- Actors: Uma Thurman, David Carradine, Lucy Liu, Vivica A. Fox, Michael Madsen
- Directors: Quentin Tarantino
- Format: Widescreen, NTSC
- Language: English
- Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
- Number of discs: 4
- Rated: NC-17
- Studio: Genius Products / Weinstein Company
- Run Time: 247 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B000R7HY0A
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #352,406 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
Kill Bill - The Whole Bloody Affair
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Yeah, well there are similiar consequences to shooting the world's greatest assassin in the head at her wedding rehearsal without finishing the job, as Bill and his crew of murderers find out. Finally we get the real uncut, spruced up, reconfigured, and awesome martial arts masterwork from Quentin Tarantino as it oughtta be seen. Don't get me wrong, I LOVED the original cut(s) of the films and nobody does out-of-sequence storytelling better than Tarantino, but seeing the saga's two parts melded into one cohesive, linear story promises to be a real treat for those of us who can't get enough of Uma Thurman as a murderous assassin (known by many names but usually referred to as "The Bride") and her gore-filled quest for vengeance. "Kill Bill: Volume 1" was an awesomely gory extravaganza of excess, action, violence, and homages to Japanese cinema. "Volume 2" was an entirely different creature, favoring acting over action and fleshing out the world and the characters living in it with scenes straight out of westerns, a discussion about comics, the madatory strip club, a suprisingly low-key final confrontation, and plenty of the kind of dialogue you only hear in a Tarantino flick. Fusing the two into a single entity is something I've pondered with much excitement since the day I last walked out of the theater when "Volume 2" opened. Due to certain "problems" with Miramax's parent company, this cut was shelved for years and the planned theatrical run was killed.Read more ›
1. From what I heard the chance of this making it to blu-ray or DVD is debatable and don't expect this to come out soon. Tarantino only has shown this about five times publicly from what I know and this recent time was an indie film company putting it on who stated it never had been shown in Philly and plans for a Blu Ray were shelved years ago. Now did they say that to sell more tickets? Doubtful since four showings were sold out in a couple days through word of mouth alone.
2. This isn't a drastically different two movies than what you know. I won't go into what is added precisely because I don't know everything and honestly to try and go to a theater and just look for every second of differences would make watching it really tedious. But just so folks stop reading if needed. I will tell you right now I will buy this cut if it comes out because I loved the differences.Read more ›
Tragedy strikes the Bride (Uma Thurman) on her wedding day: The Deadly Viper Assassination Squad (DiVAS) attacks and slaughters the guests, the groom, and wounds the very pregnant Bride herself. Her former boss/lover Bill (David Carradine) finishes the bloodbath by shooting the Bride in the head. But despite his efforts, she isn't dead.
A few years later, the Bride wakes to find that she has been in a coma for a few years, and has been being used as a sex toy for rent. After recovering enough to move, the Bride gets a sword sharp enough to "cut God," and goes on a revenge spree against the people who wrecked her life and killed her baby, including Cottonmouth (Vivica A. Fox) and the deadly O-Ren Ishii (Lucy Liu).
In part one of "Kill Bill," the Bride continues working her way up the list until she gets to Bill himself, with the intent of getting revenge. But a monkey wrench is thrown into the Bride's revenge plans when she learns the truth about her baby and whether it died, and her conflict with Bill...
Don't expect cinematic posturing. "Kill Bill" is cinematic pop art, a loving tribute to cheesy martial-arts flicks and westerns. It's pure homage, untainted by typical directing methods and immensely entertaining if you switch off your critical faculties, refrain from asking "How the heck could that happen?"
It also isn't for the weak of stomach; over 450 gallons of fake blood are used in both movies.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I thought the DVD was coming out in 2007! Now I just want the blu ray! Quentin Tarantino is sure taking his sweet time releasing the movie as it was meant to be seen! Read morePublished 22 months ago by J. Nesvick
Hey it may not be out yet but all you need is the Japanese DVDs. It's an epic length film with an intermssion minus the tags and cliffhangers. Just end Vol. Read morePublished on March 10, 2009 by Matthew K. Putnam
After I saw Kill Bill v2 in the theaters I made the conscious decision to hold off buying the DVDs till I could get both volumes in one, big, awesome special edition, and not as... Read morePublished on May 28, 2008 by Dead Boy
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Tarantino is a fan of Asian cinema; samurai films and martial arts seem to have taken a hold on the acclaimed... Read more
Kill Bill - The Whole Bloody Affair by Uma Thurman, David Carradine, Lucy Liu:
yes, the studios have famously lied to us again. Read more
I've owned the Japanese import of "Kill Bill, Vol. 1" for nearly two years and it's spectacular! The House of Blue Leaves showdown is in full color with about a half dozen extra... Read morePublished on September 18, 2007 by mikecalendar
It took QT and company 3 years to release this film in its full version. That's quite a wait especially with the 2 "decoy" versions out there already (which most of us having... Read morePublished on September 15, 2007 by L. Schultz
Is the whole thing ACTUALLY appearing on one disc with THREE discs of extras??? Or is kill bill 1 and 2 on two different discs? If so... ummm... Read morePublished on August 27, 2007 by eddiepresley
Been waiting forever for this to come out and it appears it will be exclusive to HD DVD thank goodness since it's the Weinstein Company putting it out. Very good to see. Read morePublished on August 21, 2007 by Jason Hardy
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|Ok, so when is it coming?||
I wish he would at least tell us when it's coming out. I have been waiting and waiting.
Oct 3, 2010 by DLMJ | See all 2 posts
|I'll overpay for a copy...||
I just ordered a copy I found listed here on amazon as used ($26), it was the only one and I've looked for other copies. It looks to me like I ordered the only copy in the world, now I just have to wait and see if what I receive is what was advertised.
Oct 30, 2009 by Amazon Customer | See all 5 posts
|HD version, Blu-Ray or HD DVD?||
From whence does your understanding of that come from? Source or link please?
Dec 22, 2007 by Doomferret | See all 5 posts
|WHAT THE HELL IS HAPPENING||
well HKflix.com says they will release it on jan 8 2008
Jan 5, 2008 by MasterKIller | See all 4 posts
|Finally! Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair is coming out.||
I have seen the full cut of this film. It was shown once that I know of at the Alamo Drafthouse in Austin, TX. If its that version its put together slightly differently then just slapping the two together and the House of Blue Leaves scene is longer and in color. I think thats why the DVD will be... Read More
Jun 21, 2007 by Horror Fan 824 | See all 13 posts
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