The only negative aspect of the original Kill Bill was that it was
part 1 of 2 and movie goers had to wait for the second installment.
As the movie was released in 2004 and the DVD version soon followed,
Blu-Ray owners can now experience Kill Bill Volume 2 as how it was
intended to be experienced in glorious high definition with 1080p HD
Widescreen and DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 which makes this transfer to
this format almost flawless.
In the original movie, The Bride
played by the beautiful and talented Uma Thurman had successfully
murdered two of the killers responsible for her wedding carnage and
now three remain on her list. It's time for The Bride to strap
on her Samurai sword and hunt down Elle Driver, Budd and the boss of
the organisation, Bill played by the grim David Carradine.
compound the situation for The Bride, she believed that her baby was
killed in the original carnage from the first movie, however her child
is still alive which questions her motivations behind her revenge
Tarantino truly creates a unique and powerful sequel that is
as good as the first, if not better in some aspects. The dialogue is
first class Tarantino as are the action scenes which are masterfully
choreographed and look like they should appear in a Hong Kong action
movie but best of all, all the stunts are real and there is no CGI
whatsoever in this movie.
With stunning video and audio quality,
Kill Bill Volume 2 features a making of documentary, the Damoe
deleted scene and some musical performances by Chingon. If you have
the movie on DVD, you really need to see and hear it on Blu-Ray and
if you've never seen the Kill Bill movies before and if you're a
lover of action movies, than this is definitely one for you.
performances by Uma Thuman, David Carradine, Daryl Hannah and even
Samuel L. Jackson makes this another Tarantino masterpiece!