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Barb Wire

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Living in the 'Second American Civil War', sexy Barb Wire works as a mercenary and runs a night club to earn a living. When a fugitive scientist, who bring with him the blueprints of government's bio-weapons, comes and hides in her club, Barb gets caught up in a deadly adventures that she had never expected to.
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Cinema Crazed
A lemon of a comic book movie with an uninteresting heroine, bad acting, and a bland humorless premise...
March 20, 2013
Los Angeles Times
Made with a wafer-thin stylishness that thinks dressing the Congressionals like storm troopers is creative, Barb Wire plods along, following one pro forma scene with the next.
February 14, 2001
TV Guide
We used to complain about Hollywood travesties of great books; now we're reduced to kvetching about movies that cheapen the comic strips on which they're based.
April 27, 2007
Reel Film Reviews
...a consistently inept and astonishingly dull actioner...
February 07, 2011
After a while [the] novelty wears off.
December 04, 2002
The most inane and inept hootfest (or, for that matter, hooterfest) to hit the big screen since Showgirls.
January 11, 2004
Time Out
The film's haphazardly edited, lacks narrative clout, and rambles on to a ludicrously extended conclusion.
January 26, 2006
Entertainment Weekly
The irony of this style, with its high-swank grunge clutter, is that it's too dissociated to have coherence even as pop; we're always aware that we're watching sets being photographed.
July 07, 2010
Chicago Reader
Its main source is a comic book, but it might as well be a computer.
April 27, 2007