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Reply #45 - 18. Jul 2005 at 07:08
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David is usually cast as either a nerd (Method and Red) or a bully (Monster Makers, Arizona Summer) and I think does equally well in both roles.  Thanks to the Spy Kids movies, Daryl is the more famous actor so he got the plum part in House, but I think David would have been just as good or better.
  
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Reply #46 - 18. Jul 2005 at 17:01
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David is usually cast as either a nerd (Method and Red) or a bully (Monster Makers, Arizona Summer) and I think does equally well in both roles.  Thanks to the Spy Kids movies, Daryl is the more famous actor so he got the plum part in House, but I think David would have been just as good or better.


I wasn't even aware that Arizona Summer was yet released.  It never aired anywhere and last time I looked I didn't see a DVD.

I did notice that when he was in Monster Makers, his bully role did seem a little out of character for him.

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Reply #47 - 18. Jul 2005 at 21:51
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I'm one of the few people who can claim to have seen Arizona Summer.  That's because it did play very briefly in my city a couple of years ago.  It was kind of a test to see how it might do in national release.  I guess it didn't do well because the film vanished after that.  I saw it twice, only because I like David so much, and was pretty much alone in the theater both times.  Frankly, it was pretty bad.
David, however, was the only one of the younger actors (including his little brother, Lorenzo) who had professional polish and was good despite a not very well-written script.  It's too bad it's never been released to DVD because it's the only time David has appeared shirtless (two very brief shots, standing in a crowd of other bathing-suited boys).

Btw, David had an outstanding appearance on the short-lived series, District Attorney, playing a murderous demon-child.  His performance was quite comparable to Connor Paolo and Jordan Garrett in similar roles on Law and Order, SVU.  The show was cancelled after only a few episodes so there's little chance for syndication or DVD release and the episode is probably lost forever.
  
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Reply #48 - 22. Jul 2005 at 08:07
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Reply #49 - 29. Jul 2005 at 01:16
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Reply #50 - 30. Jul 2005 at 07:19
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Reply #51 - 30. Jul 2005 at 13:24
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Thank you for those updates, Wildeboy. I am just now going
through all the 'Taken' episodes via Netflix. I would love to get
hold of a DVD, or even VHS, of 'Ciske.'  Smiley
  
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Reply #52 - 05. Aug 2005 at 01:39
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DSOB weekly update: only one film, but I've split it into two parts:

Respiro starring Francesco Casisa:


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Reply #53 - 07. Aug 2005 at 19:50
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There is movies look very much scary especially in first page of posts.  I like some scary movies but some I dont think wish to see.  I was only few years old when first time I seen STEPHEN KING IT on tv I think was on USA channel and it scare me so much I was afraid of clown for long time.

I know its only movie but it still can come in dream at night and cant stop it.
  
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Reply #54 - 08. Aug 2005 at 07:22
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Stephen King's It is definitely on my list of features, probably in the near future.  Clown House is another with scary clowns I'd like to do.
  
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Reply #55 - 12. Aug 2005 at 15:20
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This week's DSOB update:

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Reply #56 - 19. Aug 2005 at 01:32
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Reply #57 - 25. Aug 2005 at 21:27
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That picture in movie TAKEN is very much scary .  It make me think of ET be bad not good.

I seen good movie review about movie BLAUVOGEL but I dont never see it.
  
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Reply #58 - 27. Aug 2005 at 16:34
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Reply #59 - 28. Feb 2007 at 17:19
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What a thread!  As creepy as it began, the thread ressurected itself in the latter posts.

The "Sherlock Holmes and the Seven Dwarfs" treehouse snag is most interesting.

  
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