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Greg’s Guardian Angel (2013) : Written by Dan Conrad, Directed by Dan Kowalski.
Produced by All Things Random.
Starring: Greg Vorob (Greg), Elmer J. Santos (Angel), Caitlin Winter (Monica), Timothy J. Cox (Elliott Schmaven) and Jack Moran (Thaddeus Pierpoint Longshaft III)
***1/2 out of ****
All Things Randoms’ follow up to their web series Marty and Doug’s New Religion, is this sharp, very funny short about average guy Greg (Greg Vorob), who while trying to climb his way up the ladder at SPATCO, is confronted by his own personal guardian angel (Elmer J. Santos) who immediately gives Greg a lot of attention, and I mean a lot of attention. The angel is here to help Greg make the right choices, as they will determine Greg’s future. Everything starts out very well. For example, the angel first suggests that Greg wear a red tie to work, Greg does and in doing so, impresses his bosses at SPATCO, humorously played by Timothy J. Cox and Jack Moran. The angel then tries to help Greg in the dating department, but the angel goes overboard and Greg’s date with Monica (Caitlin Winter) proves disasterous.
(Elmer J. Santos stars in the very funny Greg’s Guardian Angel).
It all goes downhill from there.
Greg’s Guardian Angel is a perfectly timed and paced comic short, brought to life by Dan Conrad’s super fun script, Vorob’s endearing straight man, but especially by Santos’ zany, over the top turn as the Angel.
Once again, director Dan Kowalski keeps things moving nicely, while cinematographer Sam Elliot deserves praise for his solid camera work.
Information on Greg’s Guardian Angel is available on the Internet Movie Database.
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