|Quentin Tarantino Director||previously directed Kill Bill: Vol. 1|
The second volume in Quentin Tarantino's 'Kill Bill' series. It picks up where the first film left off, as The Bride resumes her quest to track down her former mentor, Bill, and exact revenge.
The chapter "Yuki's Revenge" was cut from filming to accommodate a new chapter, "Massacre at Two Pines" that details the attack on The Bride. An outline of the chapter was to have Yuki Yubari, Gogo's sister seek vengeance on the Bride for killing her sister, Yuki was to be played by Kô Shibasaki who co-stared with Chiaki Kuriyama (who plays Gogo in Vol.1) in the Japanese movie Batoru rowaiaru (2000)8 More Trivia
Shogun Assassin is the movie that is being played on the tv and is heard when Beatrix is laying in bed with her daughter.
Pai-Mei taught you the five-point palm exploding heart technique?
Of course he did.
Why didn't you tell me?
(Crying) I don't know. ...Because I'm a bad person.
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No... You're not a bad person. You're a terrific person. You're my favourite person. But every once in a while... You can be a real cunt.
|Uma Thurman||Beatrix Kiddo|
|David Carradine||Bill (Kill Bill)|
|Lucy Liu||O-Ren Ishii|
|Vivica A. Fox||Vernita Green|
|Chia Hui Liu||Pai Mei|
|Daryl Hannah||Elle Driver|
|Michael Parks||Esteban Vihaio|
|Bo Svenson||Reverend Harmony|
|Jeannie Epper||Mrs. Harmony|
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Kill Bill Vol. 2 picks up where the first film left off. The Bride is driving to go see Esteban Vihaio, one of Bill's former friends. The Bride (later revealed to be Beatrix Kiddo) is shown discovering that she is pregnant while on an assassination assignment.
When Beatrix goes to kill Bill's brother, Budd, she is buried alive and to get out of the wooden box she is buried in, she flashes back to her training with Pai Mei in China. She breaks out and goes to kill Budd and Elle Driver. Unknown to Beatrix, Elle has already used a black mamba snake (Beatrix's code name in DIVAS) to poison Budd, and Budd dies. Beatrix fights Elle inside Budd's trailer and rips out her eyeball, leaving Elle to thrash about the trailer.
Beatrix then goes to Bill's house to find Bill and her daughter B. Beatrix's battle with Bill is not a violent one, but it is more of a dialogue-based battle. This reflects the tone of the movie. The first movie is more of a samurai movie and is action-driven while the second is more of a spaghetti-western with a lot more dialogue. This had led to criticism of the two films, saying that they're imbalanced.
Director Quentin Tarantino has announced a third volume of Kill Bill, but production hit a halt when David Carradine, the actor who plays Bill, passed away. The movie is slated to be a direct sequel.