17 Movies Like Kill Bill Vol. 1

In the year 1999, in El Paso, Texas, a chapel is the location where a woman wearing a wedding dress and known only as the Bride lies injured. Just before he shoots her in the head, she reveals to her off-screen assailant, Bill, that she is expecting his child. Bill then proceeds to kill her.

After surviving the assault four years later, the Bride makes her way to the residence of Vernita Green, also known as Copperhead, with the intention of killing her. Vernita now lives a regular life with her family in the suburbs, but both of these ladies used to be members of the gang known as the Deadly Vipers, which no longer exists. They are in the middle of a knife battle when Vernita’s daughter Nikki, who is quite young, comes home from school and interrupts them. The Bride makes a deal with Vernita to settle the situation by meeting her at night, but when Vernita tries to shoot the Bride with a gun concealed in a box of cereal, the Bride kills Vernita by stabbing her in the chest with a knife. Nikki is present throughout the murder, and the Bride tells her that she will have the opportunity to exact revenge on her mother’s killer when she is older, provided that she makes the decision to do so.

The police examine the massacre that took place at the wedding chapel four years earlier. The sheriff makes the shocking discovery that the Bride is still conscious despite her vegetative state. In the hospital, Deadly Viper Elle Driver makes preparations to kill the Bride by injecting a poison into her veins; however, at the very last second, Bill changes his mind and decides that it would be dishonourable to kill the helpless Bride.

 

Similar Movies To Kill Bill Vol. 1

    2003

1. Snatch


Franky "Four-Fingers" goes to London to meet with diamond dealer Doug "The Head" on behalf of "Cousin Avi," a New York jeweller and Jewish-American organised crime figure, after stealing an 86-carat (17.2 g) diamond while dressed as an ultra-Orthodox Jew during a heist in Antwerp. "Four-Fingers" stole the diamond while posing as an ultra-Orthodox Jew. After advising Franky to procure a gun from his brother, arms trader and former KGB agent Boris "The Blade," one of the other thieves subsequently…

2. Trainspotting 1996


Mark Renton, a heroin addict who is 26 years old and has no job, lives with his parents in the ward of Leith in Edinburgh. He frequently uses the drug with his friends, who are described as follows: treacherous, womanising James Bond fanatic Simon "Sick Boy" Williamson; docile and slow-minded Daniel "Spud" Murphy; and Swanney, "Mother Superior," who is their dealer. Mark Renton is unemployed. His parents support him. Other pals of Renton's, including the violent alcoholic psychopath Francis "Franco"…

3. The Usual Suspects


Dean Keaton, a career criminal, is currently lying critically injured on a ship that is anchored in San Pedro Bay. He comes face to face with a shadowy character that he refers to as "Keyser," who kills him with a gun and then sets fire to the ship. Arkosh Kovash ("kos Kovács"), a Hungarian gangster who was hospitalised with severe burns, and Roger "Verbal" Kint, a con artist, were the only two people who survived the fire the next day,…

4. Lock stock and two smoking barrels


Longtime pals and low-level crooks Eddie, Tom, Soap, and Bacon pool together a total of £100,000 in order to enable Eddie, a brilliant card sharp, to participate in one of "Hatchet" Harry Lonsdale's high-stakes three-card brag games in London. The game is fixed, and as a result, Harry finds up owing his buddies a total of £500,000. After that, Harry dispatches Big Chris, his debt collector, to make certain that the quartet pays up the bill within a week's time.…

5. True Romance


Alabama Whitman strikes up a discussion with Elvis Presley devotee Clarence Worley when they are both in attendance at a screening of kung fu films in Detroit. After that, they engage in sexual activity at his downtown flat. Alabama breaks down in tears as she admits that although she was hired by his boss as a birthday present for Alabama's boss, she has fallen in love with Alabama. They tie the knot. Clarence has a visit from a ghost of…

6. Rock n Rolla


Mob lord Lenny Cole dominates London's ever-expanding real estate market with the assistance of a crooked councilor and his trusted right-hand man Archy, who are responsible for the underhanded aspects of the business. Uri Omovich, a Russian businessman worth a billion dollars, is planning a fixed land deal, and the criminals of London appear to all want a piece of it. Uri's shady accountant Stella, as well as a gang called "The Wild Bunch" led by a small-time crook named…

7. Thursday (1998)


On Monday night, Nick, Dallas, and Billy Hill argue with a cashier at a convenience shop in Los Angeles, ultimately leading to Dallas shooting and killing the employee. They keep the murder a secret from a law enforcement officer until the officer discovers blood on the ground, killing the officer. In the wee hours of Thursday morning in Texas, Casey gets a call from his former business partner in delivering drugs, Nick, begging him to hang around for a few…

8. Reservoir Dogs


In a diner in Los Angeles, there are eight men having breakfast. All of the men, with the exception of the leader Joe Cabot and his son Nice Guy Eddie, go by nicknames such as Mr. Brown, Mr. White, Mr. Blonde, Mr. Blue, Mr. Orange, and Mr. Pink. Following a discussion on the Madonna song "Like a Virgin" and an argument regarding Pink's practise of not tipping, the party finally exits the cafe in order to carry out a diamond…

9. The hateful eight


Major Marquis Warren, a veteran of the Civil War and bounty hunter, is travelling to Red Rock, Wyoming in 1877 with three bodies that have been awarded to him. Because his horse is unable to continue, and because a blizzard is on its way, Warren takes a ride on a stagecoach that is driven by O.B. The other passengers on the train are John Ruth, a fellow bounty hunter, and Daisy Domergue, an outlaw who is being transported to Red…

10. The Departed


The year is 1986, and Colin Sullivan is in South Boston when he first meets Irish Mob boss Frank Costello. Twenty years later, Sullivan is recruited by the Massachusetts State Police (MSP) and placed in the Special Investigations Unit, which is commanded by Captain Ellerby. Sullivan is being trained to be a spy within the MSP. Another potential agent, State Trooper Billy Costigan Jr., is approached by Captain Queenan and Staff Sergeant Dignam about the possibility of participating in an…

11. Hard Eight 1996


A senior gambler named Sydney comes upon John Finnegan, a homeless man who is sitting despondently outside of a diner in Sparks, Nevada. Sydney is neatly dressed. He also buys him a cup of coffee and gives him a cigarette as a gift. John reveals to Sydney that he was gambling away the money in Las Vegas, and that he now needs $6,000 to pay for the funeral of his mother. John is going to Las Vegas, and Sydney offers…

12. Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead 1995


Afterlife Advice is a place in Denver where terminally ill patients videotape messages for their loved ones, and former gangster Jimmy "The Saint" Tosnia, in an effort to reform his life, manages the business. His old boss, a local crime lord known as "The Man With The Plan," has bought up his debt in order to command a favour concerning the crime lord's son, Bernard, who has been jailed for child molestation. His business isn't doing well, and his former…

13. Pulp Fiction (1994)


Hitmen Jules Winnfield and Vincent Vega arrive at an apartment to acquire a briefcase from a business associate named Brett on behalf of their master, criminal Marsellus Wallace. Following Vincent's examination of the items contained within the bag, Jules opens fire on an acquaintance of Brett's. He quotes a scripture from the Bible, and then he and Vincent murder Brett for betraying Marsellus' trust in order to get what they want. They give the briefcase to Marsellus, then wait for…

14. Goodfellas


Henry Hill, a young boy living in a working class Italian-American neighbourhood in Brooklyn in 1955, starts to take an interest in the criminal life and Mafia presence in his neighbourhood. He starts working for the local caporegime Paulie Cicero and his accomplices, including Jimmy "the Gent" Conway, an Irish-American truck hijacking and mobster, and Tommy DeVito, a fellow juvenile delinquent. Henry starts out as a fence for Jimmy, but he eventually moves up to more serious crimes as his…

15. Layer Cake


The main character, who goes by the moniker XXXX but is otherwise unknown, is a cocaine dealer in London who despises violence and conducts his business with the care and professionalism of a law-abiding entrepreneur. Morty, who serves as both his enforcer and his companion, and Gene, an Irish criminal who acts as his contact to mob boss Jimmy Price, are his two most important accomplices. Right when XXXX is almost ready to call it quits in the criminal world,…

16. Killing Zoe


In order to assist an old buddy from boyhood, Eric, with a bank robbery, experienced safe-cracker Zed travels all the way to Paris. As the customer is being driven to the hotel in the taxi, the cab driver makes an offer to find a prostitute for the customer later that evening. When Zed finally emerges from the shower, Zoe, the prostitute, has already arrived. After they have sex, they converse civilly and convey their feelings of fondness for one another.…

17. Big Lebowski


In the early 1990s, two enforcers for porn tycoon Jackie Treehorn assault Los Angeles slacker Jeffrey "The Dude" Lebowski in his home. Treehorn is owed money by the wife of a different Jeffrey Lebowski. Jeffrey "The Dude" Lebowski is a character from the film The Big Lebowski. Before they realise they have the wrong man and escape, one of the goons urinates on the Dude's favourite rug. The Dude goes to see the wealthy philanthropist Jeffrey "Big" Lebowski, on the…