A classic cult film. It's not hard to see why this film stood out, but a lot of its initial appeal has melted away. No matter how you look at it, by modern standards, the film is pretty mild, even dull I'd say. I guess Tarantino gave this one a little extra boost a decade or so ago, other than that, I'd hard to see why anyone would still get excited about a film like this.
Three nightclub dancers want to break with their old life, and they go on a rampage. They take a girl hostage and they come across an old man who lives together with his sons in the middle of the desert. The man is supposed to be hiding a big stash of money, so the girls try to scheme him out of his fortune.
The actors are pretty bad, and what was clearly meant to be risqué and edgy back then, is hardly worthy of exploitation cinema by current standards. But the tone is light, the pacing is slick and it's all about the entertainment value. Far from the greatest film, but there's some fun to be had here.