite Kill Bill Quote(s)


#41

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What I found interesting is the critics, mainstream viewers, and even some Tarantino fans were saying that Tarantino’s humorous dialouge was missing from Vol.1, however there is plenty of quotable dialouge. Most of it is in Japanese, but it’s there. I think a lot of those critics/mainstream viewers were expecting “Reservoir Dogs”, “Pulp Fiction” dialouge and if it didn’t meet those expectations then they were disappointed. In my opinion dialouge should fit the theme and concept of the film. Since Kill Bill deals with many film genres, the dialouge is reflective of that.ÂÂ
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I agree, the dialogue in Volume 1 was excellent, I loved it. However, the dialogue in Volume 2 was not up to scratch, puts on Bill’s voice don’t you agree Miss. Driver? Sorry I mean Blaze Alpha?


#42

[quote=“Ify”]I agree, the dialogue in Volume 1 was excellent, I loved it. However, the dialogue in Volume 2 was not up to scratch, puts on Bill’s voice don’t you agree Miss. Driver? Sorry I mean Blaze Alpha?
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I thought the dialogue in Vol.2 was solid and reflective of the spaghetti western genre. Go back and watch a film like “Once Upon A Time In The West” and you’ll see what I mean. All the dialouge was slow and methodical, taking it’s time to reach whatever point that needed to be made. The “Massacre at Two Pines” chapter is the best example of Serigo Leone stylized dialouge. People’s attention spans aren’t very good these days so slow paced dialouge is viewed as a negative. Once again it’s all about the dialouge fitting the theme and concept of the film.


#43

[quote=“BlazeAlpha”]
[quote=“Ify”]I agree, the dialogue in Volume 1 was excellent, I loved it. However, the dialogue in Volume 2 was not up to scratch, puts on Bill’s voice don’t you agree Miss. Driver? Sorry I mean Blaze Alpha?
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I thought the dialogue in Vol.2 was solid and reflective of the spaghetti western genre. Go back and watch a film like “Once Upon A Time In The West” and you’ll see what I mean. All the dialouge was slow and methodical, taking it’s time to reach whatever point that needed to be made. The “Massacre at Two Pines” chapter is the best example of Serigo Leone stylized dialouge. People’s attention spans aren’t very good these days so slow paced dialouge is viewed as a negative. Once again it’s all about the dialouge fitting the theme and concept of the film.
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Dude, the pace of the dialogue didn't bother me one bit. It was what they were talking about that did. The things they said wasn't that interesting at all. On the whole it wasn't very witty or funny, and didn't contain any other Tarantino attributes which we have come to love. The dialogue in Once Upon A Time In The West and The Good, The Bad And The Ugly was excellent. It was way better than that of volume 2. Off course there were moments of majic with the dialogue in Vol. 2 but, for the most part, it was pretty borring. The dialogue in those spaghetti westerns are very intersting and not at all borring. The films were very cleverly written and that is one of the things that made Leone's characters so larger than life and so brilliant to watch and listen to.

How was The Massacre At Two Pines chapter reminisent (sp) of Leone's dialogue? I don't think it was at all. As I said before, Leone's dialogue is excellent, and very entertaining...

Man With No Name: You see, in this world there's two kinds of people, my friend: Those with loaded guns and those who dig. You dig.

Tuco: I like big fat men like you. When they fall they make more noise.

One Armed Man: I've been looking for you for 8 months. Whenever I should have had a gun in my right hand, I thought of you. Now I find you in exactly the position that suits me. I had lots of time to learn to shoot with my left.
[Tuco kills him with the gun he has hidden in the foam]
Tuco: When you have to shoot, shoot, don't talk.

[Tuco is protesting his innocence]
Tuco: I'm innocent! I'm just a simple farmer!
Sheriff: (shows Tuco the wanted poster)Come here, you! Just a simple farmer, eh? Who is this?
Tuco: Me?
Sheriff: Yeah, you.
Tuco: Who says so? You can't even read!(sheriff rolls up the poster) Go ahead, roll it up! I'll give a good idea where to put it!

Morton: Not bad. Congratulations. Tell me, was it necessary that you kill all of them? I only told you to scare them.
Frank: People scare better when they're dying.

Frank: How can you trust a man who wears both a belt and suspenders? The man can't even trust his own pants.

Harmonica: I saw three of these dusters a short time ago, they were waiting for a train. Inside the dusters, there were three men.
Cheyenne: So?
Harmonica: Inside the men, there were three bullets.

I could go on and on, but I won't. Have I proved my point yet?

#44

[quote=“Ify”]Dude, the pace of the dialogue didn’t bother me one bit. It was what they were talking about that did. The things they said wasn’t that interesting at all. On the whole it wasn’t very witty or funny, and didn’t contain any other Tarantino attributes which we have come to love.[/quote]

I disagree completely. There was plenty of witty and funny dialogue in Vol.2. Here’s a few examples.



BUDD: You tryin to tell me she cut her way through eighty-eight bodyguards before she got to O-Ren?



BILL: No. There wasn’t really eighty eight of them, they just called themselves The Crazy 88.



BUDD: Why?



BILL: I dunno, I guess they thought it sounded cool.



OR



BILL: I know this is a ridiculous question before I ask, but have you by any chance kept up with your swordplay?



BUDD: Hell, I pawned that years ago.



BILL: You pawned a Hattori Hanzo sword? It was priceless.



BUDD: Not in El Paso it ain’t. In El Pso I got me 250 Dollars for it.



There’s more but I don’t feel like writing a novel.

[quote]The dialogue in Once Upon A Time In The West and The Good, The Bad And The Ugly was excellent. It was way better than that of volume 2. Off course there were moments of majic with the dialogue in Vol. 2 but, for the most part, it was pretty borring.[/quote]

I’m not saying the dialogue in “Once Upon A Time In The West” or “The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly” wasn’t good because it was, however the dialogue in those films weren’t completely void of boring spots. Let’s be fair here. What’s considered boring to one person is interesting to the next. That’s the way the world works. It’s all in what sparks that person’s interest. For example, in the film “Reservoir Dogs” I’m sure there were people who enjoyed the dialogue in the opening scene that dealt with topics like Tipping, and a man’s perceptive of Madonna’s “Like A Virgin” song. Other people thought the dialogue was boring and of no interest. Does that mean the dialogue is no good? Not at all, it just means people have different interests. ÂÂ


[quote]The dialogue in those spaghetti westerns are very intersting and not at all borring. The films were very cleverly written and that is one of the things that made Leone’s characters so larger than life and so brilliant to watch and listen to.[/quote]

Once again I agree that the dialogue was good in Leone’s spaghetti westerns. I was NEVER arguing that point. All I was saying was Tarantino captured the pace and mood of Leone’s dialogue. The topics weren’t the same but the pace and mood was. Perhaps I should’ve been more clear and detailed about what I mean’t in my previous post.

[quote]How was The Massacre At Two Pines chapter reminisent (sp) of Leone’s dialogue? I don’t think it was at all. As I said before, Leone’s dialogue is excellent, and very entertaining…[/quote]

I’m talking about pace and mood. That’s what Tarantino reflected. Like I said before what’s entertaining to one person is boring to the next. It’s all a matter of interests.


#45

Right, so it all boils down to interest. So in my opinion the dialogue in Volume 2 was no where near the standard of RD, PF, JB or Vol.1 atleast not for the most part. It was very average, and didn’t make me end up wanting to hear more of it, whilst the total opposite can be said with the other 4 1/2 films I previously mentioned. However, the movie itself FUCKIN ROCKED!!


#46

“Yep, ain’t nobody a badass with a double-dose of rock salt dug deep in their tits.” - Budd


#47

Bill: You hocked a Hatori Handzo sword?

Budd: Yep.

Bill: It was priceless!

Budd: (Laughing) He he, not in El Paso, it ain’t. In El Paso it got me 250$ for it.



That’s the conversion I repeated again and again, not because it’s my favourite, just because I like Madsen and his acting.

Also



Larry: That hat… that fucking hat… that fucking hat…

Budd: Many customers have hats.

Larry: I’m the boss of the customers. I’m the boss of you. And I want you to leave that shit kicker hat at home!



And



Kiddo: Elle?

Elle: Bea?



Now that sounded cool. And I could continue like this…


#48

“Wakey, Wakey, Eggs And Bakey”- Budd



It’s not my favorite, but that quote really cracked me up ;D


#49

best line in Volume 2



Bitch, you don’t have a future


#50

Beatrix: I never thought you could, or would do that to me!



Bill: Well I’m sorry Kiddo but you thought wrong.



(she plants her sword in the ground)



Beatrix: You and I have unfinished buisness



Bill: Baby you aint kiddin.


#51

Elle: AAAAAAAAAAH YOU FUCKING BITCH WHERE ARE YOU AAAAAAAAAAH FUCK AAAAAHHAAAAAAAAAAAA







damn i should go to sleep the sun is coming up



sweet dreams


#52

“Silly Rabbit… Trix Are For Kids”



“When fortune smiles on something as violent and ugly as revenge, it seems proof like no other that not only does God exist, you’re doing his will.”



“Do you find me sadistic? You know, I bet I could fry an egg on your head right now, if I wanted to. You know, Kiddo, I’d like to believe that you’re aware enough even now to know that there’s nothing sadistic in my actions. Well, maybe towards those other… jokers, but not you. No Kiddo, at this moment, this is me at my most… masochistic.”



"For those regarded as warriors… When engaged in combat, the vanquishing of thine enemy can be the warrior’s only concen. Suppress all human emotion and compassion. Kill whoever stands in thy way, even if that be Lord God, or Buddha himself. This truth lies at the heart of the art of combat."



Boss Ozawah: Bastard!

Boss Tanaka: Fuck face!



“This tall drink of cocksucker ain’t dead.”


#53

Bill: i may have… Overeacted



For me, that’s MY most favorite quote. All this because he “OVEREACTED?!?” It was absolutely PRICELESS!



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#54

"This is me at my most…Masacistic


#55

“do you want to screw me?” - Gogo Yubari



and everything Bill sais in the opening scene of Vol.1


#56

My favorite quote…



"That’s what you get for fucking around with the yakuza! Now go home to your mother!"



I couldn’t stop laughing in th movie theatre, lucky me and my friends were the only people in the theatre, cause it would prove irritating for other people I would imagine.


#57

[color=Purple]After seeing Kill Bill Vol 1 and 2 for the midnight movie awhile back. I say “good gravy marie” and “wakey wakey, eggs and bakey” i cant NOT say those two quotes. people are quite annoyed with me. i love it!


#58

please, no double negatives


#59

Beatrix: "I want you to tell him all the information you just told me, I want him to know what I know, I want him to know I want him to know, and I want them all to know, they ll zoon be as dead as O-ren!"



Bill: “I last thing…does she know, her doughter is still alive?”


#60

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Bill: “1 last thing…does she know, her daughter is still alive?”
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That line was such a brilliant way to end KB1, there are so few ‘twists’ in movie’s that actually make sense or are unexpected in films these days, but that was brilliant.



I love the argument between Hanzo and the bald guy too,about who should get the Saki, that bits hilarious 8)