Kill Bill: Vol. 2 Soundtrack (

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Kill Bill: Volumen 2

Title in Italiano:

Kill Bill - Volume 2

Title in Português:

Kill Bill - A Vingança (vol. 2)

Title in Français:

Kill Bill: Volume II

Title in Türk:

Kill Bill: Vol. 2

Title in Deutsch:

Kill Bill: Vol. 2

Synopsis

After having successfully crossed the first two members of the Deadly Viper Assassination Squad - Vernita Green, O-Ren Ishii, and the Crazy 88s, The Bride (whose real name is now revealed to be Beatrix Kiddo) sets her sites on the remaining three.

While she goes after Bill's brother Budd, Elle Driver, and ultimately Bill himself, we learn more about Beatrix's back story. This includes her time in China training under ultra strict traditionalist martial arts legend Pai Mei, who had a taste for brutal action, and a super-secret technique that can take out any opponent, and how she got to be where she is.

Unfortunately Elle and Budd are out to stop her from getting to Bill and learning the truth about the attack on her wedding four years earlier. Getting to Bill will be an ultimately rewarding experience for Beatrix, but can she get through Budd and Elle first?

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Kill Bill: Vol. 2
About Her
Rod Argent: Writer
Malcolm McLaren: Performer
Malcolm McLaren: Writer
W.C. Handy: Writer
The Zombies: Performer
Bessie Smith: Performer
Goodnight Moon
Malagueña Salerosa
Pedro Galindo: Writer
Chingon: Performer
Can't Hardly Stand It
Charlie Feathers: Performer
Charlie Feathers: Writer
Sunny Road to Salina
Christophe: Performer
Christophe: Writer
A Satisfied Mind
Johnny Cash: Performer
Urami-Bushi
Shun'ya Itô: Writer
Meiko Kaji: Performer
Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)
Sonny Bono: Writer
A Silhouette of Doom
Ennio Morricone: Performer
Ennio Morricone: Writer
Il Tramonto (Sundown)
Ennio Morricone: Performer
Ennio Morricone: Writer
Dies Irae
Nora Orlandi: Writer
Paolo Ormi: Performer
A Fistful of Dollars
Ennio Morricone: Performer
Ennio Morricone: Writer
Il Mercenario (Ripresa)
Ennio Morricone: Performer
Ennio Morricone: Writer
Three Tough Guys
Isaac Hayes: Performer
Isaac Hayes: Writer
Il Mercenario (L'Arena)
Ennio Morricone: Performer
Ennio Morricone: Writer
The Chase
Alan Reeves: Performer
Alan Reeves: Writer
Ironside
Quincy Jones: Performer
Quincy Jones: Writer
I Giorni dell'ira
Riz Ortolani: Performer
Riz Ortolani: Writer
Tu Mirá
Manuel Molina: Writer
Lole y Manuel: Performer
Summertime Killer (aka Motorcycle Circus)
Luis Bacalov: Performer
Luis Bacalov: Writer
Invincible Pole Fighter
Chen-Hou Su: Performer
Chen-Hou Su: Writer
The Demise of Barbara and The Return of Joe
Ennio Morricone: Performer
Ennio Morricone: Writer
Navajo Joe Main Title
Ennio Morricone: Performer
Ennio Morricone: Writer
The Legend of Pai Mai
Quentin Tarantino: Writer
David Carradine: Performer
Can't Hardly Stand It
Charlie Feathers: Performer
Black Mamba
Wu-Tang Clan: Performer
Il Mercenario (L'Arena)
Ennio Morricone: Performer
I Giorni dell'ira
Riz Ortolani: Performer

User reviews

George Anderson
7/10

The eclectic mix of music, ranging from rock to traditional Japanese melodies, creates a dynamic atmosphere that keeps the audience engaged throughout the film.

Sarah Allen
8/10

The incorporation of Luis Bacalov's Summertime Killer during the flashback scenes adds depth and nostalgia, giving insight into Beatrix Kiddo's past and motivations.

Andrew Williams
7/10

The hauntingly beautiful track A Satisfied Mind by Johnny Cash provides a poignant backdrop to the emotional journey of The Bride as she seeks closure and revenge.

Donald Hall
8/10

The use of Ennio Morricone's L'Arena during the showdown between The Bride and Elle Driver adds a sense of tension and drama that enhances the intensity of the scene.

Michael Davis
9/10

The use of traditional Chinese instruments in the soundtrack adds a unique and authentic touch to the overall atmosphere of the movie. It effectively transports the audience to Beatrix's time training under Pai Mei in China, creating a sense of cultural richness and depth to the story.

James Miller
7/10

The use of Nancy Sinatra's Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) in the opening scene sets the tone for the film, foreshadowing the themes of betrayal and vengeance that drive the narrative forward.

Susan Turner
7/10

The evocative score by Robert Rodriguez and the diverse selection of songs elevate the film to a new level, showcasing the importance of music in storytelling.

Susan Martin
5/10

The incorporation of Ennio Morricone's haunting track L'Arena in the film's soundtrack is a brilliant choice that elevates the intensity of the confrontation between Beatrix and Elle Driver. The music creates a sense of impending showdown and adds a layer of suspense to the scene.

Mark Lewis
5/10

The emotional depth of tracks like A Silhouette of Doom by Ennio Morricone and A Satisfied Mind by Johnny Cash adds a layer of vulnerability to Beatrix's character, humanizing her and making her journey more relatable to the audience. The soundtrack effectively conveys the inner conflicts and struggles of the protagonist as she seeks closure and redemption.

Ashley Roberts
5/10

The eclectic mix of musical genres in the soundtrack, ranging from rock to folk to classical, mirrors the eclectic nature of Beatrix's character and her diverse experiences throughout the film. This variety keeps the audience engaged and adds complexity to the overall viewing experience.

Donald Scott
7/10

The instrumental piece Malaguena Salerosa by Chingon captures the essence of revenge and redemption, perfectly mirroring The Bride's internal struggle and determination.