Geography Club

Geography Club

DVD - 2014
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Sixteen-year-old Russell is going on dates with girls while nurturing a secret relationship with star quarterback Kevin, who will do anything to prevent his teammates from finding out. Min and Terese tell everyone that they're just best friends. And then there's Ike, who can't figure out who he is or who he wants to be. Finding the truth too hard to hide, they decide to form a Geography Club, thinking nobody else would want to join. However, their secrets may soon be discovered.
Publisher: Philadelphia, PA : Breaking Glass Pictures, [2014]
Edition: Widescreen edition
Branch Call Number: DVD GEOGR
Characteristics: video file,DVD video,region 1
1 videodisc (approximately 83 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in


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Apr 24, 2017

While this film is cute or charming, and certainly riffs well on some teen angst LGBT themes, it feels underdeveloped: They cut way too much from the book so it would fit the (rather limited) 83 minute run time. Scott Bakula is woefully underutilized as Kevin's dad, but the DVD includes a nice making of interview with the novel's author.

Mar 29, 2015

Really forgettable high school fluff that isn't bad viewing if you're in the mood for some TV-like gay themed entertainment.

Dec 22, 2014

It's like a good episode of Degrassi... mediocre at best. It's work a look, but I don't think I'd even remember this movie in a month.

Oct 15, 2014

Have to say I liked the book better because it seemed to have a better grasp of what it is like for a closeted gay teen (or just a teen outcast in general) and the serious consequences that can happen when a kid is either outed, or out's himself. That being said, despite it's Glee-like take on high school, it's a good movie and presents a fairly positive spin on the gay teen movie.

Oct 11, 2014

Read the book. The movie cut way too much out of the story to where you barely had any idea what the relationships between the characters might be. Save yourself the time and read the book instead.

Oct 08, 2014

Realistic portrayal of the trials, tribulations and joys of being gay as a teenager. To come out or not? Each needs to decide while paying the price (good and bad).

I particularly liked the last part of the film which conveyed both the excitement and fear of Russell as his team decided to become the club they really were. Great portrayal of support and humorous video of 2 Dads which all the class seemed to enjoy at the end (pro gay or not).


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