I've seen this before, but there's so much happening that it seems like watching it for the first time. Describing this movie aloud makes me sound like a mad man. The proof is here.
Not to say that Quentin Tarantino wasn't a visual director before, the pan from the ear cutting in Reservoir Dogs already established that, but the leap made between Jackie Brown and this in terms of visual aesthetic was enormous. Prior to this, his movies could've been in black and white and not lost their power, but to take away the color of Kill Bill would suck so much out of the experience. Tarantino did violence before, of course, but the…