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Kill Bill Deluxe Edition

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by Ramses, Oct 9, 2006.

  1. Ramses

    Ramses Well-Known Member

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    Does anyone have any idea when an unedited, uncut edition of Kill Bill will be released on to DVD in the United States? I hate it when companies release the DVD twice and I will not buy Kill Bill (2 DVDs) unless it is the final edition.
    Does anyone have any idea what Quentin Tarantino is doing. I am interested to know what your opinions of Quentin Tarantino are as a director. I have friends who are film students and some idolize him and others think he is superbly overrated.
     
  2. skalogre

    skalogre Well-Known Member

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    IMHO he is overrated. But as for the DVD, check over at DVDTalk.com, they probably have some info on it.
     
  3. Get Smart

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    I'm in the same boat. I want Kill Bill on dvd, but am holding out for a single limited collectors extremely rare with uncut bloopers behind the scenes alternate endings commentary by every single cast member footage edition where the movie runs straight thru.
     
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    I'm in the same boat. I want Kill Bill on dvd, but am holding out for a single limited collectors extremely rare with uncut bloopers behind the scenes alternate endings commentary by every single cast member footage edition where the movie runs straight thru.

    Same. For real though, wtf, I thought it was supposed to be out shortly after the second was released on DVD.
     
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    I have heard that he wants to re-cut it and put it back into theaters as one film, but this will not be done until Grindhouse is finished, I would assume.
     
  6. Reggs

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    Just wait until he finishes the trilogy, then buy that.
     
  7. Newton

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    What trilogy, Reggs?

    Kill Bill 1 & 2 were meant to be one film but they split it into two because they couldn't bear editing it down to one manageable film.

    As for Tarantino, I have a lot of time for him. Kill Bill 1 & 2 were fantastic films. I just love everything he does. He's like a child in a playground... he creates these ridiculous, almost cartoonish images and characters that are very entertaining.

    Not to be taken too seriously. Just lots of fun.
     
  8. Oldboy

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    There was supposed to be a special edition, uncut version of both films edited together - called "The Whole Bloody Affair" - but it never came out. Apparently it would have had the entire House of Blue Leaves sequence in full color. [​IMG]
     
  9. Mike

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    What trilogy, Reggs?

    Tarantino has said he'd like to do a third one in like 10 or 15 years, where Vernita Green's daughter, all grown up, comes looking for The Bride for revenge for killing her mother.
     
  10. ratboycom

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    if you want it uncut bad enough import a copy form HK or Japan, they were fortunate enough to get the uncut violence. I had the oportunity to buy a used copy at "Book Off" but put it back down when I saw it was a Video CD not a DVD. I was like VCD oh Fuck that. I said it in english even, which might appear strange to come from someone who had an arm full of Inital D manga.
     
  11. Get Smart

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    Tarantino has said he'd like to do a third one in like 10 or 15 years, where Vernita Green's daughter, all grown up, comes looking for The Bride for revenge for killing her mother.

    I've heard he filmed scenes with Uma and the young girl when he did the first 2 KBs to shelve and possibly use in this "3rd" movie. might be urban myth tho
     

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