The Bride's full name is actually revieled in Vol.1

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lil bitchiness
Ok, so I might be the ssssslllooooowww one, and you might have all noticed this, but i havent till now.

The Bride's full name is actually revieled in the Vol.1.....twice. It isnt spoken, but it is written.

Many of you probably released this, but since no one mentioned it, I decided to.

For those of you who dont know it (lets hope there is someone that didnt know this cry) The Bride's name is shown, clearly on the tickets when she sets off to Okinawa and Tokio.


I did the screen caps of it.

http://img13.imageshack.us/img13/2460/PDVD_001.JPG

and of course to Okinawa

http://img15.imageshack.us/img15/1527/PDVD_1.JPG


smile

JackMode211
lmao....i didnt notice.....good lookin

JKozzy
Cool! happy

lil bitchiness
Also, bording times are exactly the same happy

dave123
new to me eek!

btw, has anyone noticed, that having watched KB2, and knowing her name

you can hear them say "Beatrix" when it's beeped out?

burlyman
yeah messed

SenshiNaka
Yeah its like when you hear a song the first time and dont know what their saying, then you read the lyrics and you can totally make out the words after that. eek!

sarahvma
Yeah - someone thought they kept saying b*tch and that's why it was bleeped out, but you're right about the lyrics thing.

shake zula
[email protected]! that was a good one, lil b...

zombieman
Can anyone tell me why her name is even censored out at all? Is it just a pointless gimic?

dave123
maybe it's to make her more of a secret and mysterious character? confused something like that I guess

burlyman
i guess partly cause when Q&U were thinking up the movie, she was just going to be referred to as The Bride.. like Clint Eastwood - The Man With No Name

shake zula
or just like the contents of that [email protected] briefcase in PF....

dave123
except the briefcase remains a mystery forever sad

burlyman
Which I think is a good thing stick out tongue

dave123
in a way, yeah smile but it'd be nice if we had a few more clues rather than guesses

roundisfunny
But isn't that part of its charm; the mystery, the speculation? I'm glad Quentin never "canonized" what was in the briefcase. It would take away from some of what makes PF (and Quentin) so special.

On an easter egg of the "Cast Away" DVD, Robert Zemeckis, perhaps to avoid having ten trillion inquiries about it, "revealed" what was in the package that Tom Hanks didn't open (a waterproof, solar-powered cell phone). Remember, though, that this is from the same guy who jokingly said in a 1989 interview that the hoverboards from "Back to the Future II" were real, and has spent years rueing it.

WindDancer
It was mention before:

http://www.killermovies.com/forums/f70/t28925.html

But lil bitchiness gave us the picture proof. happy

Great job thumb up

Maverick2364
Nice job finding that!

shake zula
ain't that a b!tch...

dave123
laughing out loud *laughs at Tom Hanks*

sucker... stick out tongue

fr34kas0id
Inside the briefcase is Marsellus Wallace' soul, taken out from the back of his neck, hence the band-aid

DarthLazious
Nice find.

Sadako of Girth
Yep...Nice one Lil!!!!!

eggmayo
Originally posted by fr34kas0id
Inside the briefcase is Marsellus Wallace' soul, taken out from the back of his neck, hence the band-aid
Yeah, thats just a rumour.

JohnnyBloom
hhmmm ... bit late picking this trhead up - but i'd never noticed it before!! well spotted!!!

although my friends mentioned that the flight times were the same!

Myth
Originally posted by fr34kas0id
Inside the briefcase is Marsellus Wallace' soul, taken out from the back of his neck, hence the band-aid

Wouldn't make sense. When the case is opened, Tim Roth says, "Is that what I think it is?" Nobody would say that to a soul.

eggmayo
Originally posted by Myth
Wouldn't make sense. When the case is opened, Tim Roth says, "Is that what I think it is?" Nobody would say that to a soul.
That's true, I don't think they'd say it to the Elvis suit rumour either though. Don't think it would be gold, as John Travolta swings the case round like it doesn't weigh much when he gets it out of the cupboard in the apartment.

Myth
Exactly. Maybe it is one gold brick surrounded by styrofoam. That would work. A bunch of gold bricks would be too heavy but 1 would only be like 15-20 pounds.

eggmayo
Originally posted by Myth
Exactly. Maybe it is one gold brick surrounded by styrofoam. That would work. A bunch of gold bricks would be too heavy but 1 would only be like 15-20 pounds.
I don't think Wallace would go to all the trouble of hiring two hitmen to go get it back though, it's not worth that much.
My theory is that the case is full of money, and the light is greed.

Myth
So in your theory the color of the glow is different from what you actually see? WTF?

Maybe it is Goldmember's metal penis. If I saw a big gold penis/key, I would say, "Is that what I think it is?" referring to Goldmember's penis. yes

Smodden
Whoa...good work lil b...

GreenFist
Ya never knew that o well then ok?

asoylentorange
Yep, if I opened a briefcase and found a giant golden penis I would definitely say "It's...beautiful..." =D

I've thought about this long and hard, I really have. I don't think there is anything that would actually make sense/work in the brief case based on the glow and on how peope react to it - "it's beautiful" - so I think that it's nothing. It's just supposed to drive us all crazy, because there's really nothing that it could be... I think the "soul" theory is kind of stupid actually

About the tickets: that is so cool. Good noticing. I have watched KB many times and never caught that.

unit01
*revealed,

GreenFist
?

FistOfThe North
Bill also says her name a the very beggining of the movie just before he shoots her in the head. He goes "Well Kiddo..it' s time for me to leave" or something like that.. then The Bride goes "Bill...It's your bay*POW!*"

Soth
Originally posted by FistOfThe North
Bill also says her name a the very beggining of the movie just before he shoots her in the head. He goes "Well Kiddo..it' s time for me to leave" or something like that.. then The Bride goes "Bill...It's your bay*POW!*" He calls her Kiddo constantly when he's talking to or about The Bride, but we're supposed to think it's a pet name

Elm_Psycho1428
before I knew it was her last name I thought he said like a childish nickname, like sport, kid

otho
good find smile
and btw whats in the brief case is a LIGHTBULB lol
nah ther are many speculations about whats in there
it must have been summin worth a lot but nothing worth so much to tempt jules and vincent to take it ?

Paola
I've just read that scene (briefcase one) always shows at Tarantino's movies

I haven't noticed plane tickets til now notworthy thanks sensei lil...

KILLBILLFREAK
Originally posted by Paola
I've just read that scene (briefcase one) always shows at Tarantino's movies

I haven't noticed plane tickets til now notworthy thanks sensei lil... one thing i noticed in QT movies he has a lot of the movie with trucks in them, like the part in KILL BILL{VOL.1} Where Beatrix is talking to Sofiie in the truck.
Jackie Brown- The part where Samuel Jackson is telling Chirs Tucker to get in the trunk
RD- The people went out to the car to get weapons out of the truck

/Has anyone else notice this/

Myth
There is also the beginning of Pulp Fiction when Jules and Vince are getting their guns out of the trunk.

And yes, QT is famous for his shots from the trunk.

KILLBILLFREAK
Oh i would have to re-watch Pulp Fiction again good looking Myth

dxhbk
Diamonds were in the breifcase in Pulp Fiction. The Band-Aid was merely to cover up a scar. From imdb.com:

KILLBILLFREAK
Also another thing about QT is that he must like Briefcases

Bardock42
Originally posted by roundisfunny
But isn't that part of its charm; the mystery, the speculation? I'm glad Quentin never "canonized" what was in the briefcase. It would take away from some of what makes PF (and Quentin) so special.

On an easter egg of the "Cast Away" DVD, Robert Zemeckis, perhaps to avoid having ten trillion inquiries about it, "revealed" what was in the package that Tom Hanks didn't open (a waterproof, solar-powered cell phone). Remember, though, that this is from the same guy who jokingly said in a 1989 interview that the hoverboards from "Back to the Future II" were real, and has spent years rueing it.
That's awesome....too funny.

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