I was gonna post to ur prior comment but see this one posted afterwards. Either way, you will get both mgs.
You're just speculating, I know this because this film never had a theatrical release. It was straight to video, so virtually nobody saw this film until SB became a star.
I was young when it was released but it was shown in theaters. Maybe not in ur town but it was out there which is why I made initial comment.
2. How would u know only 1000 saw film if it went straight to video? You just dissed your own previous comment by suggesting you knew it was seen in theaters. Still unsure ur regards about Sanrdra (which is not a correct spelling of your actress name ~ DUH!) ... as I mentioned maybe in this thread or others ~ this movie star was Chong. The box wasn't changed till yrs later when Bullock became known (i.e. perhaps after the movie Speed).
... to showcase prior thread about comment from 2. Movie star was Chong. The box wasn't changed till yrs later when Bullock became known.
Click on the Release Date link on the main page. You'll see that this film had no theatrical release, so, it was never in theaters. It was actually made in 1991, but they sat on it for a while, then released it in 1993. It was 'straight to video'. This was typical of films that major theater chains has no interest in.
By far, most of the attention this film ever received came AFTER Sandra Bullock became a big star in the mid-90s. That's when it started to be shown on cable, etc.
These facts are straight forward.
I'll take Punctuality
Wow ur one of those internet chics... if u were a real person u would known that this movie was showcased in movie houses as I stated. Get off the internet and into the real world "Baby Boy/Girl" (sorry unsure which one u could be). You still haven't proven to anyone (except yourself) that this movie starred Chong as the leading lady and not that of "the one whom u missed spelled name"
Typical internet poser, when your argument is blown to pieces, you resort to personal attacks.
You do realize that your claim that this film influenced MTV's Real World is absolute nonsense? You're just pulling this stuff out of your backside.
I'll take Punctuality