Just like Sayuri, [Kill Bill is] a 'tondemo-eiga', or even more so. But one difference between the two in the love shown for Japan.
In 'Sayuri', you could almost hear the
director scoffing "I don't know Japan, and I have no intention of learning anything about Japan. I'm just here for the money." Throughout "Kill Bill" you feel the soul of an otaku shouting out "I love Nippon! I love anime and yakuza and Toei movies and Meiko Kaji and Nakano Broadway and Akiba!"
For that reason, you can forgive all the totally ridiculous over the top depictions, and even enjoy it along with the director. (Although I realize some people can't bring themselves to do that ...)