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Geography Club almost makes up in good intentions what it lacks in technique and execution. Almost.
If the characterizations are perfunctory, the performances give them unexpected weight.
The film is at its strongest when Russell and Kevin face tests of their character brought on by their interactions with homophobic students.
Sweet, slight and frequently familiar, Geography Club, based on Brent Hartinger's novel about sexual identity among suburban teens, often feels as if it's circling its expiration date.
The idea here isn’t to titillate with tawdry teen hormones, but to offer an outlet for all that mental distress young people take on while trying to find their place in the world.

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