Picks and Pans Review: S.f.w.

UPDATED 02/13/1995 at 01:00 AM EST Originally published 02/13/1995 at 01:00 AM EST

Stephen Dorff

This movie is so cruddy, so in-your-face ugly, so generally substandard—and so proud of the fact—well, sir, I'd rather spend eternity condemned to watch an all-cat remake of The Guns of Navamne than sit through S.FW. again. Dorff plays an attitudinous young man who survives being held hostage for 36 days in a convenience store. This makes him a media celebrity—and something of a nihilist. Hence the film's title, which is the abbreviation for Dorff's all-encompassing slogan, "So f—king what." You said it, buddy. (R)

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