Left Header Right Header
Header 3a   Header Right End A Header Right End B Space
Header Left 3b
Movie Reviews Movie Trivia
FREE Membership MatchFlick Friday - Win Free DVDs

Member Login  [help]
Member Trends
 Top 10 List
 Exclusive Interviews
 Horror Club
 Zombie Club
Movie News
 Current News
 News Archives
Message Board
 Go To The Forum
Cool Statistics
 Member Stats
 Trivia Stats
Columns   [more]
 Have You Been Sp...
 But Can She Act?...
 They're Not The ...
 Time Does Fly Wh...
 Column Archives
Popular Movies  [more]
 World War Z
 Mission Impossible 4
 Twilight Breaking Dawn
Popular People  [more]
 Leonardo DiCaprio
 Megan Fox
 Tom Cruise
 Join for FREE
 About MatchFlick
 Privacy Policy
 Guess That Scene
 RSS Feeds
MatchFlick Member Reviews

1 review / review this flick

S.F.W. 1994

From Amazon: Stephen Dorff and Reese Witherspoon are slacker teens who discover that fame can be a four-letter word in this raucous send-up of the cult of celebrity. Featuring "hilarious moments" (Movieline), "brash drama" (Los Angeles Times) and an ending that "packs all the wit and satirical edge [you] could hope for" (Entertainment Today), S.F.W. is a cult classic…to swear by. Held captive for 36 days by terrorists who broadcast their ordeal live on network news, Cliff (Dorff) and Wendy (Witherspoon) have become national idols whose words are parroted by the masses. But when they finally escape, only to be hounded by...

Directed By:
No image existsJefery Levy
Written By:
No image existsJefery Levy
No image existsJames Foley
Stephen DorffStephen Dorff
No image existsReese Witherspoon
No image existsJake Busey
No image existsJoey Lauren Adams
No image existsPamela Gidley
No image existsDavid Barry Gray
No image existsJack Noseworthy
No image existsRichard Portnow

Buy on DVD

Member Reviews Add to Favorites A Favorite of... Buy/Rent on DVD
Subscribe to MatchFlick Movie Reviews through RSS Read Reviews / Post Review

S.F.W. Movie Review by Zara (1/24/2007)

Back in 1994, the only reality TV programming out there included The Real World and The People's Court, so watching S.F.W. didn't hit home like it does 12 years after it was originally made. It is in no way a great film, being riddled with flaws and over-simplifications, but the intentions of the director make more sense...

(complete S.F.W. review by Zara)

  Terms of Use | Press | Contact Us
Partnership and Advertising Opportunities | Movie Database | Merchandise

©2004-2017 MatchFlick®. All rights reserved.

Web Analytics