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Idiocracy Director: It’s Kind of Scary How Fast The Movie Became A Documentary

The similarities between the movie “Idiocracy” and the present day are a tad bit frightening. 

In 2006, Mike Judge directed the film “Idiocracy” about a future society on earth that is very unintelligent. For example, farmers and leaders try to grow crops using sports drinks and wonder why they aren’t growing. 

The main character however was forced into hibernation years before this tragic civilization arose. Thus making him one of the most intelligent people on earth. 

Earlier this year, the film’s screenwriter, Etan Cohen, tweeted, “I never expected #idiocracy to become a documentary.”

The director Mike Judge along with countless fans are weighing in on the absurd similarities between his fictional futuristic world and today’s generation and society. Of course we aren’t quite there yet but at the rate in which the younger generation is being brainwashed and 
stupefied it’s a possibility. 

Judge, the creative mind behind Beavis and Butthead, Office Space, and HBO’s Silicon Valley, told the Daily Beast “it’s a tad bit scary” how closely the film and real world now parallel each other.

“Three or four years ago, I started getting comments about it, people discovering it, and it just keeps building. Now every other Twitter comment I get is about Idiocracy, and how it’s a documentary now,” he said.

“At first, I was just thinking, yeah, that’s nice to hear, but then very specific things, like Carl’s Jr. announcing that they were going to have a completely robotic, non-employee store — and it’s Carl’s Jr. in the movie.”

“Then there’s this thing called the Fellatio Café in Switzerland where you get blowjobs with coffee, and we had the Starbucks thing in there,” Judge said.

“And then Donald Trump being in the WWF [World Wrestling Federation] before, and talking about his penis size. It’s just one specific thing after another!” Judge continued.

All of these coincidences are indeed mysterious and even scary to some point. Even Judge is shocked with how things are turning out to be. 

“It’s surreal. I didn’t want Idiocracy to get popular by the world getting stupider faster. I guess I was 450 years off! But yeah, it’s a tad bit scary!” Judge added with a laugh.

Let’s hope this is just a very odd phenomenon and the earth does not become like the movie.


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