If you like to see attractive women knocking hell out of each other and any man unfortunate enough to meet them, this will please you. The action is so extreme that it resembles the sort of thing Tom and Jerry would get up to. On two separate occasions I thought that people had died in explosions, only for them to turn up shortly afterwards looking a bit singed. So although the acting is mostly deadpan, there is comic intent behind it. If you are prepared to laugh in the face of death, this is very funny.
The film is more about action than plot. There are several McGuffins involved, and flashbacks provide a break from the three leading ladies being violent in the desert, mostly with more violence.
There is a lot of cleavage and leg, but no nudity. I am ambivalent about this. I would have liked to see the three leading actresses's bits, but that would not have suited the mood of the film. In a strange way, the film is very amiable, and somehow manages to treat its stars with respect.
The film was made by some of the people behind "Xena, Warrior Princess" and "Hercules, the Legendary Journeys". Kevin (Hercules) Sorbo has a part, but his sidekick, Michael Hurst, has a much bigger one, unfortunately showing more skin than anyone else. Lucy (Xena) Lawless and her sidekick are hardly recogniseable in cameos as nuns.
There is a documentary included that is almost as long as the film itself, and well worth a look. Michael Hurst is very funny in it.
If you have even the tiniest hint of psychopath in your personality, or if you have a sense of humour, this is well worth viewing.