Geography Club
Geography Club
PG-13 | 22 May 2013 (USA)
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A coming-of-age movie that tells a story unfolding in every high school around the country -- a story of kids hiding their true identities in plain sight, even as they feverishly pursue their hearts' desires.

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AniInterview

Sorry, this movie sucks

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Intcatinfo

A Masterpiece!

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Quiet Muffin

This movie tries so hard to be funny, yet it falls flat every time. Just another example of recycled ideas repackaged with women in an attempt to appeal to a certain audience.

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Roxie

The thing I enjoyed most about the film is the fact that it doesn't shy away from being a super-sized-cliche;

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imdb-92527

This movies tells a story of a teen coming to terms with his sexuality. What I love about this movie is its a very realistic story that happens in every day life. Its a really nice movie and I wish there were more like this. I totally recommend that you watch this movie to everyone... LGBT or straight. Its a good watch and shows real problems that people face today.

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hddu10

Yup, I would have to say "cute" is the best way to describe this entire movie. Geography Club is a reflection of modern teen high school culture, wherein pretty much all the actors (male and female) are beautiful to look at, dress well, and live predictable suburban lives. The fact that this particular film centers around the gay aspect of high school life, particularly through the eyes of the main character brings a slightly different side which most students may not know. However, all in all, there is nothing really profound or new being said here; just the trials and tribulations of a high school student who is trying to come to terms with his homosexuality, and figure out his relationship with someone he has a crush on. The production values are really well done and the acting, given the particularly light treatment subject matter (I've honestly seen heavier drama on this topic on television) make this just cute brain-candy. If you want a light, feel-good teen movie, this is a good way to spend a couple of hours.

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david-3165

You can tell from the opening scene what type of movie this is going to be and I didn't mind one bit. The handsome school jock is closeted and finding it difficult to hook up with anyone until he meets another closeted high school jock. A small group of nerdy types regularly hold meetings in a school classroom under the guise of a Geography Club, knowing such a group would surely be ignored by the rest of school. Of course they are the local gay kids hiding behind the sign. The handsome jock stumbles upon the club and is convinced to join. I think the holding power of this movie is the lead character played by Cameron Deane Stewart. He is very good in this role, very likable and very handsome. The story line is fairly slim on drama but the movie does redeem itself in the closing scenes. I must say I went in to this movie not excepting a lot and came our surprised enough to write this review and to say give it a go. Also look out for the cool cameo by Scott Bakula (Qantam Leap and later playing gay in Looking), in a very uplifting and rewarding scene around the family dinner table.

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josef9154

I related to the character and loved the movie. It is so good to have a new perspective of "coming of age" and i appreciate the actors so much. The actors truly did the characters justice and was so nice to see a movie that was not down played. I appreciate that so much! Further, we finally have a movie that relates to and represents universal love. I wish this is the way the world worked... universal acceptance and "no labels. " My favorite was Cameron Deane Stewart, who i Googled after watching "Bad Kids go to Hell," and did a fun little video search of prior movies. I'm sure most of you can picture me having a little crush on a straight character from "Bad Kids Go to Hell," and then coming across this movie where he is completely in a new role. As a gay male, i was ecstatic to see such diverse roles played by someone executed perfectly. He really got into character both times and i'm thankful i got to see him kiss a dude haha. Please do more and more movies... Straight or gay, i think this guy has mad acting skills. I wish he was cast as Alec from The Mortal Instruments. Blah- Please try to get on cast of a great book series soon for all of our sakes!

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