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Kill Bill -anybody see it?

The Irish One

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I thought this movie was pure Samurai violence at its best. and the cinemaphotography, wow. visually delicioso! I liked it.
 
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Not yet. We chose to see "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" instead. It was pretty good. Granted, I never saw the original one so I had no basis for comparison.
 

NHPlanner

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Not yet....it's on my shortlist of movies to see though.
 

Big Easy King

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Planderella said:
Not yet. We chose to see "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" instead. It was pretty good. Granted, I never saw the original one so I had no basis for comparison.
After we saw "Texas Chainsaw Massacre," I was on a mad hunt for the original on DVD and secured it. The current version is just as entertaining and disturbing as the original. I think "Kill Bill" is next for us.
 

donk

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I found it really intense. Being somewhat squeamish(ok very) some of the scenes seemed over the top.

I enjoyed it, but was glad when it was over.
 

Rem

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Originally posted by donk , with a minor edit
I found it really intense. Being somewhat squeamish(ok very) some of the sex seemed over the top.

I enjoyed it, but was glad when it was over.
This is what Chet said about his marriage.
 
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