The idea to make the whole world upside down in terms of sexuality is more than luring. It could have been a very good film. But it's not :(
Well, acting is far from good. Some people behave odd and artificial in front of cameras (just to mention Brad's parents). Some dialogues are wooden and really boring.
I also don't buy Mr.Keitch as a professor - I hope I will look as young in my early 40's as he did in his. If you decide to move your action back in time, you have two options. Either you hire two actors to play the part or you invest more in make-up.
The plot is sometimes not clear - the whole thing with one of the students? First he seems to hit on our boring professor, and then? He says he's not gay...Hmmm.
Or the one with brothers. Brad goes back in time, but we don't meet his siblings. As if he suddenly became the only child. The only scene where we actually see the oldest bro is almost at the end. Strange.
I do believe that the authors had good intentions. Unfortunately, the result is far from being good.