The Bride wakes up after a long coma. The baby she was carrying is dead. The only thing on her mind now is getting revenge on the assassination team that betrayed her, a group she was once a part of.
Kill Bill marked the return of Quentin Tarantino to theaters after a six-year absence since Jackie Brown. For the first time, the director's film was split into two films, or in this case, volumes.
While we wait for the long delayed Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair, check out some of these trivia facts from the film that featured Uma Thurman as a lethal Hattori Hanzo sword-swinging force of nature.
And since we're on the topic of Tarantino, be sure to sign up for a Fan Alert so that you know when tickets for Django Unchained go on sale (it's going to be very soon). Django arrives in theaters on December 25.
Click the image below for a larger version and if you're looking for more Tarantino, visit our Screening Room for 7 Tarantino Films to Watch Before Django Unchained arrives in theaters.
Also, for folks in L.A., don't miss out on the one-night only screenings of Reservoir Dogs (Dec. 4) and Pulp Fiction (Dec. 6) at local theaters.