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Idiocracy

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Private Joe Bowers has just been an average individual all his life until he partook in a military experiment that transports him 1000 years in the future where he wakes up to realize he has been the smartest person afterall.
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rec.arts.movies.reviews
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November 08, 2007

So-so attempt at revisiting Sleeper. Unfortunately Mike Judge is no Woody Allen, nor is Woody Allen himself nowadays.
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Cinemixtape
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April 14, 2016

The film is completely unique and its sci-fi bent is fully realized in a way that some sci-fi films fail to capture.
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Chicago Reader
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October 03, 2006

The movie is bracing for its bile but ultimately more frustrating than funny.
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Projection Booth
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November 05, 2007

You have to love a movie that imagines a dystopic future in which the U.S. President is a former wrestler and porn star named Dwayne Elizondo Mountain Dew Herbert Camacho.
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AV Club
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September 08, 2006

Working on a sprawling canvas, Judge fills the screen with visual jokes, throwaway gags, and incisive commentary on the ubiquity of advertising.
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Cinema-stache
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February 28, 2017

Here we are, watching TPTB water the crops with Brawndo EVERY SINGLE DAY and a substantial chunk of the populace actively wondering why the rest of us are freaking out.
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Village Voice
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October 04, 2016

The whole film has a drab, somnambulant rhythm. Intentional or not, this is part of its genius.
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Suite101.com
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September 24, 2010

This demented look at destructive mass consumption barely approaches feature length. Still, Mike Judge dots each appealingly cheap scene with spastic sight gags and offers fiendishly hilarious, frighteningly plausible examples of cultural decay.
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Los Angeles Times
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September 05, 2006

Judge has a gift for delivering brutal satire in the trappings of low comedy and for making heroes out of ordinary people whose humanity makes them suspect in a world where every inch of space, including mental, is mediated.
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Window to the Movies
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August 18, 2008

Even if some of the gags about dumb people start becoming tiresome, it's linked to a sensation of discomfort that should make us legitimately worry about the direction we're headed in.
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Washington Post
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May 07, 2009

If the world is going to hell in any number of handbaskets -- as Judge so acutely demonstrates that it is -- you might as well hitch a ride in his.
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L.A. Weekly

September 05, 2006

It's a low-boil affair from the Office Space auteur that wears out its dumb-and-dumbest playbook early on.
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