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Old 10-13-2003, 06:41 PM   #16
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Is it a "must see on the big screen" type of movie?
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Old 10-13-2003, 06:42 PM   #17
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I'm not sure if I'd ever have enough guts to call a Tarantino movie a 'crap film'.

PS - Dont believe everything you hear
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bullshit propoganda....


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Old 10-13-2003, 07:51 PM   #18
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On another note, I want the soundtrack BADLY!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 10-13-2003, 08:52 PM   #19
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To tell the truth I was not all that impressed with Jackie Brown .....
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Someone at work told me something that happens in the movie. I was not pleased to hear this before seeing it.

I have got to go sometime this week.
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best movie i've seen this year.

can't wait for Volume 2!
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Old 10-14-2003, 01:49 AM   #22
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LOVED IT!!!! I will see it again with friends, because it was so much fun. The violence was ample, but most of it was done in a humorous way as to make it more entertaining. Uma was cool in her character. She's a bader ass than Jackie Brown and Jules combined.

Disappointment: David Carradine wasn't in the film. You hear his voice, but no scenes featuring Mr. Cain. I guess he appears in the second volume
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glad this is getting good reviews. can't wait to see it.
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I saw it again a tremendous movie!
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there is more blood in this movie than, say, saving private ryan... but the blood and gore in saving private ryan looked like it could be real. the blood and gore in kill bill was very cartoonish, video gameish... if you can play some of the more violent video games, like the grand theft auto series for example, then you shouldn't have a problem with kill bill. there will be some squeemish scenes, but nothing that'll test your gag reflexes like the d-day scene in saving private ryan did.
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Old 10-16-2003, 08:47 PM   #26
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Saw it, liked it.

The fight between Uma and Vivica Fox RAWKED!

oops, I mean
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Is it a "must see on the big screen" type of movie?
I'd say 'yes'. It's bright and loud, works very well on the big screen. Unless you have a kick ass huge plasma tv and a $20K sound system, I'd see it on the big screen.

The anime part was great. I agree the film was a homage to anime, and especially after the anime part you noticed how much of it was filmed in the same style anime 'looks'. (I'm not a film student, hope you know what I mean). I guess I mean it looks like live action anime.

THE SOUNDTRACK IS GREAT.

I would have been happy to sit through another 90minutes or so, maybe with a quick break. It's a shame the next one is so far away.
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Tarantino is in Australia at the moment and I listened to him talk about this movie on the radio...wish I could recall the way he described it, I know I thought "cool"/ at the time.....a kind of mish- mash of all the samuri and spaghetti western movies he saw and loved as a kid and a homage to powerful women. He used some very funny phrases. I listened to it on the car radio and didn't give it full attention.

Someone said to me just a few days ago I MUST watch "Jackie Brown" because

THE SOUNDTRACK IS GREAT.

OK then....
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I remembered his comparison.........in case you are wondering

he likened the movie to putting all his memories of going to B-grade cinemas, into a goose press and out came this movie...the foie gras......

ewwwwwwwwww

he sounds like a very excitable boy
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might see it

might not

i'm broke as usual
Even then, I doubt singaporean censors will let you see it in its entirety.

Anyway, I just saw this film and much to my horror, enjoyed it : P . I am not fond of gore, either, but it was so hammed up, which made it humorous. My reaction to the film was mostly a primal one, like "I'm so glad I still have my limbs with me".


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