A LGBT movie for the "Glee" crowd (minus the musical numbers), "Geography Club" retains just enough of novelist Brent Hartinger's no-nonsense style to give it cred.
An affable if familiar high-school comedy populated by bright pupils, badly behaved teachers and amateur theatricals.
Cameron Deane Stewart, Justin Deeley, Andrew Caldwell, Allie Gonino, Meaghan Martin, Ally Maki and Nikki Blonsky are starring in indie teen comedy "Geography Club."
Sensitively done and consistently touching, the most endearing show of summer pops up on ABC Family.
New Line Cinema has made a deal with "Hairspray" creator John Waters to write a treatment for a sequel to summer 2007's hit musical feature.
Fresh off "Hairspray," Nikki Blonsky delivers an utterly charming performance in this satisfying fact-based story, about an overweight teenager nominated for homecoming queen as a cruel prank.
Blonsky went from being a virtual no-name Long Island teen working dishing out ice cream scoops to a leading actress asked to carry -- and sing and dance -- her way through a major Hollywood musical…
Director-choreographer Adam Shankman's buoyant stage-to-screen translation of "Hairspray" may not equal the comic zest of its 1988 root source, John Waters' first and still-finest mainstream feature.