Having gotten a taste of college life, a drastically changed farm girl returns home for Thanksgiving break with her best friend, a flamboyant party animal who is clearly a fish out of water in a small farm town.
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Bud and Doyle are two losers who are doing nothing with their lives. Both of their girlfriends are actively involved in saving the environment, but the two friends couldn't care less about saving the Earth. One day, when a group of scientists begin a mission to live inside a "Bio-Dome" for a year without outside contact, Bud and Doyle mistakenly become part of the project themselves. The two must then learn how to protect the Earth and help the scientists complete their mission.Written by
President Bill Clinton's younger half-brother, Roger Clinton, cameos as "Professor Bloom" about 38 minutes into the film. His character presumably teaches at the film's fictional college, Arizona Tech. He can be seen wearing a shirt with the phrase "Thriving on Chaos" written overtop caricatured drawings of Bud and Doyle. After Jen autographs his shirt, he mentions to her and Monique that he's writing a song about Bud and Doyle. See more »
When Bud and Doyle try and get out the main exit in a Sherman tank, Olivia says that nothing comes in our out, not even air. However, a large crack under the "airtight" door is letting light in. See more »
We have to show the girls that we care about the environment, too.
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A hard hitting documentary about how an actor destroys his career
Sure, the basic premise for this film was absolutely ludicrous, it was still good for a few laughs (and I mean a few). Based on the failed and flawed experiment of Biosphere 2 (which I have been to twice, and even got to look inside), this film proves to be the hard- hitting expose of an experiment which was flawed to begin with. Follow Pauley Shore and Stephen Baldwin as they unearth the cruel and meaningless system set inside the confines of the dark and steely Bio-Dome. What a documentary to watch! Sometimes funny, most of the time stupid, this proved to be one of the last stands for Pauley Shore.
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