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15 Pieces Of Wisdom From Kill Bill

Quentin Tarantino is famed for two things: a lust for blood and a way with words. His two Kill Bill movies contained just as many sharp lines as sharp swords and we've compiled the finest pieces of wisdom from the two-parter.

Think there's a perfect line we've neglected to include? Let us know.

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