S.F.W.
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Embracing the supposed nihilism and cynicism of the "slacker" generation, S.F.W. (1995) caused nary a blip on the media-saturated cultural radar screen that it criticized. Stephen Dorff stars as Cliff Spab, an aimless, hard-drinking youth. Spab becomes a national hero when he is one of several people held hostage by gun-toting terrorists in a convenience store. He doesn't care much about his own life or anything else, and his attitude of "So f---ing what?" translates into debates with his terrorist captors and gloomy pronouncements that charm viewers. After a month-long… More
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 12%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Self-important, simplistic, and rather irritating."
‑ Scott Weinberg, eFilmCritic.com
"The days when Stephen was cute, it's pretty hip!"
‑ Michael Szymanski, Zap2it.com
"Um filme irritante protagonizado por um personagem insuportável."
‑ Pablo Villaca, Cinema em Cena
"S.F.W. has a very apt title. After watching ten minutes of this garbage, you'll be exclaiming "S.F.W." yourself."
‑ Oz, Hollywood Bitchslap
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