[quote]You are correct Bill. Yuen Woo-Ping made that bow-legged bastard halfway capable. The only problem is he didn’t make Carrie-Anne Moss do much with exception of that slow-mo crap kick (which was phat at the time). He definitly made ÃƒÅ Zhang Ziyi look capable in Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon but she is so fucking hot that I could care less if she can play with swords. Uma is not that hot or as small or (possibly) as athletic as Ziyi.
Just a speculation but do you think Yuen Woo-Ping ÃƒÅ and QT were fighting over Uma’s action sequences. It’s not at all that improbable… I really hope Uma is capable of pulling this shit off b/c 1.) just listening to QT and KB doubters give me a fucking headache and 2.) I am going to be pissed when I pay my 5.50 to 8.00 bones watching this movie every day for the rest of my life.
BTW if KB is going to look like bulletproof monk then please kill me right fucking now. I am going to see BM and like it but the trailers is making me nervous about that shit. I also think that Jason Biggs might have been X-ed from the movie b/c Seann William Scott is in BM. We don’t need 2 American Pie Ninjas. ÃƒÅ ;D [/quote]
QT is making Kill Bill for himself and hardcore Exploitation film geeks. KB is the film HE always wanted to see. Just like he made Dogs, Pulp, Jackie for himself, HE's the audience for his movies, not other faceless people he doesnt know. That means if each take is up to HIS standards as a film geek, they stay in the film, if not, say buh bye to that celluloid. QT is a kung fu film expert. He probably knows those movies shot for shot as well as the other information about them. So, in that context, he knows exactly what he wants from his actors when those fight scenes are being shot. Those rumors about QT and Woo Ping fighting were false. QT said it in Harrys Set Reports. Woo Ping was pissed that those rumors were given to the fans because they werent true.
What does Bulletproof Monk have to do with Kill Bill? QT is a fuckin movie guru madman, have no doubt, he WILL deliver some Lucio Fulci inspired gore mixed with OLD SCHOOL ( i.e. not the stuff we see in today's kung fu films by Jackie Chan and Jet Li or the wire fu of The Matrix) Shaw Brothers animal style kung fu/Japanese samurai action. Just make sure when you see Kill Bill, you bring a couple pairs of Depends for when you shit your pants.