Coming in at number two on a list of the Ten Best Films of the Decade (2000-2009) are Kill Bill: Vol. 1 and Vol. II.
Suite101 author, Brian Rowe writes, "For sheer entertainment value, nothing beats the two Kill Bill movies. The first installment is the brawn; the second is the brains. Volume 2 could have just continued with the same frenetic energy of Volume 1; instead, the great Quentin Tarantino goes deeper into the relationship between Bill and The Bride and delivers an ending that is triumphant and heart-wrenching. The late David Carradine exudes both charm and repugnance in his last memorable screen role, and Uma Thurman gives the performance of the decade."
Check out what other films made Rowe's list: Ten Best Films of the Decade (2000-2009)
A David Carradine tribute, presented by Quentin Tarantino, will take place at The New Beverly Cinema and The Cinefamily Silent Movie Theatre in Los Angeles on May 20-23.
The four-day movie marathon will honor and highlight Carradine's legendary acting career.
On May 20-22, the New Beverly Cinema will show "Kill Bill Volume 2", "Boxcar Bertha", "Death Race 2000" and others here. On May 23, The Cinefamily will be showing 35mm screenings of "Circle Of Iron", "Gray Lady Down" and "Sonny Boy." In addition, The Cinefamily will also be screening 16mm TV rarities in print and video. The night will wrap up with a closing BBQ.
For a list of films and scheduled screenings and to purchase tickets, visit these two sites below: