Nick Schager Reviews General Education

Too derivative to be amusing and too earnest to be parodic, General Education assumes the form of countless other teen comedies minus any wit or drama. Tom Morris’s film revolves around Levi Collins (Chris Sheffield), a high school senior introduced nabbing a college tennis scholarship from a gay, ascot-wearing administrator even though his on-court skills are obviously amateurish at best. This accomplishment greatly pleases Levi’s demanding father (Larry Miller) and unhappy mother (Janeane Garofalo), but is jeopardized when he fails science and can’t graduate.

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