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Kill Bill

When Black Mamba (Thurman) gets pregnant and wants to get married, she decides to leave The Deadly Viper Assassination Squad (DVAS), a group of killers under the lead of Bill (Carradine). However, the rest of the group isn’t all too fond of her idea of leading a normal life and on her wedding day they stop by to kill everyone and shoot her in the head. Four years later, The Bride comes out of a coma. She has survived the bullet in her head and all she wants now is revenge. One by one she hunts down all of the murderers that interrupted her wedding to finally arrive with the man who lead them all, Bill… (who she’ll face in part 2)

Sound and Vision:
The image quality is impeccable with excellent level of detail, sharp images, no compression errors and nothing to complain about.

The same goes for the soundtrack which uses all channels in optimal sense while dialogues are very clear and understandable.

Compared to the DVD things look and sound just a titbit better.


In our review of the DVD, we concluded the following: “This is a typical Tarantino movie with magnificent dialogues, flashbacks and fight ballets. We can only say one thing: GREAT!” That still stands but we truly wonder why RCV decided to remove the extras that we got on the DVD. Ok, the image and sound have improved a bit (while the DVD already had excellent quality in those departments) but why no extras? This really makes it hard to justify buying this Blu-ray if you already have the DVD.

Our Score:

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