- Actors: Uma Thurman, David Carradine, Daryl Hannah, Michael Madsen, Lucy Liu
- Directors: Quentin Tarantino
- Writers: Uma Thurman, Quentin Tarantino
- Producers: Bob Weinstein, Dede Nickerson, E. Bennett Walsh, Erica Steinberg, Harvey Weinstein
- Format: PAL
- Language: English, French, Japanese
- Subtitles: English
- Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
- Number of discs: 1
- Studio: Disney
- DVD Release Date: 19 April 2004
- Run Time: 111 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 586 customer reviews
- ASIN: B00008W64B
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 26,232 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
Kill Bill: Vol. 1 [DVD] 
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The return of renowned filmmaker Quentin Tarantino after an absence of 6 years. Uma Thurman stars as The Bride, one-fifth of a team of assassins called DiVAS. When she decides to get married and leave the outfit her boss, Bill (David Carradine), is not a happy man and gets her former colleagues to show up at the wedding; leaving behind a blood bath and The Bride shot in the head. Four years later, The Bride sets out on a journey of revenge which is ultimately to kill her former boss, Bill. The film was due to be three hours long but was split into two films (hence the name) and Volume 2 concludes the story.
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The second scene in the first play of my last review sees the entrance of a woman. A woman who states “my courage try by combat, if thou darest and thou shalt find that I exceed my sex” her ultimatum to a mere King. A real Queen Elizabeth, the one who swore to treat her country as her only child, would have swooned I am sure. Uma Thurman “I am prepared: here is my keen-edged sword.” Slim and fit and focused. Tarantino’s Joan of Arc.
The final twenty minutes or so in the hall of her target culminates in the finest piece of fighting I have seen in a work of cinema. The snow, the silence, that awesome little water feature punctuating the violence. Before this a black and white movie and a sword fight in blue silhouette. To this end-game in the Japanese garden. Something deeply erotic about two women, two highly professional women, about to fight each other. Holding swords. The water feature droops. And rises.
Glory is like a circle in the water. To Bill we go in the unmissable volume two. She can not be what she is not. I was born to write. For me all else is Clark Kent.
Where the circle ends in the death of England’s King. And a woman’s child.
Quentin Tarrantino writes and directs what is in all truth, a homage to all the cinema conventions close to his heart. Think an amalgamation of chop-socky, sexploitation, samurai, spaghetti Westerns, anime and cop shows of years past, and you get the heart of Kill Bill. A film that was so epic in scope it had to be cut into two film's. What it lacks in Tarrantino dialogue dynamite it more than makes up for with action and astute visual flair. And it's bloody, very bloody. Thurman is great as the avenging Mamba/The Bride, while the inclusion of Sonny Chiba & Lucy Liu adds a touch of class as QT revels in his east meets west berserker narrative. It could have been trimmed down, particularly in the middle section where Tarrantino deals in a calm before the storm ideal. But Volume 1 was one of the most exciting movies of 2003, and most notably it shows Tarrantino to be adept at action directing. Something that perhaps explains why the script doesn't crackle with the witt and panache of his previous offerings. You sense he wants more than the words "fine writer" engraved on his granite mined Curriculum Vitae.
Hugely enjoyable with a neat end of film cliffhanger, roll on part 2...... 8/10
The plot is not that complicated. It is a brutal, gory revenge thriller and that's it. It is visually stunning and the score is great. The action sequences are typical Tarantino.
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