Director: Mike Judge Cast: Luke Wilson, Maya Rudolph, Dax Shepard

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Mike Judge wrote and directed this offbeat sci-fi comedy which gives a new meaning to the expression "people are getting dumber all the time." In 2005, Pvt. Joe Bowers (Luke Wilson) is a soldier chosen to take part in a secret military scientific experiment in which he will be put into induced hibernation for one year, along with a woman named Rita (Maya Rudolph). Bowers is chosen for the assignment because he is statistically the most average man in the Army, while Rita is a hooker ordered to do some community service; however, Bowers and Rita are forgotten when the military base where the experiment took place is closed down, and when they wake up in the year 2505, Bowers finds himself living in a society where intelligence has taken such a landslide he's now the smartest man in the world. Can Bowers save America from its own remarkable stupidity, and he can he get the dunderheads around him to believe what he says? Produced under the title 3001, Idiocracy also stars Dax Shepard as Bowers's numb-skull lawyer, Stephen Root as a judge, and Terry Crews as Camacho, a former porn star and professional wrestler who is now president of the United States.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/09/2007
UPC: 0024543401797
Original Release: 2006
Rating: R
Source: 20th Century Fox
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:27:00
Sales rank: 2,952

Special Features

5 unrated and deleted scenes!

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Luke Wilson Pvt. Joe Bauers
Maya Rudolph Rita
Dax Shepard Frito
Terry Crews President Camacho
Anthony 'Citric' Campos Secretary of Defense
David Herman Secretary of State
Sara Rue Attorney General
Stephen Root Judge
Andrew Wilson Beef Supreme
Brad "Scarface" Jordan Uprgrayedd
Thomas Haden Church Brawndo CEO
Earl Mann Narrator
Justin Long Doctor
Sonny Castillo Prosecutor
Kevin S. McAfee Bailiff
Robert Musgrave Sgt. Keller
Michael McCafferty Officer Collins
Ryan Melton Hospital Technician
Heath Jones Cop #1
Patrick Fischler Yuppie Husband
Eli Muñoz Horny Guy
Darlene Hunt Yuppie Wife
Ryan Ransdell Trashy Guy
Melissa Sweet Slutty Girl
Valerie Posas New Slutty Girl
Wes Davis Trashy Teen Jock
Kevin Klee Ow! My Balls! Guy
Turk Pipkin Guy at Costco
Heather Kafka Woman at Carl's Jr.
Randal Reeder Secret Service Thug
Lidia Porto Female Reporter
Greg Pitts Cameraman
Mitch Baker Doctor With Trashy Guy
Daniel Smith Control Room Director
Chris Warner Cop at Costco
Lonnie Nelson Trapped Man
Danny Cochran Secretary of Education
Marcos Martinez Rios Secret Service Thug #2
Jason Konopisos Cop at Government Center
Greg Kelly Stadium Guard
Derek Southers Male FOX Newscaster
Melissa Dawn Female FOX Newscaster
Brendan Hill Secretary of Energy
Roman Ramos Congressman #2
Mark Turner Officer
Christopher M. Campos Congressman #1
Lawrence Castillo Prison Guard #3
Richard Reeder Prison Guard #2
Jason Schaefer Prison Guard #1/Costco Greeter
Joseph Cheatham Doctor in Waiting Room
Melissa Espinales Counter Woman
John Dodson Additional Officer

Technical Credits
Mike Judge Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Etan Cohen Screenwriter
Darren Gilford Production Designer
Elysa Koplovitz Producer
Debra McGuire Costumes/Costume Designer
Mack Melson Sound/Sound Designer
Joe Montenegro Special Effects Supervisor
Rip Murray Asst. Director
Nick Navarro Set Decoration/Design
Michael Nelson Executive Producer
David Rennie Editor
Theodore Shapiro Score Composer
William Ladd Skinner Art Director
Tim Suhrstedt Cinematographer
Mary Vernieu Casting

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Idiocracy
1. Main Titles/New Evolution [3:23]
2. Extremely Average Joe Bauers [2:45]
3. The Human Hibernation Project [1:27]
4. Garbage [2:34]
5. A Whole New World [2:06]
6. Retarded Justice [1:26]
7. Identification and Intelligence [4:40]
8. Fugitives [:46]
9. "How Does Time Travel Work?" [5:03]
10. The Smartest Guy in the World [:52]
11. Secretary Not Sure [4:34]
12. Water [1:05]
13. Revolution [5:09]
14. Rehabilitation [1:25]
15. Joe's Plea [2:28]
16. Pardon [3:27]
17. Staying Home [2:48]
18. The Time Masheen [2:59]
19. A New Era [3:04]
20. End Titles [2:52]

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Idiocracy 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
MarianitadeCasanova More than 1 year ago
Imagine a world like that, Oh! I think it already started! It would not surprise me that in some years from now, the world would be as shown in the movie. LOL. CMC.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was expecting something more along the lines of Office Space as a satire, but this is not like that at all. It is almost sort of a adventure movie complete with dramatic voice-over. The future dystopia Judge created isn't supposed to be completely plausible. He just uses every idea about where commercialism and society degrades and takes them to an absurd level. This movie is supposed to be ridiculous and certain scenes had me laughing to tears. Office Space is more accesible becuase most people understand that environment so well. If you're one of those people that gets annoyed at our consumer culture this movie will crack you up.
Guest More than 1 year ago
OK, this is not the type of movie that I would usually watch. It's a bit uneven and some of the the humor is more vulgar than I usually prefer. I found this movie on cable and passed over it about 2 dozen times before I actually watched it. Once I gave it a chance, it is really, really funny. There are some genuinely hilarious bits and now we just can't stop laughing about them. I subsequently did a little research and read that Mike Judge's film was shelved by Fox and then given a very limited release and basically no opportunity to succeed. I think Judge did a really good job skewering corporate greed and the dumbing down of society and I'd love to see his director's cut some day. I was at a Super Bowl party last night with a few 16 - 25 years olds and their parent. We started discussing movies and this one came up. To my surprise, nearly everyone had seen it and we all think this film is really funny and worth watching.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Just see it. Nobody has skewered corporate america this bad and gotten away with it. Heck, Mike Judge didn't get away with it, Fox buried this movie. Not the funniest movie ever but still a must-see, and if you are a Judge fan (King of the Hill, Beavis & Butthead, Office Space) it's time.
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love it and keep watching it over and over, funnier each time
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Guest More than 1 year ago
After reading the synopsis, I was eager to rent the movie. After 40 minutes of watching the movie, I had to turn it off. I couldn't even bring myself to finish the movie. Poorly written. Horrible casting. Not smart. Not worth your time. If you're looking for satire that pokes fun at corporate america, society, and politics, look elsewhere. Even if you're a fan of Mike Judge, you'll be dissapointed with this film.
Guest More than 1 year ago
What was this? I mean, the first 30 minutes or so are funny but once we get to the future it gets really stupid and just not funny.