Poor Drowning Greg review

Poor Drowning Greg is a decent comedy with a whole lot of heart put into it. Graham Sibley is a real force as Greg. He delivers a tour de force performance that really captures the heart of the film. What Graham Sidley and the director Jeffrey Scott Collins does with Poor Drowning Greg is nothing short of admirable.

Marguerite Insolia as Peyton is a star in the making performance. Out of everyone involved in the cast is the one you could point to and say she could be in more mainstream movies throughout the future of her career, I really felt like I needed to highlight her performance in Poor Drowning Greg as the true breakout performance.

If you like romantic comedies with a twist thrown in here and there, you should find yourself in love with Poor Drowning Greg. It’s a pleasant surprise that will put a smile on most of its audience.

Overall grade: 3/5 stars
Written by: AJ friar

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