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Alec B (kr) wrote: Excluding his strong work in television, Neil Marshall's post "The Decent" directing career has been rather depressing. Here, he has assembled a potentially entertaining action thriller only to fill it with cliche after cliche.
JustTee (ag) wrote: I love me some Ky-mani Marley
Jordan R (us) wrote: Great movie about Rock "N" Roll
Jamie L (mx) wrote: Hum drum okay ripoff of the Sixth Sense. It would do better as a straight to DVD movie or a TV movie than a actual major movie film.
Naomi G (au) wrote: A cute play-on-words name that is almost stripperish, Pam Anderson reportedly was tattooed with barb wire tattoos on her arms to honor her movie. I try to think of a situation that is analogous and only the Last Supper by Da Vinci comes to mind. In the case of Barb Wire, a somewhat deeper analogy must be made, deeper as in really, really, really, really bad. Obviously oriented towards men who don't get out of the house much, the strong female character Pam Anderson tries to bring to life might be appealing to girls wanting to see one of their own kind giving the guys the stick.It's the story of a woman living in a dystopian civilization and how she runs amok of the grand poobah of that society who, along with his lackies, dress as later day fascists. That seems to be the plot, but what the movie is really about is Pam Anderson doing her best to convince men everywhere to watch a sequel she hopes will go in production or maybe sell some calenders, or something, who knows where a movie like this will take you. Instead of doing all that, Barb Wire had the opposite effect on her career.The Hollywood guys looking at the contract for the movie must have thought it had all of the right elements, not reading the script carefully was their first mistake. It's a simple story that was the sole sustenance of most Italian Mad Max ripoffs, and by now it is very tired.Barb wire reminds me a bit of Barbarella, as a matter of fact maybe Barb Wire's full name is Barbarella Wire, getting back on track, Pam Anderson, if you can believe it, has the same problem Jane Fonda had in Barbarella: she isn't sexy enough to overcome the movie's other faults.
Tim H (nl) wrote: Basically a retread of the first one.
Kris W (ag) wrote: 'He couldn't live without a virgin's blood..... ...So a virgin had to die!' Follow up to Andy Warhol's Frankenstein, campy and entertaining but not as good. Roman Polanski has a cameo.
Adrin F (au) wrote: Nem mlt befejezs, de egynek elmegy.