Virtue Win’s in the End

Beatrix Kiddo is not kidding around when it comes to her reuniting with her daughter and killing everyone who did her wrong. While taking the lives of others she is making her happiness come true. According to (Greene, Mohammad, Robinson, 2007, para. 9) this killing is doing more harm than good for all the characters…

Feminism & Race in Kill Bill

Can Kill Bill be a feminist film? The answer is very complex because it is a complex story plagued with women portrayed as victims and executioners of violence and revenge. The Bride is ultimately a symbol of white female narrative revenge (Tapia, 2006, p. 33). “Kill Bill’s narrative coheres only, and precisely, because its leaps…

The Multi-Genre Approach in Kill Bill Narratives

The story of the film is very clear and it is a similar story like many other female protagonist films except for it’s deep roots in martial arts and its narration. The story is the story of a The Bride seeking revenge. She’s seeking revenge on her former boss and father of her child and…

The Cinematic Reference of Classic Martial Arts Films in Kill Bill

Quentin Tarantino’s “The Bride” wouldn’t be the only female protagonist in Kill Bill therefore it wouldn’t be fair to analyze only her. The Bride’s character is a carbon copy of several material arts films that Tarantino references in Kill Bill. The films that he references are: A Cruel Picture (They Call Her One Eye, 1974)  Lady Snowblood…