USA Today - 04/03/1995
"...[The film] oozes slapdash flash and snarky attitude....[Petty] is as infectious as her Boopish voice..."
Variety - 04/03/1995
"...There are dazzling pyrotechnics, state-of-the-art makeup, a lavish song-and-dance production, [and] nifty animation..."
New York Times - 03/31/1995
"...TANK GIRL is a comic-based movie with the flashy pop style of a real comic book....TANK GIRL has a likeable brashness..."
Premiere - 03/01/2005
"[A] delectable cult movie with an effervescent, disheveled, and drug-evocative charm."
In the year 2033, the world's water supply is controlled by Kesslee (Malcolm McDowell), a maniacal dictator who presides over the Water & Power company. Tank Girl (Lori Petty), a tough punk water poacher, struggles alongside her comrades to deliver the valuable resource to parched persons around the globe. But when Tank Girl is captured by Kesslee, he makes her work as one of his human automatons in the W & P mines. Her fate goes from bad to worse when Kesslee makes her a proposition: She can go free if she agrees to exterminate the ravenous Rippers--half-man, half-kangaroo beasts. But before she's forced to answer, along comes Jet Girl (Naomi Watts), who rescues Tank Girl from Kesslee's clutches. Now these two spunky chicks will do whatever it takes to destroy Kesslee and hydrate the desert planet. The film is based on the comic book by Alan Martin and Jamie Hewlett.
In the year 2033, an evil dictator hoards water in the Australian desert until a spunky, punky girl steals a tank and joins up with an army of mutant kangaroo men to restore justice. TANK GIRL is based on the action-packed comic book by Alan Martin and Jamie Hewlett. The alternative soundtrack features Belly, Björk, Devo, Hole, Ice-T, Iggy Pop, L7, Stomp, and Veruca Salt, and the riotous cast includes Iggy, Ann Magnuson, and Malcolm McDowell.
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Courtney Love executive produced the soundtrack for TANK GIRL.