During the preview, I wrote in almost the exact words written above (with only slight edits) about the film's content. I was fairly positive about the film, but I tried to carefully emphasize that it was a movie and not history or a documentary. As I said, it was still a quite horrifying film for many readers, and I wasn't trying to scare them away with descriptions of the film's content. Nonetheless, the preview's title (The Titanic: A Movie) was clearly self-referential, and it had caught me off guard. I was pleasantly surprised when the film was released in theaters, and I was not taken by surprise by its content or rating. I had expected that the film would be rated PG-13 and would be fairly tame, and that's what I wrote in my review, which was published on April 29, 1997.
At that point, I think I was the only person who wrote a review for the film prior to its release. I have since seen the film a couple of times, and I've revisited my old review in light of this experience. At the time, I think I may have gone a bit overboard in my criticisms of the film, which seemed fairly harsh for a 13 year old to write about a movie. At the same time, it was still a movie (albeit a terrible one) and thus I was writing about the film as if it were a real and honest piece of art. My pre-publication review of the film, like my post-publication one, is written as I would write about it now. Today, I'm a little surprised by my reaction to the film, but also by how well I seem to remember it.
But there's no denying that Friend Request has a sleek production value, which is a welcome change in this era when the most-watched, most-talked-about films seem to be made by a bunch of low-budget, Web-savvy Indi-pop-stars. It's also packed with colorful, wacky performances from the cast, especially from the young cast, who are either playing their first or second movie. Although the leads are kind of bland and the twist is rather implausible, it's fun to see them all do their thing. The two-hour running time leaves out an important piece of the story, a sequence in which Laura and Jake fight over whether their relationship was really over or whether she lied to him. But it's a minor distraction compared with the actors' sheer energy. Tamildeluxe is likely to become one of the stars of the 2017 film season.
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ABCD premiered across India in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu languages. The film was released in the United States on 2 June 2013. As per the Bollywood trade website Box Office India, with around 1.50 billion viewers, the film grossed 45.11 million in its first week. 827ec27edc