QT Retrospective: KILL BILL VOL. 1 & VOL. 2
|Year||2003 & 2004|
|Starring||Uma Thurman, David Carradine, Daryl Hannah|
18 and up; Children 6 and up will be allowed only with a parent guardian. No children under the age of 6 will be allowed.
Maybe Tarantino’s most ambitious effort (and that's saying something), the KILL BILL films are one of the most audacious odes to cinema an American filmmaker has ever made. Told in two very similar, yet completely different volumes, the story is about The Bride and her quest for revenge on those who tried to murder her on the day of her wedding.
The Bride's survival is unknown to them, which leads to one surprising and action-filled confrontation after another. The first volume finds its inspiration from the Far East and the films of the Shaw brothers, Sonny Chiba, Bruce Lee and even anime.
The second has a decidedly Western feels, but still captures the heart of a samurai film. The overall product is bold and immensely entertaining. And if somehow missed the opportunity to see these films on the big screen then your in luck because this holiday season at the Alamo we’re giving you the present of a second chance. So take a note from The Bride and relish this second chance. Do something about it. But don’t kill people. Just come watch these amazing films on the big screen at the Alamo.