Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003)
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scenes are taken from this film
Avigdor Lieberman fighting the Crazy 88
Hatori Hanzo character is in both, and not a coincidence
"Son Number One" quotes
The scene where The Bride picks up her sword from the floor is a reference to this film.
List of 'to do' names.
A shot of The Bride lying in a coma, silhouetted against her hospital window replicates a shot from early in Citizen Kane.
The Bride versus Johnny Mo on the railing fighting
The fight between the bride and Gogo is a reference to 'Musashi'. Musashi, the hero, fights the villain Baiken, who uses a sickle, chain, and ball.
The shot of The Bride's toes during the "Wiggle your big toe" scene replicates a shot of William Callew's feet in this episode.
The Bride talking to her toes.
Identical shot of a finger ringing a doorbell.
The knife-gun exchange mirrors the introduction of Coburn's character
Arterial spurts, plus the last of the Crazy 88 is spared and told to go home to mother just as in "Yojimbo."
The introduction to the fight between Thurman and fox parallels the fight between Sinatra and Silva
The shots of Daryl Hannah walking down the hospital corridor with a big purse are right out of the beginning of "Marnie" with Tippi Hedren.
Was one of three films shown to Uma Thurman to prepare her for her role as The Bride.
The look of Honey West influenced the look of the DIVAS.
Yakuzas; fight scene between The Bride and the Crazy 88s similar to Tetsu fighting yakuzas; mad go-go music; monochrome and fight on color background in both films
The look of Modesty Blaise influenced the look of the DIVAS.
The Bride says that Sofie Fatale is dressed like a villain from 'Star Trek'.
Al Hirt's theme music for 'The Green Hornet' is heard when The Bride rides her motorcycle through Tokyo. The Kato masks worn by The Crazy 88 are also taken from the one worn by Bruce Lee on this show.
The axe to the head that one of the Crazy 88's gets during the fight between the Bride and the Crazy 88's is a reference to "Navajo Joe".
The bleeping out of The Bride's true name.
The opening shot is a reference to a similar scene in 'The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly' in which Tuco points a gun at Blondie, who is near-death from dehydration and being out in the sun for hours.
The music heard in the anime sequence when O-Ren's father is stabbed and the camera pans up to show the sword and the killer is music from the spaghetti western.
The overhead shots of The Bride in Vernita Green's house.
The film's theme heard when The Bride calls out O-Ren in The House of Blue Leaves; The extreme closeup of the eyes followed by a bright orange/yellow flashback of the massacre.
A score excerpt from 'Ironside''s theme music is used when The Bride sees one of her attackers.
Music from ''Day of Anger'' is heard during the fight between The Bride and the Crazy 88's when the screen changes from color to black and white.
the orange sunset sky behind the airplane, Tarantino took the look from the opening scenes from this film.
The design for the list of targets seen in the movie is taken directly from the list shown in 'A Professional Gun'; I.E. there are five things on the list, the fifth item is fully capitalized and underlined twice, etc.
The theme of 'Twisted Nerve' is whistled during the hospital scene as a direct reference.
The US version of Bao chou (1970) had some violent scenes in black and white. Tarantino said it was this that influenced him.
As explained by Tarantino in an interview
The men and women walking down the hallway wearing masks and carrying their holstered swords like Alex and his droogs.
The Crazy 88 fight on the floor where she attacks all their feet is based on Bruce's first fight with the school, he hits all their feet with nunchaku and they fall writhing in pain, just like in Kill Bill vol.1
The sound effect when the hero applies the deadly iron fist move is the same sound we hear when Uma Thurman's The Bride sees Vivica Fox and Lucy Liu.
uses the same music in both films "urami-bushi" and in vol 2 the bride rips out her attempted rapist's tongue just like in Joshuu 701-gô: Sasor
One vs. an army of swordfighters; The tongue being bitten out in the attempted rapeis exactly the same as in 'Lone Wolf and Cub: Babycart to Hades'.
Chapter 2's title is a direct reference to this 1972 Spanish horror/revenge film about a newly wedded couple that is haunted and tortured by the ghost of a dead woman.
The theme of this film is heard in 'Vol. 1', 'M10' when The Bride lay in the Pussy Wagon trying to wiggle her big toe, and 'Parte Prima' during the animated sequence.
The Bride being choked by Gogo's chain is mirrored in 'Black Mama' by the scene where Lee and Karen strangle the warden with their shared chain; Score heard during the Crazy 88 bloodbath is taken from this film.
The fight in the snow is a reference to the battles early in Sex and Fury.
Elle Driver from Kill Bill and Madeleine share numerous physical traits (eye patch, long coat, pant suit). Also, several of the fight scenes in Kill Bill mimic this film, with slow motion and eerie sound effects.
The scene in which Vernita and The Bride stand deadlocked in a blade fight mirrors the scene between Harriet & Coffy. Vernita also uses Harriet's line from this scene; "Come on, bitch!"; 'Coffy' was also one of three films shown to Uma Thurman to prepare her for her role as The Bride.
Kill Bill uses the theme from "White Lightning" when The Bride fights the Crazy 88 at the House of Blue Leaves
The look of The Doll Squad influenced the look of the DIVAS.
Go Go's Ball and Chain hand weapon.
Many connections, including; both being female revenge films; the duel in the snow covered garden; the division into chapters; the camera angle looking up at the heroine's attackers looking down at her; the animated sequence; the song "Flower of Carnage", sung by Meiko Kaji who is the star of 'Lady Snowblood', is heard in 'Vol. 1'; In the animated sequence, when O-Ren is getting her revenge, the line "Look at me closely. Do I look like someone you may have killed?" is taken directly from 'Shurayukihime', except Snowblood says "raped" instead of "killed."
The theme from Three Tough Guys is heard in Kill Bill Vol. 1. during the anime sequence when O-Ren is on the top of the building.
The main theme of 'Truck Turner' is used in the scene where The Bride is trying to find the Pussy Wagon in her wheelchair.
Row of sunglasses on dashboard of sherrif's car - same gag in opening scene.
When The Bride's sword gets stuck in one of the Crazy 88s, the scene closely mirrors a scene in The Yakuza where the same thing happens to Ken Takakura's charcter. The overhead shot in this scene is also the same.
Elle Driver's one eyed look and personality inspired by the character of Patch in Jack Hill's 'Switchblade Sisters'.
Uses villain's theme from this film and character in "Kill Bill" uses a variation on the Flying Guillotine device. Uma Thurman's approach to Lucy Liu's character up the stairs includes her hiding on the ceiling in the same manner as the villain on the final approach of this film.
The tattoo designs that cover Boss Matsumoto's back and arms are taken directly from the tattoos Yozakura wears in 'The Tattooed Hitman'.
The character played by Martha Keller goes into a hospital and disguises herself as a nurse to kill Robert Shaw's character with a poisoned syringe.
The theme music of 'Champion of Death' is used in the "House of Blue Leaves" finale.
In "Kill Bill: Vol. 1," the hospital attendant 'Buck' delivers the line: "My name's Buck. I'm ready to fuck." This quote was originally spoken by Robert Englund in "Eaten Alive."
During the showdown in the House of Blue Leaves, score taken from the Priest sequence in 'The Invincible Armour' can be heard.
The score heard as The Bride is about to attack and kill Buck is taken from 'Murder to the Tune of the Seven Black Notes'.
The scene where Sammo Hung nearly strangles Angela Mao with a chain whip is recreated in the fight between Uma Thurman and Chiaki Kuriyama.
The scene where The Bride slices her enemy's weapon to pieces is taken directly from 'Snake in the Eagle's Shadow'.
Uma Thurman's yellow track-suit is a direct homage to the one worn by Bruce Lee in Game of Death (1978).
The Pussy Wagon takes it's name from the 'Greased Lightning' lyric, "She's a real Pussy Wagon".
'The Five Deadly Venoms' inspired 'The Deadly Viper Assassination Squad'; sounds effects used in 'Vol. 1' (Sword Swings, Axe Throws) are taken from this film.
The argument between Hattori Hanzo and his assistant is taken from a Japenese officer and his soldier stuck on an island who still believe it is WWII
The scene where the comatose bride spits.
The quotation "If you want revenge, you have to be willing to kill God and even the Buddha" is paraphrased from the speech recited by Sonny Chiba at the beginning of each episode of 'Yagyuu Family Conspiracy'.
The theme from "Yagyuu Conspiracy" is heard as background music for the "second reason" speech.
Stars Sonny Chiba as Hattori Hanzo. In Kill Bill, Chiba's Hanzo is a distant relative of the original Hattori Hanzo. Much inspiration for Kill Bill came from Season 4, including Lucy Liu's character O-Ren Ishii being named after Sue Shihomi's character O-Ren in Season 4.
Slow mo & music cue before Mrs. Voorhees' decapitation matches cues before Buck's achilles heel slicing
Tongue tearing from mouth to mouth scene
The scene where blood runs out of Gogo Yubari's eyes.
The "wiggle your big toe" sequence in Kill Bill pt. 1 is basically the same. Ellen Burstyn's character is paralyzed from the waist down as a result of an injury, whilst sitting in her wheelchair, she tells herself constantly "wiggle your big toe"...
When The Bride cleans the blood off her sword by swinging it, and also when she uses her fist to hit and stop the vibrating of her sword in a victim are moves both from 'Shogun Assassin'.
Daryl Hannah plays Califorinia Mountian Snake, she sports an eye patch and a smoking habit as well as attitude, a referance to Snake Plissken
The shot of Elle Driver leaning in close to The Bride's comatose body in the hospital, disguised as a nurse replicates a shot from this film.
Line: "If you encounter God, God will be cut."
Black Mamba Codename
the "old klingon proverb" at the start of the film was originally quoted by Khan in ST II
The shot where The Bride chops off Sophie's arm is similar to the scene in Tenebrae where Jane (Veronica Lario) turns around with her arm chopped. Both these scenes are in slow motion and both women turning around to their right side with their right arm missing.
The sniper scene with O-Ren in the anime sequence is an homage to this anime
the way johnny mo falls into the swimming pool at the end and the way the bride screams to the survivors
Michael Bowen dies of head trauma in a doorway in both movies.
Cimino's chaotic influence is all over the Showdown at the Blue Leaves. Totally reminiscent of the Chinese restaraunt shoot-out from Year of the Dragon, one of Tarantino's favorite films.
Silhouetted sword fight against blue windows
The Crazy 88s room in the House of Blue Leaves and The Bride coming there to get revenge.
The origin of the "The House of Blue Leaves" club's name.
The Crazy 88 wear the black-and-white suits taken from this film.
in the anime section the shot of the girl with her back to the camera and an explosion going off
Was one of three films shown to Uma Thurman to prepare her for her role as The Bride.
Lady Tanaka and the Yakuzas, and the Showdown with the changing Light Effect were almost exactly duplicated in Kill Bill.
martial artist left for dead comes out of long coma to take revenge
Scene where a character under a bed shoots a person in the foot, they fall, and they are shot in the head.
Gun hidden in cereals/Gun hidden in flowers
Uma Thurman impersonates Clint Eastwood in this movie, while explaining to a little girl why she killed her mother. i.e. "She had it coming"
Both Ninja Scroll and Kill Bill pay tribute to the "Akira Kurosawa Splatter Samurai" genre of Anime. Jubei, like The Bride, charges head on into a veritable army of sword weilding henchmen and carve them down with his sword in a cloud broken bodies and torrentuously spraying blood.
The Bride wear's Clarence's gold Elvis glasses.
In the scene where The Bride (Uma Therman) is talking with Vernita Green (Vivica A. Fox) at the beginning of the movie, Uma Therman draws a square in the air with her finger. Therman did the same in Pulp Fiction when she is talking to John Travolta's character.
The scene in which Vernita Green pulls a weapon out of a cereal box references the joke made by an animated Tarantino in this episode.
An assassin's last words to the son of Yuji are nearly identical to the Bride's parting monologue to the daughter of Vernita.
The origin of Elle Driver's name, because FTB (the making-of From Dusk Till Dawn) was an "L. Driver Production''.
During the anime sequence, the shot of Boss Matsumoto's teeth clenching and breaking is taken from this film.
The same animated plane flight map seen in 'Jackie Brown' is used in 'Kill Bill'.
animated O-Ren Ishii's murdered parents and school girl assassin shooting sequence also occur in Kite
The sequence where the Bride fights behind the blue-screen and we can see her silhouette, is a reference to the opening of 'Samurai Fiction'.
The references to assassin teams and the numbers they come in.
James Parks plays the same character in each movie
According to Shingon belief in Japan, the number 88 represents all the evil in the world. You can do a tour of 88 Buddhist temples to free yourself from all these evils. The tour of these temples is the subject of 'Shikoku'.
The mosquito whose blood-sucking wakes the comatic Bride is a reference to this film's monster.
Go Go's technique with the ball; in 'Noon', Jackie Chan ties a rope to a horseshoe, kicks it, and wraps it around his neck in the same way.
The animated sequence in Kill Bill was designed specifically to reference and mirror scenes from 'Blood'.
The theme of this film is heard in Kill Bill Vol. 1 when O-Ren, Go Go, Sophie, and the Crazy 88's walking down the corridor into the House of Blues Leaves
Gogo Yubari's mini-sword is a tribute to Takako Chigusa's jackknife; Chiaki Kuriyama wears the same schoolgirl outfit in both films; The scene where Go-Go stabs a man in the crotch and asks him if he still wants to "penetrate her" is a homage to Chiaki Kuriyama's infamous scene in 'Battle Royale';
The Japanese restaurant's shoji room scene, where The Bride fights off some of O-Ren Ishii's gangsters, was directly copied by Quentin Tarantino from Samurai Fiction's opening sequence.
"Kaifuku Suru Kizu (The Wound That Heals)" from this film can be heard when The Bride marvels at the swords in Hattori Hanzo's attic.
The scene where a crazy 88 is vertically sliced in half.
Tokyo cityscape miniatures from this film amongst others found their way into 'Kill Bill' and were an inspiration for it.
The anime sequence in the film is inspired from the Indian film 'Aalavandhan' (Tamil Version) / 'Abhay' (Hindi Version), starring, and ghost-directed by Indian film maker/actor, Kamal Haasan.
Identical shot of Graham/Bride looking at reflection in knife
the japanese wo says that he looks like charlie brown
Lorelai mentions this film.
The use of animated sequences.
Mentioned in dialogue by Sean, Claudia, Eddie and "Crazy Amy".
The film is mentioned by one of the characters
This movie gets discussed.
The poster for this title is featured multiple times in the game as posters and advertisements.
When Jordan Sullivan (Crista Miller) helps J.D. to quit the relationship to Neena Broderick (Julianna Margulies) there is a sequence where the two women fight with swords. That is a reference to the Lucy Liu/ Uma Thurman sword-fight in Kill Bill Vol.1 with the same music.
The main character 'Snake' goes on a rescue mission, and along the way has to defeat the Cobra unit consisting of 5 targets.
The game features a sword weapon called "Hanzo Sword" referring to the Bride's sword
Not only does GODZILLA FINAL WARS feature off-the-wall martial arts, but also features Toho's classic TohoScope logo (much like Quentin Tarantino's KILL BILL Vol. 1 featuring Shaw Brothers' "ShawScope" logo).
Hotei Tomoyasu's music from "Shin jingi naki tatakai" was used in "Kill bill Vol. 1", and used in "Les Dalton" to allude to "Kill Bill".
Talked about by David Carradine, Michael Madsen, and Vivica A. Fox (as Kill Bill).
"Kill Bill Maher" appears on the Googoplex marquee.
The Tokyo setting, the yakuza theme, the increased bloodletting, the swordplay, the driving music, and a one overhead shot towards the end.
X-2 and Counselor Dish quote The Bride and O-Ren exchange in the House of Blue Leaves.
Rory's friends hold an Quentin Tarantino party, in which several students dress as characters from the film. Rory is dressed as Gogo Yubari.
Animated Scene & Swords.
DVD-cover placed strategically in store
Miho's swords are the same ones used by the Crazy 88.
Referenced by Tarantino
Poster is shown.
A major fight scene shows Kham battling a extremely large number of gangsters around a multi-tiered staircase in Madame Rose's restaurant, referencing the 'House of Blue Leaves' fight in Kill Bill 1, which also featured stairway and tier fight choreography in a restaurant/bar owned by a female crime lord.
Theatrical premiere mentioned in documentary.
scene of severed Achilles tendon using the same prop
Momma's husband says to Dr. Namara that Momma is not beautiful in Namaras eyes but for him he is Uma from "Kill Bill".
"the Bride from 'Kill Bill'".
Toni, the main character in Liberty City Stories, wears a yellow and black outfit that looks like the outfit Uma Thurman wore at the end of Kill Bill Vol. 1, which in turn, was a reference to the same suit that Bruce Lee wore in his film Game of Death (1978).
The title is a reference to the title of that show.
The episode title.
In "Peasant's Quest Movie Trailer", before the Videlectrix Films logo and around the end of the film, there is the scene melee. One of the shots is of a man fighting in silhouette from behind a blue sky with a sword in his hand and around the end, he is struggling with the sword. The same scene is in "Kill Bill Vol. 1".
Mentioned by Quentin Tarantino.
Referenced by name.
About a female assassin, the film is done in a comic book style like "GWG: Girl With Gun"
The mission "Kill Phil" borrows its name from these films.
The gangsters talk about this film.
Cash has a poster for the film in his bedroom.
Video case is shown in a video store.
Francine wears the Bride's yellow jumpsuit from Kill Bill in the motorcycle chase
Music from the film plays
Pernille wears the same yellow outfit as The Bride does
Opens with prolonged stark black-and-white shot of dismayed female being lectured by offscreen male
In thought, a Japanese coed thinks the Bride is not so great and that she can take her
Referenced by name
Michael Parks reprises his character of Earl McGraw.
Abernathy's ringtone is the same melody that Elle Driver whistles at the hospital where The Bride is being treated.
The soundtrack cue that accompanies Bumblebee's transformation into a 2008 Camaro (Tomoyasu Hotei's "Battle Without Honor or Humanity") is the piece used to introduce Beatrice Kiddo in her yellow-and-black Bruce Lee tracksuit.
The film is quoted.
On Dr. Dakota Block's Desk in the Hospital lies a To-Do List with the Note to "Kill Bill"
Martin Brundle mentions the film while talking to Quentin Tarantino on the grid.
poster on wall
Swordsfight while "Don't let me be Misunderstood" is playing.
Title is shown at the end.
In the mission "Exchange", the snipers have the same outfit as The Bribe in Kill Bill: Vol. 1.
A character mentions the film.
the scene with the female lead's training
Donna witnesses the death of her mother in the same manner O-Ren Ishii witnesses the death of her parents.
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the Kill Bill film series in his review of No More Heroes (2007) (VG)
Femke and Claudia fight dressed up as The Bride and Gogo Yubari.
Player character has a sword fight involving waves and waves of fighters in a Japanese restaurant, like the Crazy 88 fight.
The two main actors are modeled after the Bride from Kill Bill.
Amber wears Uma Thurman's yellow jumpsuit with Japanese writing on it.
mentioned in dialogue
Strong Bad tries to disable the drill in the sun base with the Four Fingered Exploding Fist of the Lotus Knuckle maneuver, which is similar to the Bride's Five Point Exploding Heart Technique
The slow-motion scene with the main characters walking in the alley is a reference to a similar scene in Kill Bill featuring the same music.
In the music video montage at the end of Chandni Chowk to China there are a number of female swordsfighters dressed in copies of "The Bride's" yellow motorcycle jumpsuit.
Spoiler: When Eddie wakes up, it is a nod to The Bride coming out of her coma.
Audrey wears a black striped yellow tracksuit with sword in hand.
Matthew Belinkie compares the plot of "The Legend of Chun-Li" to this movie
When Candace (Molly Stanton) pursues Tucker. It's a reference to "The Bride" from Tarantino's "Kill Bill".
Anna's blood stained yellow wet-suit is a reference to the Bride's cat suit.
Brett compares "Ninja Assassin" to "Kill Bill"
Nicola fears that Malcolm will seek revenge on her à la this film.
Tribute to "The Bride" character
Katanas, female revenge plot element.
"Yeah, it's just like Kill Bill, if Kill Bill were a 1984 James Cameron film called The Terminator!"
Someone says "This isn't Kill Bill..."
Mentioned by a contestant.
Gaga and Knowles were seen shooting in a car called the "Pussy Wagon", which Uma Thurman's character drove in the film
Mentioned by DiNozzo and McCadden.
DVD cover shown.
Samurai Sword is a Hanzo sword
There is a Go Go Yubari law
Female Action Hero
Both begin with the protagonist being shot in the head, then proceed to begin a mission to find that person, involving a lot of death and destruction along the way.
Mentioned by Morgan.
Eliot gets a Hanzo sword for Christmas
Bonzo says, "I'm pretty much like a Hattori Hanzo sword at this point. Once you unsheath this baby, it's gotta draw blood."
mentioned in dialogue
Use of Quincy Jones' "Ironside"
Elvira asks if characters in the film were the same ones from "Kill Bill."
Christiane is dressed like the bride
Brad says the animated sequence at the beginning of "Priest" had more bloodshed than the animation in "Kill Bill."
The church in Ghost Town has a dying enforcer on the floor.
Honorable mention for top warrior movies
Vivica A. Fox is introduced as having been in "Kill Bill"
they talk about a different role which was removed from the script but would initially be played by Michael Madsen
Japanese girl with mace
"It's Pai Mei from Kill Bill is on this plane"
"They're being attacked by the bride from Kill Bill."
Andre mentions QT and Kill Bill
same whistle tune
mentioned in dialogue
Rap Critic mentions other films scored by RZA
Referenced in the "J Pop America Fun Time Now!" segment
scene of severed Achilles tendon
Jim teases audience member for looking like someone from Kill Bill.
"Kill Bill: Vol. 3" mentioned
Vikings intro in slow motion based on the arrival of O-ren Ishii and the Crazy 88's
says this movie is better than Karate Girl
The Bride appears in the "Give Us All Our Daughters Back!" digital short.
Christina Lindberg mentions it.
Main character Jason Brody references the infamous Kill Bill: Vol. 1's character Buck's line: "His name is Buck and he likes to f..."
Django's final confrontation with Stephen is reminiscent of the one between Beatrix and Sophie; beginning with an over-the-shoulder shot of him telling Stephen "You're right where you are" after he survives the final gunfight.
Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004) is the sequel to Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003).
Title is referenced
Nick asks Alex James a question about the Kill Bill Vol. 1 soundtrack.
Cover was shown.
Hommage to Tarantino
Nikki's lunch box was a prop used in Spy Kids 2, which was directed by Robert Rodriguez, a close friend of Tarantino's.
Footage from film is shown.
A clip from each of Tarantino's films to date are shown.
Clips are shown.
Extensive behind the scenes footage.
Clips are shown.
Clips are featured to illustrate the best movie fight scenes
Clips are featured to illustrate the best hospital scenes in movies
The film is talked about and clips are shown.
Quentin Tarantino talks about the influence the movie "Patrick" had on it.
The DVD menu is seen.
Clip is shown emphasizing violence in cinema
A fragment featuring Uma Thurman and Daryl Hannah is shown.
Director Intervention segment.
Taking #6 in the best fighting movies
Clips shown in a segment on The Bride.
Taking #3 as the top revenge movies
Uses making of footage
Sage says Kite served as inspiration for an actress in this movie
Clips shown and analysed
points out David Carradine
"My name is Buck, and I'm here to-"
Popular heroes presentation.
Number 9 in the Countdown
This made-for-TV movie features a spoof of the "House of Blue Leaves" sequence of Kill Bill: Vol. 1
Use of song "Battle without Honor or Humanity"; sequence uses identical shots and editing patterns.
The film has similiar music and action sequeces between 2 women
A hero in a yellow track suit fights a villain in a Japanese school girl outfit
a hand is holding a shish kebab in a yellow poster for a play called 'Sword Play' (a parody poster of the yellow Kill Bill: Vol. 1 poster with a hand holding a sword)
This is a spoof of the Quinten Tarantino film.
a sketch titled "Kill Bunny" with Jesus dressed as Beatrix
Spoofs Uma Thurman/Chiaki Kuriyama fight scene
This short film parodies the 2003 movie.
The Bride's sword stunt was spoofed.
The one-eyed nurse who tried to kill Hesus is a spoofed from Kill Bill.
Jesus is dressed as Beatrix
the fight scene with the yellow tracksuit
The film is a parody
Jean-Marc saws Gilles' head like Beatrix in Kill Bill Vol. 1
During the Masked revenge scene, black screen title cards are used refering to each character as a chapter.
Knife fight with sharpened carrot.
The episode title is a pun on the film.
Spoofed in segment "Kill Ramone"
In the cantina bar, Luke gets into a fight accompanied by 'Kill Bill' music and The Bride's yellow outfit in that film.
parodied during Redemption
Scene after the end credits spoofs Kill Bill.
The scene in which Kantmiss identifies her attackers weaknesses parodies this
Avigdor Lieberman as the bride in 'Kill Bibi'
A scene later in the film is an homage to a scene in this movie