Greetings From the Shore (2008)
Greg Chwerchak's Greetings from the Shore stars Kim Shaw as a young women spending one last summer on the Jersey shore before heading off to college in the fall. While she mourns the death of her father, her plans change due to circumstances beyond her control. She soon finds herself in love, and in great danger.
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Critic Reviews for Greetings From the Shore
The story is thin. The characters are slight. And pretty as the scenery is, well, summer vacation's over.
An often charming romantic drama that outstays its welcome at nearly two hours.
That's harmless enough in this type of warm-weather reminiscence, until Mr. Sorvino, a real actor and a good one, shows up...and he makes Ms. Shaw and some of the other cast members look like amateurs.
This is a two-hankie weeper that doesn't really earn its tears. But it's a sweet little movie nonetheless.
There's a sweet tone throughout Greetings that endears us to the story and especially to Kim Shaw as the pretty Jenny, who has a promise to
Reasonably affecting despite uneven performances and a certain overfondness for familiar stock characters.
A pleasant coming-of-age story about an enthusiastic young woman who learns how to change her tidy life plan and to go with the flow.
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