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* [[ThatManIsDead That Woman Is Dead]]: "Miss Kopetski died in the War. I'm Barb Wire."


* OfCorsetSexy: Barb spends much of the movie wearing a corset that enhances her already-buxom figure. According to Pamela Anderson, filming the fight scenes while wearing a corset and heels was extremely challenging.

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* OfCorsetSexy: OfCorsetsSexy: Barb spends much of the movie wearing a corset that enhances her already-buxom figure. According to Pamela Anderson, filming the fight scenes while wearing a corset and heels was extremely challenging.

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* OfCorsetSexy: Barb spends much of the movie wearing a corset that enhances her already-buxom figure. According to Pamela Anderson, filming the fight scenes while wearing a corset and heels was extremely challenging.


* BigBad: Colonel Pryzer.

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* BuryYourDisabled: Barb's blind brother Charlie is tortured to death by the villains.


The film is based on the series printed by Creator/DarkHorseComics during their attempt at creating a shared comic book universe, ''ComicBook/ComicsGreatestWorld''.

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The film is based on the series [[ComicBook/BarbWire eponymous series]] printed by Creator/DarkHorseComics during their attempt at creating a shared comic book universe, ''ComicBook/ComicsGreatestWorld''.
''ComicBook/ComicsGreatestWorld'', which resulted as InNameOnly compared with the source.



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%%* BikerBabe* BikerBabe: Downgraded compared to her comic book counterpart.
* CallBack: Being a blonde curvy girl, riding a motorbike and using the CatchPhrase "Don't call me babe!" are the only references to the original comic book [[InNameOnly and nothing else]].


The film is based on the series printed by Creator/DarkHorseComics during their attempt at creating a shared comic book universe, "Comics' Greatest World."

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The film is based on the series printed by Creator/DarkHorseComics during their attempt at creating a shared comic book universe, "Comics' Greatest World."
''ComicBook/ComicsGreatestWorld''.



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%%* FanService* {{Fanservice}}: A film with so much that is only [[BestKnownForTheFanservice being known for it]]. As said at first, this is more a sofcore porn movie than an action movie.


And, considering the way the women in this movie are assertive, vital to the plot, and get solid screentime, and the guys are portrayed as douches or bad guys, you might have more of a point than you know. Hell, the movie passes TheBechdelTest, although to be honest that tells you more about the test than the movie.

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And, considering the way the women in this movie are assertive, vital to the plot, and get solid screentime, and the guys are portrayed as douches or bad guys, you might have more of a point than you know. Hell, the movie passes TheBechdelTest, UsefulNotes/TheBechdelTest, although to be honest that tells you more about the test than the movie.


And, considering the way the women in this movie are assertive, vital to the plot, and get solid screentime, and the guys are portrayed as douches or bad guys, you might have more of a point than you know. Hell, the movie passes the BechdalTest, although to be honest that tells you more about the test than the movie.

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And, considering the way the women in this movie are assertive, vital to the plot, and get solid screentime, and the guys are portrayed as douches or bad guys, you might have more of a point than you know. Hell, the movie passes the BechdalTest, TheBechdelTest, although to be honest that tells you more about the test than the movie.


And, considering the way the women in this movie are assertive, vital to the plot, and get solid screentime, and the guys are portrayed as douches or bad guys, you might have more of a point than you know. Hell, the movie passes the BechdelTest, although to be honest that tells you more about the test than the movie.

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And, considering the way the women in this movie are assertive, vital to the plot, and get solid screentime, and the guys are portrayed as douches or bad guys, you might have more of a point than you know. Hell, the movie passes the BechdelTest, BechdalTest, although to be honest that tells you more about the test than the movie.


The movie stars [[Creator/PamelaAnderson Pamela Anderson Lee]] doing what she does best - running around with the minimal amount of clothing on, and the opening credits involve a prolonged scene with Pam wet-dancing on a trapeze. There's also no small number of other women wearing very little as well, but honest to goodness mom, look at all the explosions and Pam kicking the asses of all those men; it's just packed with female empowerment!

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The movie stars [[Creator/PamelaAnderson Pamela Anderson Lee]] doing what she does best - running around with the minimal amount of clothing on, and the opening credits involve a prolonged scene with Pam wet-dancing on a trapeze. trapeze to "Word Up". There's also no small number of other women wearing very little as well, but honest to goodness mom, look at all the explosions and Pam kicking the asses of all those men; it's just packed with female empowerment!
empowerment!

And, considering the way the women in this movie are assertive, vital to the plot, and get solid screentime, and the guys are portrayed as douches or bad guys, you might have more of a point than you know. Hell, the movie passes the BechdelTest, although to be honest that tells you more about the test than the movie.


* MythologyGag: The whole "Don't call me 'Babe'" CatchPhrase was from the comic book, where Barb was LeaningOnTheFourthWall about Creator/JohnByrne's comic ''Babe'', which was accused of being HotAmazon BrainlessBeauty softcore. With the film starring Pamela Anderson, oh, the {{Irony}}!

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* MythologyGag: The whole "Don't "[[https://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/0/9541/1288084-shovelercolor.gif Don't call me 'Babe'" 'Babe']]" CatchPhrase was from the comic book, where Barb was LeaningOnTheFourthWall about Creator/JohnByrne's comic ''Babe'', which was accused of being HotAmazon BrainlessBeauty softcore. With the film starring Pamela Anderson, oh, the {{Irony}}!


The film is based on the series printed by Creator/DarkHorseComics, whose heroine was dark-haired and a lot less {{Fanservice}}y (unless you're into {{Biker Babe}}s.)

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The film is based on the series printed by Creator/DarkHorseComics, whose heroine was dark-haired and Creator/DarkHorseComics during their attempt at creating a lot less {{Fanservice}}y (unless you're into {{Biker Babe}}s.)
shared comic book universe, "Comics' Greatest World."


* MythologyGag: The whole "Don't call me 'Babe'" CatchPhrase was from the comic book, where Barb LeanedOnTheFourthWall about John Byrne's comic ''Babe'', which was accused of being HotAmazon BrainlessBeauty softcore. With the film starring Pamela Anderson, oh, the {{Irony}}!

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* MythologyGag: The whole "Don't call me 'Babe'" CatchPhrase was from the comic book, where Barb LeanedOnTheFourthWall was LeaningOnTheFourthWall about John Byrne's Creator/JohnByrne's comic ''Babe'', which was accused of being HotAmazon BrainlessBeauty softcore. With the film starring Pamela Anderson, oh, the {{Irony}}!

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* MythologyGag: The whole "Don't call me 'Babe'" CatchPhrase was from the comic book, where Barb LeanedOnTheFourthWall about John Byrne's comic ''Babe'', which was accused of being HotAmazon BrainlessBeauty softcore. With the film starring Pamela Anderson, oh, the {{Irony}}!

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