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A coming of age story about a teenager working at an extreme sports camp as a dishwasher and his relationship with the chef, who we come to find out was a skateboarding pioneer back in the day. Set at a fully operational extreme sports camp in Temecula, CA called Point X Camp. Written by
The Movie Gallery here only had one copy of the DVD. I would have thought that kind of movie would have a lot of appeal to the younger audiences of skateboarders. Come one guys!
We all really liked DishDogz because it did not have cursing or killing or anything like that. Michelle Lombardo (she was the swimsuit model in the film) was easy on the eyes to say the least.
Haylie Duff plays a really sweet girl. I'm not sure if she'll ever be able to get past the fact of her sister's huge success. But you never know about these things. She does a really good job here with this part. Want to see more movies with her.
Luke Perry must not be used to being the "old guy" in a movie but he did it well. Laid back and cool without being out of it.
Marshall Allman did a really good job as the outsider trying to fit in. I specially liked Tim DePriest as Malone. Every movie needs a guy full of himself that gets his at the end. Without a bad guy, you cannot have a good guy. Tim played the part well as a skateboard snob who is so impressed with himself that he cannot be charming and so we do not feel bad for what happens to him.
I think everyone will like the Dish Dogz. They pull pranks on each other without being mean. Way to go guys! And the camp counselor was just perfect for the part. Haven't you seen guys like that? Well done!
The camera work on the stunts was great! The location was awesome!
It is a predictable movie but still very enjoyable!
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