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Was Kill Bill a good movie?

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Kill Bill is one entire movie to me- they made him split it up but it was going to be one long epic movie..

and you who think it sucked are idiots

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He wasn't in that movie tho :(

yes he was- he was the piano player in the church

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they are two seperate movies dealwitit

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I like Kill Bill a lot, but I love Kill Bill 2. I'm not ashamed to admit I had tears in my eyes as the credits were rolling the first time I saw it in theaters. It was just so perfect. Ghey, I know.

I hope QT puts the chapters in order someday, like he has teased before. That would be epic.

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I thought it was entertaining but it wasnt one of my favs from Tarantino story wise. I did like the character gogo yubari she was crazy and the actress that plays her was in battle royale.

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great movie

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why is this a question

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I wish QT would have directed True Romance. He had originally written it to have a staggered timeline like Pulp Fiction. It was still an awesome movie though.

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Tarentino is in an unusual spot. There doesn't seem to be pressure on him to top his last work and yet he doesn't do huge commercial films financially. Django and Basterds did well of course, not off the charts.

So he has this strange house money in Hollywood. Really it seems his biggest obstacle is himself.

As an aspiring screenwriter, Pulp was awesome and depressing for me because I go there is no way I could dream of writing like that. But once I realized I just need to write the way I know and like I got a clearer outlook.

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yeah it was decent........

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Tarentino is in an unusual spot. There doesn't seem to be pressure on him to top his last work and yet he doesn't do huge commercial films financially. Django and Basterds did well of course, not off the charts.

So he has this strange house money in Hollywood. Really it seems his biggest obstacle is himself.

As an aspiring screenwriter, Pulp was awesome and depressing for me because I go there is no way I could dream of writing like that. But once I realized I just need to write the way I know and like I got a clearer outlook.

He’s one of the few filmmakers that’s able to strike a balance between commercial and critical success so basically he gets to call his own shots and to think he never went to film school.

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