This film is a continuation of Kill Bill volume one. Here the bride has moved on with her life. She has found love. Again this is put to an end after her former boyfriend orders another vicious attack at her wedding. This prompts the bride to carry out another vengeful attack to put an end to this game. She goes after her former boyfriend’s brother but fails to acknowledge he has been warned of the same. He tranquilizes her and proceeds to lay her to rest in a coffin. He even sells her sword for a lump sum worth. The bride recalls fighting skills she learnt in the temple. This helps her escape. The driver in charge of this mission kills the brother and disguises herself as the bride. The latter gets hold of her and torments her before gagging out her remaining eye. The bride traces her former boyfriend’s location. She finds him with her daughter who is now all grown up. She sedates him and kills him but before he died he repents for wrong actions committed. The bride and her child step out into a new world and look forward to starting a new life.
The movie has spectacular scenes worth watching. The shots of the city are appealing and breathtaking. The fighting scenes are superb. This includes the use of weapons such as swords that make this part look authentic. In another fighting scene we can hear slaps and head-ons from the parties in an attempt to finish the other.
The movie has some scary parts too. An example is where the bride has been tortured and looks awful. It’s emotional to see her beg for her life but suddenly she is hit with a blunt object leaving her comatose. It is also horrific to watch the drive lose yet another eye. The forced burial of the bride into the coffin is maddening. What’s more is how she struggles in the coffin to get her way out. The bride encounter with the mistress’ army is scary. The thought of her being killed instantly is irresistible. The movie is a great piece of martial arts where any individuals can learn some tactics on how to defend themselves.