Tank Girl

Tank Girl

Based on the British cult comic-strip, our tank-riding anti-heroine fights a mega-corporation, which controls the world's water supply.

After a comet disrupts the rain cycle of Earth, the planet has become a desolate, barren desert by the year 2033. The movie follows a tank-riding anti-heroine as she fights a mega-corporation, which controls the world's water supply. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Tank Girl torrent reviews

Aiu N (ru) wrote: Ambitious with performances being very natural. Thought provoking but only patient viewers will appreciate this little film.

Dayra D (nl) wrote: it's a very funny movie, however not as funny as once expected

Sam D (us) wrote: A charming story, endearing characters and peerless animation total up to the best Pixar short ever.

Kase V (es) wrote: Giamatti's manic self-loathing is the films' greatest aspect, but Payne has written and directed a mature and humorous drama.

J (ru) wrote: Best movie ever.... my favourite of all time!!!!

Kevin X (gb) wrote: Clerks shines brightest in no budget cinema

WS W (fr) wrote: Oh, Catherine Deneuve was so lithe, & Vincent Perez was such graceful, back then.

Evan H (mx) wrote: i like this movie a lot.

Ethan R (es) wrote: That wasn't very funny.

Pavan R (nl) wrote: Well captured journey of the escape and the gruelling long trek through harsh terrain. Good performances

Denise P (ca) wrote: Brilliantly performed, powerfully moving and rich with an amiable summertime feel, The Way, Way Back is an acutely distressing yet emotionally comforting underdog story that treats its protagonist -- and the audience -- with the warmth and compassion they truly deserve.

Roxanne D (kr) wrote: I think I liked this. It was about overcoming fear just as much as it was about bullying and bullies. As much as it hurts to be bullied, its equally painful to return violence with violence, which is why Moira hurt herself in order to inflict pain on her tormentors. Violent reciprocation is futile and meaningless: it only fuels anger, vengeance, and pain. I'm not sure what to make of the martyred conclusion? On the one hand Lincoln defeats Moira by displaying courage that notably contrasts with his earlier cowardice, but on the other hand, his stand is an act of suicide. It could be read as a sacrificial gesture, almost Christly, but I think the film is suggesting something more troubling and ultimately inevitable?