Yeah, agreed - Frankie's movies are not bad, they are quite funny - but they are for younger children. They are good but not anything fantastic. Big Fat Liar is no "Shawshank Redeption"!Emrysgirl said:
Frankie is filming Stay Alive during this summer's hiatus. It's a horror/thriller film and definately not for the younger folks. It's interesting to note, this film features a number of other young TV stars as well like, Samaire Armstrong from The OC, Milo Ventimiglia from Gilmore Girls and Sophia Bush from One Tree Hill. Stay Alive - IMDB Pageyardgames said:That is the reason why he didn't do a movie during summer hiatus last year, and to my knowledge, he isn't this year again (correct me if I'm wrong.)
More often than not, teenage characters (15, 16) are played by actors who are well into their 20s, sometimes even older. It's more unusual that the characters in MiTM are roughly the same age as the actors who play them.yardgames said:part of his problem is the fact that he still looks like a teenager.
I agree - some of the greatest television comedies of all time were made in the 1970s when swearing on TV was taboo - productions such as Monty Python, Fawlty Towers and Only Fools and Horses contained the bare minimum of swearing - they relied on pure situational humour.You dont need sex or swearing or things like that.
Personally, I find the Frankie Muniz films a tad on the childish side, I think he is going to find it difficult to move into "adult" films from his position.
Agent Cody Banks and Big Fat Liar were very good children's films thought, just not really a film for people my age