I have a feeling that good production information will be in periodicals and not always online. The villain of the first film is O-Ren, as a huge percentage of time is devoted to her seeking her out and trying to kill her. As for the other tasks: Sonny Chiba as Hattori Hanzomaster swordsmith who, although long retired, agrees to craft a sword for the Bride.
Each film has different reception, different soundtracks, different production history, different actors in some casesand different styles Japanese-style versus spaghetti western.
O-Ren Ishiinow the leader of the Tokyo yakuza. It would be about time to do so. The simplest course of action is to merge the track listing to each article, though we should use the soundtrack revisions to search for references about the music not included in the soundtrack. Any problem with treating Kill Bill as a redirect to the first volume?
I think these sub-topics reception, production tend to be appropriate for Good Articles while analysis would be needed for Featured Articles. First of all, there is a good set of instructions here to follow. Critical analysis will be the biggest challenge, so for Good Article status, we should keep that coverage light and focus on as much non-analytic coverage as possible.
We could probably cover a set of influences in each volume, though a question is, where should we cite influences for the two-part film as a whole?
We also have Kill Bill Vol. Miramax released the footage in after Thurman went to police following the accusations of sexual abuse by Weinstein from multiple women. The two films are not necessarily discussed as one subject in reliable secondary sources, so while they are one story, there is still more than enough content to warrant forking the two films to separate articles.
Tarantino told his crew: Also, we should not do partial title matches in a hypothetical disambiguation page, leaving just the two films. Volume 1 "a blood-soaked valentine to movies" and wrote: Would it be structured like a film article or treated as higher-level?
She kills a hospital worker who has been raping her while she was comatose, takes his truck, and teaches herself to walk again. There may also be accolades given to the two-part film as a whole, but IMDb does not seem to mention anything.
Theres no real excuse at all for these two films to be condensed into one article, especially when the first alone had significant impact that warrants mucho space for expansion. Tarantino was apologetic, but he and Thurman were acrimonious for years afterwards; she said after the accident she "went from being a creative contributor and performer to being like a broken tool".
For "Music", as I mentioned earlier, I think that the soundtracks could be part of the film articles. In particular, each theatrical release has its own plot summary, its own critical response, and its own box office performance.
The layout is pretty straight forward and easy to comprehend. Bill shoots her in the head. There can be separate articles for each part detailing the plot, release and reception.Google throws up twice as many hits for "kill bill vol 1" as it does for "kill bill volume 1" IMDB, BOM, Allmovie and the NY Times (all popular film press) all use the "Vol" terminology, with only Rotten Tomatoes favoring "Volume".
Kill Bill Volume 1 is the first part in a series of two movies that was written and directed by Quentin Tarantino. He never seems to tire of pointing out all the movies he's referenced, paid tribute to and been inspired by.
In this film analysis, I will describe all the movies that have influenced him and show up in Kill Bill.I will also describe some of the cinematography and how it made the. Oct 10, · The lead character, called 'The Bride,' was a member of the Deadly Viper Assassination Squad, led by her lover 'Bill.' Upon realizing she was pregnant with Bill's child, 'The Bride' decided to escape her life as a killer/10(K).
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