Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actor: Greg Robbins
Director: Calvin Kennedy
Genres: Comedy, Television, Educational
Greg was a playboy gambling, drinking fool, living in the fast lane until God slammed on his brakes. Now Pastor Greg?s life really starts with new friends, a new life and a new beginning. In this family comedy premier, G... more »
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Victoria B. (Victoria-favs) from CATHEDRAL CTY, CA
Reviewed on 4/3/2009...
Christian sitcom - this is the pilot episode only. Pilot also appears on Volume 1.
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THIS MOVIE IS AWSOME AND FUNNY
Bill Munsell | Medford, OR United States | 04/01/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This movie is awesome and funny. With a great message. Very well written Greg Robbins totally nails his character. Delightfully funny and recommended for the whole family. Also checkout the "Behind the scenes Making of Pastor Greg" Produced by Bill Munsell. A behind the scenes look at how Pastor Greg was created."
What sit-coms should be
Jim West | Tampa Bay, Florida | 02/27/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"We've aired this program on our network. It was well received.
This is a great stand-alone comedy suitable for the whole family. It also is a pilot for an on-going sitcom which Greg hopes to produce. We welcome the effort and look forward to additional episodes. We all want to know what's the chemistry between Greg and Lori. Will the "Dude" get together with the "Dudette?"As a seminary grad, I appreciate the wholesome and fresh way Greg portrays a young minister. We are not all stuffed shirts, but real people with problems too.Good luck Greg."
Good, clean family comedy
Jim West | 02/27/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"There's nothing else like it available. Pastor Greg is family comedy that anyone can enjoy, yet it includes an openly spiritual dimension.Most modern sitcoms are openly contemptuous of family values; they resort to sexual situations and put-downs for their humor. This show is nothing like that. The humor is simple human comedy, like in the days of Andy Griffith and Dick Van Dyke. I give it three thumbs up!"