Ok, it's not "The Godfather" or anything. Nothing much went into the acting or such things. It's just another crappy mid-90's action movie. Or is it?
Not even close. "Tank Girl" is not about quality, it's about attitude, and Lori Petty has attitude to boot. Her constant puns and jokes could come off as annoying, like they do in the Batman movies, which have ended up aging about as well as milk, but Petty really pulls it off, with her Gwen Stefani style, dirty mouth, and a seemingly endless stream of energy.
Plot (not like it matters) is as follows: 2033, there's nothing but endless sand. There's even a shortage of water! All that's left is in the hands of a huge, evil corporation. So, as it has been and always will be, wherever there's power, there's protest. Tank girl and her friends are out to bring down the company, but a surprise attack forces Tank Girl alone to go up against all of her oppressors.
The style never ends. From the awesome soundtrack (including 2 Bjork songs, and Portishead's "Roads") to a very cool animated sequence, "Tank Girl" is sure to dazzle viewers who enjoy funny, campy, avant garde films. GO TANK GIRL!