Kill Bill: Vol. 2

Synopsis: 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!
Director(s): Quentin Tarantino
Production: Miramax Films
  Nominated for 2 Golden Globes. Another 21 wins & 81 nominations.
 
IMDB:
8.0
Metacritic:
83
Rotten Tomatoes:
84%
R
Year:
2004
137 min
Website
5,337 Views


Do you find me sadistic?

You know, Kiddo...

I'd like to believe you're

aware enough...

even now...

to know that there's

nothing sadistic...

in my actions.

At this moment...

this is me...

at my most masochistic.

Bill...

it's your baby.

Looked dead...

didn't I?

Well, I wasn't.

But it wasn't from lack of trying.

I can tell you that.

Actually, Bill's last bullet...

put me in a coma.

A coma I was to lie

in for four years.

When I woke up...

I went on...

what the movie...

advertisements refer to ass:

A roaring rampage...

of revenge.

I roared...

and I rampaged...

and I got bloody satisfaction.

I've killed a hell of a lot of

people... To get to this point.

But I have only one more.

The last one.

The one I'm driving

to right now.

The only one left.

And when I arrive at my

destination...

I am going to kill Bill.

Now, the incident that happened at

The Two Pines Wedding Chapel...

that put this whole gory

story into motion...

has since become legend.

"Massacre at Two Pines." That's

what the newspapers called it.

The local TV news called it:

"The El Paso, Texas

Wedding Chapel Massacre."

How it happened, who was there...

how many got killed

and who killed them...

changes depending on who's

Telling the story.

In actual fact...

The massacre didn't happen

during a wedding at all.

It was a wedding

rehearsal.

Now, when we come to the part where

I say:
"You may kiss the bride"...

you may kiss the bride.

But don't stick your tongue

in her mouth.

This might be funny

to your friends...

but it would be embarrassing

to your parents.

We'll try to restrain ourselves,

Reverend.

Y'all got a song?

How about "Love Me Tender"?

I can play that.

Sure.

"Love Me Tender" be great.

Rufus, he's the man.

Rufus, who was that you used

to play for?

Rufus Thomas.

Rufus Thomas.

I was a Drell.

I was a Drifter.

I was a Coaster. I was part of

the Gang. I was a Bar-Kay.

If they come through Texas

I played them.

Rufus, he's the man.

Have I forgotten anything?

-Oh, yes, you forgot the seating arrangements.

-Thank you, Mother.

Now, the way we

normally do this...

we have the bride's side

and then we have the groom's side.

But since the bride ain't

got nobody coming...

and the groom's got far too

many people coming.

They're coming all the way

from Oklahoma.

Right.

Well, I don't see no problem...

with the groom's side

sharing the bride's side.

-Do you, Mother?

-No, I don't have a problem with that.

But, honey, you know it would be

good if you had somebody come.

You know, as a sign of good faith.

Well, I don't have anybody...

except for Tommy...

And my friends.

You have no family?

I'm working on changing that.

Mrs. Harmony, we're all the

family this little angel's ever going to need.

I'm not feeling very well and this

b*tch is starting to piss me off...

So while you all blather on I'm going

to go outside and get some air.

Reverend, sorry.

She's going to get some air.

Given her delicate condition.

She's just needs a few minutes to

get it together. She'll be okay.

Right.

Hello, Kiddo.

How did you find me?

I'm the man.

What are you doing here?

What am I doing?

Well...

a moment ago,

I was playing my flute.

At this moment...

I'm looking at the most beautiful...

bride these old eyes have

ever seen.

Why are you here?

Last look.

Are you going to be nice?

I've never been nice my whole life.

But I'll do my best

to be sweet.

I always told you...

your sweet side

is your best side.

I guess that's why...

you're the only one who's

ever seen it.

See you got a

bun in the oven.

I'm knocked-up.

Jeez, Louise.

That young man of yours sure doesn't

believe in wasting time, does he?

Have you seen Tommy?

Big guy in the tux?

Yes.

Then I saw him. I like his hair.

You promised you'd be nice.

No, I said I'd do my best.

That's hardly a promise.

But you're right.

What does your young man

do for a living?

He owns a used record store

here in El Paso.

Music lover, eh?

He's fond of music.

Aren't we all.

And what are you doing for

a J-O-B these days?

I work in the record store.

Aso.

It all suddenly seems so clear.

Do you like it?

Yeah, I like it a lot, smart-ass..

I get to listen to music all day...

talk about music all day.

It's really cool.

It's going to be a great environment...

For my little girl to grow up in.

As opposed to jetting around the

world, killing human beings...

and being paid vast sums of money?

Precisely.

Well, my old friend...

to each his own.

However...

all cockblockery aside...

I am looking forward to meeting

your young man.

I happen to be, more or less

particular whom my gal marries.

You want to come to the wedding?

Only if I can sit on the

bride's side.

You'll find it a bit lonely

on my side.

Your side always was

a bit lonely.

But I wouldn't sit

anywhere else.

You know...

I had the loveliest dream about you.

Oh, here's Tommy.

Call me Arlene.

You must be Tommy. Arlene's told

Me so much about you.

-Honey, you okay?

-Oh, I'm fine.

Tommy, I'd like you to meet

my father.

Oh, my God.

Oh, my God, this is great.

I'm so glad to meet you, sir.

Oh, Dad.

The name's Bill.

Well, it's great to meet you, Bill.

Arlene told me you couldn't make it.

Surprise.

That's my pop for you.

Always full of surprises.

Well, in the surprise department...

the apple doesn't fall far

from the tree.

-When did you get in?

-Just now.

-Did you come straight from Australia?

-Of course.

Daddy, I told Tommy that you

were in Perth mining for silver..

and no one could reach you.

Lucky for us all, that's not the case.

So...

what's this all about?

I've heard of wedding rehearsals

but I don't believe I've ever heard...

of a wedding dress

rehearsal before.

We thought...

Why pay so much money for a

dress you're only going to wear once?

Especially when Arlene

looks so goddamn beautiful in it.

So, I think we're going to try to get

All the mileage we can out of it.

Isn't it supposed to be bad luck...

for the groom to see the bride in her

wedding dress before the ceremony?

Well, I guess I just believe in living

dangerously.

I know just what you mean.

Son.

Some of us have places to be.

Sure do.

We got to go through this one

more time.

So, why don't you have...

Oh, my God. What am I thinking?

You should give her away.

Tommy, that's not exactly

Daddy's cup of tea.

I think Father'd be more comfortable

sitting with the rest of the guests.

Really?

That's asking a lot.

Well, forget it. But how about we go

Out to dinner tonight, celebrate.

Only if I pay for everything.

Deal.

We got to do this now.

Can I watch?

Absolutely. Have a seat.

Which is the bride's side?

Right over here.

Mother, here we go.

Now, son, about

them vows.

I just wanted...

You don't owe me a damn thing.

If he's the man you want...

then go stand by him.

Do I look pretty?

Thank you.

Oh, good.

It's all much more sim...

What the hell?!

You're telling me...

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Quentin Tarantino

Quentin Jerome Tarantino (born March 27, 1963) is an American director, writer, and actor. His films are characterized by nonlinear storylines, satirical subject matter, an aestheticization of violence, extended scenes of dialogue, ensemble casts consisting of established and lesser-known performers, references to popular culture, soundtracks primarily containing songs and score pieces from the 1960s to the 1980s, and features of neo-noir film. He is widely considered one of the greatest filmmakers of his generation. more…

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