The review wasnt bad. It didnt spoil too much. That I like.
I think before reading the script, the reviewers should tell themselves one thing:
"30 years of Exploitation films in one movie"
Say that to yourselves over and over and over. Think about what it means, put your mind into it, and then when your ready, consume the script. Slowly.
The dialogue: Ive seen several of the lines of dialogue. I know from reading them that Quentin has been very influenced by the dialogue style of Exploitation films. We will get Grindhouse film-type dialogue mixed with QTs dialogue style. That means sharp bursts of over the top language mixed with contemplative “Jules Winfield” style prose. To me, that is fuckin beautiful. Im happy as a pig in shit for that. So QT will in effect be paying homage to those cheaply made pulp fiction type films while still being true to his own style.
The plot of the film: Its a non linear Exploitation film epic. Revenge, blood, gore, over the top behavior. This gives QT the right to be crazy and to create strange twists within the story. This should be accepted without question. QT knows what hes doing.
Lack of dialogue: Kill Bill will be highly visual, no doubt about it. So, for all the lack of dialogue that Spongebob spoke of, there might be beautiful visual work that QT does with the camera. Dont forget that aspect of it.
I think Kill Bill is a natural evolution for QT. Hes primarily a crime film director. Of course he has created another dimension to his crime films, thats why we love him. So the Revenge film is a perfect genre for him to tackle. He knows what makes revenge films work. He knows that most revenge films dont push the buttons they should push. He will add so much more to the genre than we’ve ever seen. Im crazed with anticipation over this one.
I havent even read the script. But from what Ive read and heard, this film will be another masterpiece from QT. I love everything about it. I cannot wait to see it come to life on the big screen. I hope it kicks everyones ass for a long time in the film world.