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Kill Bill Volume 2 (2004)

Directed by Quentin Tarantino.

Kill Bill Volume 2 is not a sequel to the first volume, but the second half of an epic, four hour movie that was filmed at the same time but split into two. 731 more words

Michael Madsen

Reservoir Dogs

This 1992 crime thriller is about six criminals (each given a fake name) hired by a crime boss for a diamond heist which goes terribly wrong. 410 more words

Baigan Chronicles

Kill Bill Volume 1 (2003)

Directed by Quentin Tarantino.

After the ludicrously named ‘Deadly Viper Assassination Squad’ murder an entire wedding party at a little chapel in Old El Paso, Texas, the bride (Uma Thurman), whose name is bleeped out for effect, is brutalised, shot in the head and left for dead, but not before she can tell the squad’s leader, Bill (David Carradine), that she is pregnant with his baby.

Michael Madsen

The Uwe Boll Video Game to Movie Adaptions Pairing: BloodRayne

Some will say Uwe Boll should never make another video game adaptation film. Others will say he should never make another film (seriously there was a Guardian UK poll for whether or not he should retire.) House of the Dead… Alone in the Dark, In the name of a King… Not counting sequels.. 286 more words


3 years' worth of blogging and a review of Reservoir Dogs

It is hard not to be fan of the work of Quentin Tarantino when you watch his very bold first entry into the history of film: … 626 more words


Racing With the Moon

Once upon a time, movies were made about adult subjects and were serious about how they told their stories. While the stories were not always great, the actors and directors and the whole crew seemed to take the notion seriously, as if they were doing a play that would run forever on the screen. 1,341 more words


Four Frames - The Natural (1984)

This is my latest contribution to The Big Picture, the internationally-recognised magazine and website that offers an intelligent take on cinema, focussing on how film affects our lives. 491 more words