Kill Bill Vol. 2: 30 Easter Eggs For Your Netflix Rewatch

Kill Bill Vol. 2: 30 Easter Eggs For Your Netflix Rewatch

Here are 30 Easter Eggs that might have slipped past you in Kill Bill 2.When watching Kill Bill: Vol. 2, the second half of Quentin Tarantino’s kung fu meets spaghetti Western epic, it quickly becomes apparent that this is an entirely different kind of film from Vol. 1. Whereas Vol. 1 favors quick edits, Vol. 2 drags moments out. Where Vol. 1 punctuates its founts of blood with quippy one-liners, the victims in Vol. 2 bleed more realistically, and the comedy is more situational.Vol. 2 is Tarantino working at a languid pace, letting his characters mosey along to their destinations. Perhaps they mosey a bit too much if we view Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 as two separate films. But together, the two halves of Kill Bill complement one another. If Vol. 1 is about the deliberateness of revenge and the single-minded pursuit of it, Vol. 2 is about its complications and intricacies, and the ways that guilt catches up with its perpetrators and victims.We already went over Kill Bill: Vol. 1 Easter eggs. Here are 30 more, this time for Kill Bill: Vol. 2. And if you liked these galleries, check out our Easter egg gallery for Pulp Fiction as well. 1. Organ Player Long-time Tarantino collaborator Samuel L. Jackson has a brief cameo as Rufus, the organ player at the Two Pines chapel where the Bride’s wedding party is slaughtered. 2. Framed In Black And White The lone figure, framed in a doorway, is a common visual in Western films, meant to highlight the isolation and separation the protagonist feels from the rest of the characters. Its most notable usage is in John Ford’s The Searchers (1956); John Wayne is framed in the doorway of the Jorgensen homestead at the film’s conclusion. 3. Warren Beatty as Bill? David Carradine was not Tarantino’s first choice to play Bill. He originally wanted Warren Beatty to play the role, and he envisioned Bill as a suave, debonair type. But Beatty declined the role because he didn’t want to be away from his kids for so long, and he actually suggested Carradine as the better alternative to him. 4. A Very Long Take In Vol. 1, there was an impressively long tracking shot in the House of Blue Leaves. The show-off shot in Vol. 2 comes near the end of Chapter 6, right when the wedding rehearsal begins. The crane shot begins…
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