With his uniquely exhilarating cocktail of grit, style and blood, the perverse cinematic vision of the kill scene has rarely experienced a commander like writer, director, actor and producer Quentin Tarantino. Dig this illustrated tribute to one of Hollywood’s living legends and great, twisted minds for a taste of Quentin's Greatest Hits.
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The Bride vs. The Crazy 88
Tarantino shows us the true wrath of a wedding gone wrong as Uma Thurman swaps the veil for a sword and pops open a can of whoop ass in Kill Bill Vol 1. In a fury of samurai swords, hatchets, one eyeball plucked clean from its socket and fountains of hilariously sprayed blood, The Bride methodically cuts down the Crazy 88 like distant cousins on the B-list, leaving only severed limbs in her wake.
Luis Kills Melanie Lui
The only thing more annoying than losing your car in the mall parking lot is having a woman taunt you while you search for it. The beauty in this hit from Jackie Brown is how quickly Luis (DeNiro), ex-convict temper apparently in check, flips the switch and shoots Melanie (Fonda) without hesitation…and then immediately finds his car.