The Younger Son and I watched Kill Bill, vol. 2, in which we actually get to see David Carradine's titular Bill, last night while The Husband and The Daughter were at church and The Elder Son was at work. There was much more narrative and much less action in this one. Directed by Quentin Tarentino, it stars David Carradine and Uma Thurman.
The New York Times calls it "the most voluptuous comic-book movie ever made" and adds that "Mr. Carradine is up to the demands of the monologues -- originally written for Warren Beatty -- and he soars with cunningly self-serving sagacity." Roger Ebert likes it better than the first one and gives it 4 stars. Variety has a thorough and completely positive review.