‘Kill Bill’ (2003-2004): Review

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Directed by: Quentin Tarantino || Produced by: Lawrence Bender

Screenplay by: Quentin Tarantino || Starring: Uma  Thurman, David Carradine, Lucy Liu, Michael Madsen, Daryl Hannah, Sonny Chiba, Vivica A. Fox, Gordon Liu, Julie Dreyfus, Chiaki Kuriyama

Music by: RZA || Cinematography by: Robert Richardson || Edited by: Sally Menke || Country: United States || Language: English, Japanese, Mandarin

Running Time: 247 minutes

While the famed fan of grindhouse ultraviolence and B-movie exploitation flicks is as divisive as any in the modern movie-going world, Quentin Tarantino remains one of the most fascinating auteur personalities and artistic talents of our generation. The man first burst onto the independent filmmaking circuit in 1992 with Reservoir Dogs at the age of 29, and a couple years later shook Hollywood to its foundations, and by extension, took the global filmmaking industry by storm in 1994 with

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