My favorite movie is an easy answer, Kill Bill. What makes the question difficult is that Kill Bill, for now, has been split into two movies. Normally, this would mean I would have to choose between the two of them, but I found that as I was thinking about which to choose, that I could not make my mind up. The two, despite thier style differences, are just one movie split into two and edited extremely well to make it seem as though one is watching two distinct movies.

Kill Bill Volume 1: This half is one of the greatest movies I've seen on a visual level. Intense, bloody fight scenes collide with usual Tarantino quirks and interesting camera angles to create some of the liveliest movies ever. The greatest scene would easily be the battle between Uma Thurman's character The Bride, and 44 henchmen of Lucy Lui's character O-Ren Ishii. The battle is furious and absurdly bloody, with the greatest asset being that it was done without CGI. The acting is over-the-top, as usual for a martial arts film, and hilarous. Overall, KBV1 is just alot of fun.

Kill Bill Volume 2: The other side of the coin, as Kill Bill Volume 2 isn't great because of the battles. No, KBV2 is great because of the plot and dialouge, something that Volume 1 was lacking in. The characters in KBV2 pull out the usual great Tarantino dialouge, with the greatest example being Bill's "Superman" speech. With the plot being the biggest draw, the battles and fights are pushed out a bit. But, the battles that are there are incredibly fun. The Bride vs. Elle Driver inside of a trailer is brutal and incredibly sickening, and I loved it. Compared to KBV1, KBV2 isn't as much fun, but it's alot deeper.

KILL BILL VOLUME 1 KILL BILL VOLUME 2
October 10th, 2003 April 16th, 2004
Rated R
(Extreme violence & gore, profanity)
Rated R
(Extreme violence & gore, profanity)
1 Hour, 48 Minutes 2 Hours, 10 Minutes
Starring:
Uma Thurman
David Carradine
Lucy Lui
Vivica A. Fox
Starring:
Uma Thurman
David Carradine
Michael Madsen
Daryl Hannah