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Rialto Movie Of The Week: Kill Bill Volume 2

Rialto Movie Of The Week

Kill Bill Volume 2


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The second volume of Quentin Tarantino's revenge epic. After snuffing out former colleagues O-Ren Ishii (Lucy Liu) and Vernita Green (Vivica A. Fox), expert assassin The Bride (Uma Thurman) is ready to proceed up the chain of command until she gets the chance to kill Bill (Bill Carradine) her former employer who wiped out her entire bridal party on her wedding day. With two other foes on her Death List to pursue first Budd (Madsen) and Elle Driver (Darryl Hannah) The Bride cooks up a wicked plan to take them all out, proving that revenge is a dish best served cold.

Rating: R16 - contains violence, offensive language and drug use.

Official Website: http://www.kill-bill.com/

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