DVD of the Day: Kill Bill Vol. 1 (2003)

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For those of you following these posts… I’m doing a new format.  DVD of the Day will be more regular (as in, everyday, hopefully), but shorter.  They’ll be very brief reviews that essentially tell you:  Watch this today!

Movies Every Man Should Own will be hopefully about once a week and will be much more in-depth reviews.

Does THAT Suck will be done as often as possible.  These take time to produce/edit, and we’ll be done pretty much when I watch a shitty movie.

Hope you enjoy the new format:

 

The Movie:

Kill Bill Vol. 1

The People:

Quentin Tarantino wrote and directed it.

Uma Thurman, David Carradine, Darryl Hannah, Lucy Liu, Michael Madsen, Vivica A. Fox, Julie Dreyfus, Chiaki Kuriyama and Sonny Chiba star in it.

Robert Richardson shot it.

Lawrence Bender produced it.

The Specs:

Rated R

Run Time: 111 minutes.

Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1

Languages: English, Japanese

In Color and Black & White

The Trailer:

Top 3 Reasons To Watch This Movie
  • The Bride Vs The Crazy 88s:  One of the coolest and best filmed fight scenes in cinema.  Watch as the bride takes on 80 Japanese killers… at the same time.  Blood squirts, limbs fly and swords clash.
  • Quentin Tarantino does Hong Kong cinema:  With references to everything from The Game of Death to The Street Fighter, Tarantino lovingly pays homage to the gritty Hong Kong action films of the 70s.
  • The cast:  Tarantino always makes inspired casting decisions.  Uma Thurman is the lead, but casting David Carradine as the titular “Bill” is genius.  Michael Madsen, Lucy Liu, Sonny Chiba, Darryl Hannah and Vivica A. Fox round out the top-notch cast.

How can you watch it?

Kill Bill Vol. 1 is readily available at most major retailers.  You can pick up the DVD for $7.99 or the blu-ray for $10.97 on Amazon. You can rent it through YouTube for $1.99 ($2.99 for HD).  The disc is available to rent through Netflix (no streaming.)

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