Meet The Bride & Gogo Yubari. 

Seeing Kill Bill for the first time was one of those experiences that changes you forever, and for the better! I was a Junior in college and though I had always been a movie buff, the scope of my film viewing tastes was somewhat limited. And though I had watched Pulp Fiction several times before, once I watched Kill Bill I would forever become a Tarantino loyalist. On the heels of Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, and the sublime, if understated, Jackie Brown, his 4th feature film would take audiences by force and refuse to let them go through four hours and two movie-going experiences. While Kill Bill vol. 1 lacks the subtle complexities of its sequel counterpart, it more than makes up for in brute force action that lustily throws back to the heyday of 1970s Kung Fu cinema and such classics as Enter the 36th Chamber, Game of Death, and the Lone Wolf and Cub series. The confrontation between Uma Thurman's Bride character and the teenaged psychopath known as Gogo is but one of the unforgettable battles that fill this movie to the blood-soaked brim.

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