According to Wikipedia, “Three girls, a down-and-out stripper named Trixie, a drug-running killer and ex-convict named Camero, and a corporate powerbroker nicknamed Hel, arrive at a remote desert hideaway to extort massive riches from a ruthless sword-wielding killer named Pinky, who is also a notorious underworld figure.”
The only problem: that sounds more exciting than what goes down.
This throwback to exploitation flicks like Faster Pussycat Kill Kill gets off to a rollicking start with a colorful credit sequence but then hits the skids from the first scene – a whopping 15 minutes of desert-set exposition with three babes and a sadistic weirdo (Hurst).
The movie clearly wants to titillate – with endless slow-motion sequences of buxom women stepping out of cars, girls making out, water fights and bad girls talking tough. And despite the abundance of style slathered over the entire film, there is still has no snap or attitude, and certainly no payoff.
You’d think a movie with so much cleavage could make good on a tease or two. (Summit)
— DENNIS WILLIS