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The Bride continues to work her way through her former associates on the way to the big showdown with Bill, where she discovers some unexpected developments. This volume has less action than the first, but it is just as intense. All that was hidden in Vol. 1 is revealed, and it's done with more of the character development and dialogue-driven scenes that some thought were lacking in the first installment. The two volumes are so vastly different in tone and style that it seems odd that they were intended as one (very) long movie, but the idea of seeing them united into one film is intriguing. Carradine gives what might be the finest performance of his career as the enigmatic Bill. Thurman proves that her work on set was more than just physical, and that she can carry a movie even when she isn't carrying a sword.

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Available on Running time 137 minutes. Originally from United States.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Wedding Hell, Hit Men/Women, Brothers & Sisters, Out of Order, Mexico, Martial Arts, Buried Alive, Snakes, Revenge, China, Femme Fatale, Wonder Women
Screenplay
Uma Thurman, Quentin Tarantino
Cast
Uma Thurman, David Carradine, Lucy Liu, Michael Madsen, Vivica A. Fox, Daryl Hannah, Michael Parks, Julie Dreyfus, Chiaki Kuriyama, Sonny Chiba, Gordon Liu, LaTanya Richardson Jackson, Bo Svenson, Samuel L. Jackson, Jeannie Epper, Perla Haney-Jardine, Caitlin Keats, Christopher Allen Nelson, Stevo Polyi, Venessia Valentino
Cinematography
Robert Richardson
Director
Quentin Tarantino
Music
RZA, Robert Rodriguez
Other
Mark Ulano, Sally Menke, Daniel Bradford, Catherine Thomas, Kumiko Ogawa, David Wasco, Yohei Taneda
Producer
Lawrence Bender, Quentin Tarantino, A Band Apart, Miramax

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Nicholle

I like this movie. It is really good. It all began when the nefarious Deadly Viper Assassination Squad moved in and assassinated the Plympton wedding party at the Two Pines Wedding Chapel in El Paso, TX. Well, all but one: The Bride, their real target. All they managed to do to her was put her in a coma. And four years later, she woke up and swore revenge on the lot of them. It began with the disposing of O-Ren Ishii/"Cottonmouth" and Vernita Green/"Copperhead". Now, the "Black Mamba" has only three left on her Death List: Budd/"Sidewinder", Bill's brother; Elle Driver/"California Mountain Snake", the deadly one-eyed assassin; and, of course, Bill/"Snake Charmer", her boss, teacher, and lover. However, Bill does possess one thing that keeps the ball in his court: B.B., the daughter the Bride thought she had lost in her coma. And now, at this point, the Bride knows only one thing: in the end, she will kill Bill.