The half-Japanese, half-Chinese American Army brat made her first acquaintance with death at the age of 9. It was at that age she witnessed the death of her parents at the hands of Japan’s most ruthless yakuza boss, Boss Matsumoto. She swore revenge. […] At 11, she got her revenge. […] By 20, she was one of the top female assassins in the world.
Kill Bill Vol. 1 (2003)
Uma Thurman as Beatrix Kiddo
I just want a Vol. III, Tarantino. I need to see armless Sophie, blind Elle and grown up Nicky go on their own Roaring Rampage of Revenge.
And the award for best ending credits goes here.
“Now, in these last agonizing minutes of life you have left, let me answer that question you asked earlier more thoroughly. Right at this moment … the biggest “R” I feel is regret. Regret that maybe the greatest warrior I have ever met met her end at the hands of a bushwackin’ scrub, alkie piece of shit like you. That woman deserved better.”
The character Gogo was originally written as two characters: the twin Yubari sisters, Gogo and Yuki. Gogo had almost no lines and after her death at the hands of The Bride, Yuki would seek her out, only to be killed as well, in the “lost” chapter “Yuki’s Revenge”. All of Gogo’s dialogue in the final film would have been spoken by Yuki.