• ‘Kill Bill' at 15: How the Bride's ‘Survival Energy' is More Relevant Than Ever

    1 month ago - By Slash Film

    I can pinpoint the exact moment I became a fan of Quentin Tarantino's work. It wasn't in the 1990s, though Tarantino's influence reigned hard that decade and I had an appreciation for his films, if not an outright love for them. No, my conversion came at a theater on opening day, October 10, 2003, when I watched something completely unexpected happened in an early scene of Kill Bill, Vol. 1 , starring Uma Thurman.
    Being a fan of a celebrity and a fan of his or her work are two different things. That's an important distinction to make in 2018. This time last year, the Harvey Weinstein...
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