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S.F.W-Review By: Roger Moore

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S.F.W-Review By: Roger Moore

 

Directed By: Jefery Levy

Written By: Andrew Wellman (novel) Danny Rubin, Jefery Levy (Screen Play)

Score: Technical:  80, Story: 85,Acting: 80, Overall Score: 82%

            Cliff Spab turns from Burger Boy employee into media superstar after being held hostage for 36 days inside a convenience store. The terrorists hold the group of people hostage begins to pirate a television channel and broadcast all the action of the hostage situation to the public, every bloody moment.  Inadvertently turning those who survived into instant celebrities, some want to bask in the light while other just want things to just return to the way they once were.   Who do your average people survive an intense captivity situation and return to life in a normal manner, well there is only one way to find out….

            S.F.W. receives a whopping Three Skipped Beats on the Roger Moore movie scale, mostly for it’s incredible directing from Jefery Levy and the acting as well from such greats as Stephen Dorff and Reese Witherspoon and Jake Busey.  This is a movie that made its way to the underground cult status quickly.  It belongs in any cult movie fans fault I know it’s in mine, is it in yours?

 

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