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Meet Joe Bowers (Luke Wilson). He's not the sharpest tool in the shed. But when a government hibernation experiment goes awry, Bowers awakens in the year 2505 to find a society so dumbed-down by mass commercialism and mindless TV programming that he's become the smartest guy on the planet. Now it's up to an average Joe to get human evolution back on track!
Filled with razor-sharp sarcasm and outrageous sight gags, Idiocracy will make you laugh out loud whether you're an absolute genius or a complete idiot!
Really hilarious, but a frighteningly believable view of where society is headed in the future.Published 10 hours ago by Kitty
Don't take it serious and you'll enjoy a "dumb" movie. Also...don't go to a fast food drive-thru after watching the movie, it will make you feel like the movie is on to... Read morePublished 22 hours ago by Elden S Skloss
Satire that in my mind accurately depicts where the world is going today.Published 2 days ago by Joseph Sinyard
One of my favorite movies. It is suppose to be a comedy, but it is very close to the truth...Published 2 days ago by YouShallNotPass
I really liked the idea and concept of the movie. It does present some interesting sociological questions. Other than that, though, this movie is a stinker. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Bence Brown
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|Please request that Idiocracy come to Blu-ray!!||
I agree. The dvd version itself was in full screen too, so that lessened the experience. A full complete edition in high definition would be perfect.
Jan 18, 2010 by A. Chan | See all 32 posts
It boils down to people being willing to pay that, I guess. More evidence of idiocracy in action, perhaps?
Mar 22, 2007 by Jason Mierek | See all 5 posts