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The film's producers took the unusual step of announcing there would be no sequel after it's disappointing opening. In a 2002 interview Pamela Anderson stated that she would not have been interested in one anyway and that the late decision to include nudity and more violence was a mistake. See more »
What are you doing here?
[holds up a cigarette]
Looking for a light. Got one?
I don't smoke.
[Barb shoots him in the head with a mini-dart from the fake cigarette]
Neither do I.
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A scene of an additional longer opening title sequence, which is just a longer video of Barb Wire dancing topless, following in the credits. See more »
Pam's got nice breasts.....and that's the end of the film
Barb runs a bar and is also a mercenary out for herself in the civil war. However when her ex-boyfriend Axel comes to se her she takes a job helping a scientist get across the country to expose a government cover up. However will she remain a mercenary or will she pick sides?
When people are famous for being naked that's pretty much what they should stay doing. Do we want porn actresses doing serious Hollywood roles? No let them stick to what they know. I'm not calling Anderson a porno star but lets be honest, she famous for having great breasts right? So how can we harness this star power? Lets put her in tight clothes in a futuristic remake of Casablanca!
The plot is a sheer rip off and still manages to be poor. It is only an excuse for tight clothes and silly big explosions. As a dumb Saturday night special it still barely cuts it for me, although it is noisy, if that's all you want.....
Anderson isn't an actress if it wasn't for a good publicity agent and a boob-job, she wouldn't even be offered the roles that Shannon Tweed gets! She doesn't convince as an actress as she can't get above the range required by Baywatch look scared, look happy, look sad, look determined, oh and poke out your boobs! The rest of the cast have nothing to do and it's a shame to see reliable bit part players like Howard and Xander Berkley appearing in this.
Overall it has some pretty explosions but really this is like a Playboy video it's all designed for the purpose of capitalising on Anderson's body.......why should we be surprised that it does nothing else.
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