What can I say, I love Kill Bill.
I especially like all the songs by Ennio Morricone. It's a shame they left "Death Rides A Horse" by Ennio Morricone (the song playing when the Brides slices Sophie's arm) off the first soundtrack.
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I"m tellin' you man - she didn't keep mementos. They were secondary and of no importance.
The only thing she took with her other than her own sword for any sentimental reason would be her daughter.
Other than that anything she took along (like the pussywagon) was for functional use only. Her motives weren't possession-based, not even a little bit.
For fellow children of the 80's, the definitive Cold War nuke TV movie finally has a DVD release, according to DavisDVD.com:QuoteMGM Home Entertainment will at long last release the made-for-TV event The Day After onto DVD on May 18th. This controversial and truly frightening 1983 telefilm follows the events leading up to and following a devastating nuclear attack on the United States by the Soviet Union. The disc is expected to arrive with a 1.78:1 anamorphic transfer of the 126-minute cut, Dolby Digital 2.0 audio and a newly created behind-the-scenes featurette. Not included on this disc, however, is the terrific audio commentary with director Nicholas Meyer that appeared on the Image Entertainment special edition laserdisc. Retail is $27.98.
Gave me the willies.
Me stealy image from DavisDVD:
No, Cory, I just find it odd that a guy who. . .
- calls himself "Cinemaddiction"
Owns cinematicrap like 2Fast2Furious
- Can't wait to buy The Cat in the Hat
You're right. I have seen the light.
Cat in the Hat got dicked-over for the Oscars
He looks so dejected, and cumbersome in public, like someone ran over his wife and his dog in the same day.