Kill Bill: Vol. 2

Kill Bill: Vol. 2

The Bride unwaveringly continues on her roaring rampage of revenge against the band of assassins who had tried to kill her and her unborn child. She visits each of her former associates one-by-one, checking off the victims on her Death List Five until there's nothing left to do … but kill Bill.

The murderous Bride is back and she is still continuing her vengeance quest against her ex-boss, Bill, and taking aim at Bill's younger brother Budd and Elle Driver, the only survivors from the squad of assassins who betrayed her four years earlier. It's all leading up to the ultimate confrontation with Bill, the Bride's former master and the man who ordered her execution! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Doris R (it) wrote: This is one of those movies/documentaries that is an absolute must-see in today's day and age - just to find out more about other cultures and how they go about dealing with life and their faith. Yes, it is a very emotional feature as predicted and extremely involving but oh so well worth seeing on so many levels! However, if you thought that you would see a monk in his robes travelling on horseback and on foot all the way to try and find the reincarnation of his late master despite his fear of not being adequate (not being a buddah but having dedicated his life to serving his master no matter his age) you may be very much mistaken. Cars, even helicopters have also reached Nepal and are in full use and at his disposal to undertake his major and important journey covering several years of his life. Unmistaken Child essentially opens with a few introductory comments we need to know about customs and traditions of the area - albeit this being a special screening, the introduction by a learned man ahead of the feature helped even further and also caused some worries as the Chinese government appears to try and meddle in their old ways of searching for reincarnations of their valued leaders, including the Dalai Lama. The audience is then privvy to the burial ceremony of the late Lama Konchog and the open grief of his long-time follower and assistant Tenzin Zopa who is eventually instructed to find his late master's reincarnation once the signs become clear that there would be a reincarnation, even though the old master wasn't sure he wanted to return. And thus Tenzin does his research and is eventually on his way to find that one special infant he will vouch for and take care of for the rest of his life. The insight into the monks ways and the life of the local people is absolutely magnificent as are the breathtaking views of the surrounding scenery as well as the openness and helpfulness of the local people. However, as always, some people try to make more of themselves than there really is to it while those who eventually end up in the thralls of the future have some definite and difficult decisions to make. A wonderful picture full of colour and insight that will make your head spin and give you a deep new knowledge about people's ways we know very little about.

Kevin G (fr) wrote: The best b-movie you've never heard of. With the likes of Jim Caviezel, John Hurt and Ron Pearlman it begs to wonder where the advertising of this movie went wrong. Don't get me wrong, it's far from a perfect film. Loosely based on Beowulf it stars a space traveler who crash lands on Earth during the Iron-age of Norway. With a destroyed ship and the alien who was responsible for killing his family as a stowaway; the traveler must find a way to survive far from home. Well worth a watch.

Zachary Y (nl) wrote: such a great film. moving and hilarious like all of Alexander Payne's films. one of jack's many amazing performances.

Jayakrishnan R (jp) wrote: 55%Saw this on 22/1/16Mesmerizing performance from Anthony Hopkins, Oliver Stone's trademark visual structure and a first hour and half of strong solid drama cannot make Nixon an enjoyable film. It's a long tedious and often extremely boring film that is too political and lacking the hyperkinetic feel of stone's largely successful political thriller JFK. The film works as a good character study of a mad man, someone like a Shakespearean tragic hero, more like Othello than Macbeth or Hamlet. Joan Allen gives a considerably appreciable performance considering the run time that she has been provided with. Had Nixon been a bit short and more fast paced, it would have been better and it's politics can only be understood clearly by those who have some good prior knowledge of it all. One sad thing is that, towards the end, the film solely concentrates on Nixon's inner demons that it so easily forgets to involve the story of what all is happening during that time.

Paul P (br) wrote: I've heard so many great things about the play that i decided to check this out, of course it being a Mamet movie didn't hurt. I don't know what went wrong between the play and the screenplay but sweet Jesus this movie misses in a big way. It's obvious to see where the play probably went and where the film fails to go, but that still would've made this as bland as tofu! By the end you're supposed to be conflicted. Who's to blame, or are they both to blame? Instead i was left hating Eisenstadt's character so much that when Macy's character acts out i cheered him on and that's wrong. A truly grueling 90 minutes to sit through!

Kevin J (es) wrote: Jesus of Montreal is a great film and a very compelling take on Christ in modern times. In many respects, the film argues that Christ can arise from anyone and anywhere, which is an interesting way to look at it. The acting is very good and I loved the unique method of heavily utilizing the play within a film angle. The acting is very good and I loved the writing and direction of the film. It is also very well lit with the appropriate lighting in each scene and it really magnifies the poignant movies quite well. Overall, Jesus of Montreal is a really profound experience that also manages to be quite funny at times, which is a nice balance with the spiritually poignant elements.

Jake P (ag) wrote: The Wrestler is Rourke's swan song (at least to date) but this is him at top form in his prime. Eric Robert's performance has the overacting brilliance of a Nic Cage effort (while in his prime). It's an overlooked 80's classic.

Max N (au) wrote: Otra de las primera obras de Bergman. Solo algunos chispazos de su posterior universo se pueden ver en esta historia que bebe mucho del drama social, ilustrado con personajes marginales del ambiente obrero. Tragedias multiples dentro de un mundo con pocas oportunidades, pero que de a poco encuentra un poco de luminosidad al final del tunel. El sueco plantea un entramado ni tan terrible ni desesperanzado como abostumbra. Buena.

Johnny M (ru) wrote: I am an avid fan of the actors in this version of Stokers novel but I am afraid there were just too many liberties taken with the original for me to really enjoy it. Marc Warren can do creepy really well, Sophie Miles is a fine actress and David Suchet is excellent but not in this I'm afraid. The BBC did an excellent dramatisation in 1977 with Louis Jordan as the Count, but here they failed and by a long way. If you are not as precious about the original novel as I am then there may be much to enjoy here(the BBC do Victorian like no one else) but don't expect much Stoker. I give it 40% bcause I like the above named actors so much.

Richard W (au) wrote: Jim Carrey not being serious.

Alexander C (it) wrote: A good film cant recall, repeat viewing