I watched Idiocracy last weekend, and thoroughly enjoyed it.

For some reason (probably the fact that the film is blatantly politically incorrect), the studio responsible has barely promoted it at all, so not many people have seen it.

"Wilson plays ordinary Joe Bowers, chosen to be frozen by the military in 2005, who accidentally wakes up in 2505 to find a broken-down, thuggish America where language has become a patois of football chants, hip-hop slang and grunts denoting rage, pleasure and priapic longing, where citizens are obese, violent, ever-horny and narcotised by consumerism, TV and fast food. Everything's branded, and people have names such as BMW, Mountain Dew and Frito. TV features the Violence Channel (its signature show: "Ow, My Balls!") and the Masturbation Channel ("Keepin' America 'batin' for 300 years!")." From The Guardian

Idiocracy has to be one of the funniest movies I have seen for a long time. Has anyone else seen it? Did you enjoy it?

Slate Review is here

Mike.
I might borrow it since you said so funny.
I haven't watched the moive ,and I really don't like American comedies.

I think American comedies are too noisy.I hope Idiocracy is not.
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I agree. Too much noise is silly. The movie is a little noisy and silly, but I think you will like it. In fact, it is a movie about just how noisy and silly the world is becoming - and how much sillier it is likely to become if we don't all start using our individual brains more.

I'm confident you will like it, despite its seeming bluntness. :-)

I will watch the movie.

By the way , my favourite movie is Forrest Gump.

Saw it yesterday, unlike any other comedy films I have ever seen.
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lol, but did you like it?
Yeah, I like it. 'cause it seems to me orginal. Who would have have thought in the future that people become so imbecile? I always thought that the future would make only go forward, not backward.

In the beginning, if I was not wrong, talking about having babies in movies, smart people don't want babies because of such as financial situations or else...I think it makes sense. At the end, Joe and Rita have two but dopey vice president have a lot....How can I forget that!

However, when his lawyer (forget his name) sitting on toilet, I felt a little bit of repulsion...