Waking up from an army experiment 500 years in the future, Joe Bauers (Wilson) is amazed to find out that the world is full of automation, garbage, and Idiocracy. While back in his day he was just an Average Joe, Joe is now considered the
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD has milky blacks, but the image is generally sharp. Shadow delineation is not great, as details in the shadows are difficult to make out. Colors are well saturated, but fleshtones look plugged-up. Edge enhancement is not a problem, but pixilation can make the image look artificial. (Danny Richelieu)
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