Greetings from the Shore (2007)

R   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance


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Still reeling from the death of her father, a young girl spends one last summer at the Jersey Shore before heading off to college. But when her plans fall apart, the girl stumbles into a ... See full summary »

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  • Jenny Chambers (Kim Shaw) takes a sunrise jog at the Jersey Shore.
  • Catch Turner (Paul Sorvino) questions the real intentions of Benicio (David Fumero).
  • Flip Dooley (Andrew Shaifer) tells Jenny (Kim Shaw) that it's time to shape up or ship out.
  • The Commodore (Jay O. Sanders) surveys the lay of the land at the Lavallette Yacht Club.
  • Jenny Chambers (Kim Shaw) tracks down her father's old friend, Catch Turner (Paul Sorvino).
  • Benicio Aceveda (David Fumero) reveals there's more to the foreigners than meets the eye.

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5 September 2011 | racingbodybldr
Good Movie But Lacks Credibility
Its a good movie if you want entertainment, but it lacks credibility. In real life, no one ever puts their college eggs in one basket, especially on an Ivy League school like Columbia and especially when they do not have the financial wherewithal to pay the tuition. A "real" Jersey Shore waitress would have applications ( and probably acceptances) from cheaper state schools and even community colleges where many working class high school graduates start their education in real life. I also find it hard to believe that her father, who got through three years at Columbia, did not make more of his life so that his wife did not have to work as a housekeeper.

It was interesting learning about the work permit process and the dangers described about life on a fishing boat bought back memories of the "Perfect Storm".

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