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  •  READER COMMENTS

    Reader comments on Kill Bill Vol. 1

    Subject: Kill Bill Volume 1
    Date: Jan 4, 2005
    Sender: BillPrevious | Next

    One of the greatest films of all time. Unfortunately it is not as good as the Silence Of The Lambs but is one of the only recent films to get close. It is gorey, clever chillingly funny and deep. Quentin is very good at these films but this one is by far his best!! The magic of not really knowing the name mirroring the lack of character realisation is magical. Well Done!!!

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    Comment index:

  • The Redundancy of Creativity   from Sylvie Bosher, Jan 9, 2004
  • Q.T.   from Jibber, Mar 16, 2004
  • Re: Q.T.   from nippon - tony, May 27, 2004
  • Re: Q.T.   from Clay, Jun 21, 2004
  • Re: Q.T.   from black mamba, Aug 20, 2004
  • Re: Q.T.   from bob, Apr 6, 2007
  • » Kill Bill Volume 1 «   from Bill, Jan 4, 2005
  • Re: joshua tanzer   from Frankie, Feb 25, 2005
  • The Redundancy of Creativity   from Sylvie Bosher, Jan 9, 2004
  • Q.T.   from Jibber, Mar 16, 2004
  • Re: Q.T.   from nippon - tony, May 27, 2004
  • Re: Q.T.   from Clay, Jun 21, 2004
  • Re: Q.T.   from black mamba, Aug 20, 2004
  • Re: Q.T.   from bob, Apr 6, 2007
  • » Kill Bill Volume 1 «   from Bill, Jan 4, 2005
  • Re: joshua tanzer   from Frankie, Feb 25, 2005