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Old 06-03-2008, 07:46 PM   #826
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you've never seen seven? wtf. it's great.

and i agree, reservoir dogs is awesome. and i looooooooooove kill bill. volume one is better for all the gore, but both parts are great.
I know, never seen SEVEN, lame of me.
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Old 06-03-2008, 08:14 PM   #827
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you've never seen seven? wtf. it's great.

and i agree, reservoir dogs is awesome. and i looooooooooove kill bill. volume one is better for all the gore, but both parts are great.
Volume 1 is too excessive for me. It's the movie that Tarantino critics expect the guy to make. Volume 2 not only has the better emotional moments, but the Bill/Bride scenes are my favorite in both movies - The Superman monologue in particular is brilliant.
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Am I the only one who really liked the Kill Bill films? I'm not claiming that they are masterpieces, but I cannot pretend to not have enjoyed them.
You're not. I like both of them a lot. I've seen them both multiple times. Made by any other filmmaker, I doubt I would have.
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No, the end. The last scene. I think it's a terrible way to end it: as if all is well because they saluted him. That could have been done so many ways and I just didn't like how they chose to do it.
I agree, and the cheesetastic music doesn't really help.

Everything up to that, including Neal's suicide, was extremely well done though.
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I was really surprised by how much I liked both Kill Bill movies, excessive violence and all. I'd like to pick them up on DVD. (I'll get around to it someday - I don't buy many DVDs.)
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I know, never seen SEVEN, lame of me.
true, but since it's lame, it's to be expected

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Volume 1 is too excessive for me. It's the movie that Tarantino critics expect the guy to make. Volume 2 not only has the better emotional moments, but the Bill/Bride scenes are my favorite in both movies - The Superman monologue in particular is brilliant.
oh, and i love it. i love the black and white scene - although i know it wasn't intended to be that way. i just love that it had to be black and white to be approved.

i do agree about the superman monologue being great, though. it's funny though, i only own one volume. guess which one? volume two i had volume one, but breakups suck like that. so now he's only got half of the movie too. and i just never got around to buying volume one.
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I'm waiting to buy Kill Bill when its released as one movie with all of the extras, same with Grindhouse. Jackie Brown'll come when I get the $$$.
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I own Both Kill Bills. Got em for a low price somehow, forget why....
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Old 06-03-2008, 11:59 PM   #834
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I'm waiting to buy Kill Bill when its released as one movie with all of the extras, same with Grindhouse. Jackie Brown'll come when I get the $$$.
yes, it'd be nice to see it as it was originally intended. kill bill: the director's cut
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Target has the extended versions of Planet Terror and Death Proof on sale for $10 each this week. That's worth it, right? I kind of want both. PT is a hell of a lot of fun.
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I just saw a simply bizarre little doco called 'Without The King' - it is about the absolute monarch of Swaziland - a country absolutely devastated by AIDS. Basically the King is a bit clueless. His daughter who is studying in the States is even worse. There is not much more to it - just a kind of portrait thing - but it is quite fascinating.
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Monkeyskin, I love every movie you listed, and feel similarly, except.....

I've never seen 7.

This shocks me to the core, I think I need to go lie down for a while...
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This shocks me to the core, I think I need to go lie down for a while...
You have the best sig on the forum.
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you don't think the drum section is too much?
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Do you think the bass is taking away from the vocal?
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