Bio-Dome

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Motion Picture Corporation of America Released 1996

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Bio-Dome

Movie Summary

Director:
Jason Bloom
Released:
1996
Rating:
PG-13

In an attempt to prove themselves worthy of their environmentalist girlfriends two suburban idiots enter into the "bio dome."

Metacritic Score

  • 42

    Entertainment Weekly

    Even with the low expectations any reasonable viewer brings to a Shore flick, this rates only stupid-plus. The bongs-and-pajamas set, though, should be riveted.

  • 0

    Los Angeles Times John Anderson

    [Shore] seems convinced that the antics of his retarded persona amount to some manner of postmodernist anti-comedy and this makes the resultant boredom seem all the more pathetic.

  • 0

    Variety

    Neither the script nor direction lives up to the concept, and the picture evolves into a "Bio"-degradable hash rather than a zany sendup of potent issues and serious intents gone a...

SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Truly One of the Worst Films Ever

    1.0
    Pauly Shore is unbelievably stupid in this film and there is no real story in this film. All it was is stupid antics ruining an extremely important experiment. The fart jokes used are among the most disgusting as the two morons enjoying smelling them. And at the beginning of the film one of the two idiots chewed on the other moron's toenails, I just had to turn away from it. There was only one scene in the film that actually made me laugh, and that was the scene where the two morons went into the two female scientists' bed to sleep



    This is the worst comedy I have ever seen in my life.moreless
  • Love Idea

    8.5
    I really love this movie. Stupid but loveable.

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Bud: Whoa, whoa, whoa! Wait a minute! You guys aren't one of those freaky cults are you? Y'know, who dance naked and you want us to take off our clothes and feed us special punch?
      Falkner: ...No...
      Bud: Damn! We were so close.

    • Falkner: What do you guys want out of life?
      Bud: To die and come back as a leotard.

    • Mimi: Where'd you come from?
      Doyle: My mom and the authorities are still trying to figure that out.

  • NOTES (5)

    • Production budget - $15,000,000
      Domestic gross - $13,427,615 (107th)

      Domestic adjusted for 2013 - $24,789,443

    • Other production companies:
      Weasel Productions
      3 Arts Entertainment
      MGM (US distributor)

    • Filming locations:
      Santa Clarita, California
      Donald C. Tillman Water Reclamation Plant, Van Nuys, Los Angeles, California
      Japanese Garden, Donald C. Tillman Water Reclamation Plant, Van Nuys, Los Angeles, California, USA
      Valencia High School, Valencia, California

    • Taglines:
      1. Your dome away from home.
      2. Bud and Doyle are here to save the world. But who's gonna save the world from Bud and Doyle?

    • Music:
      Adirectional
      Written by Francis Garcia and Jeramy Nugent
      Performed by Fourth Grade Nothing
      Suburbia
      Written by Steve Poltz
      Performed by The Rugburns
      Come On Inside
      Written by Linda Hopper and Ruthie Morris
      Performed by Magnapop
      Psychobilly Freakout
      Written by James C. Heath
      Performed by Reverend Horton Heat
      Down and Through
      Written by Francis Garcia and Jeramy Nugent
      Performed by Fourth Grade Nothing
      Shoot the Moon
      Written by The Voodoo Glow Skulls
      Performed by The Voodoo Glow Skulls
      I Want Candy
      Written by Bert Russell, Robert Feldman, Jerry Goldstein, Richard Gottehrer
      Performed by Bow Wow Wow
      Da Da Da I Don't Love You You Don't Love Me Aha Aha Aha
      Written by Stephan Remmler and Gert 'Kralle' Krawinkel
      Performed by Trio
      By Arrangement with PolyGram Film & TV Licensing
      We Care a Lot
      Written by Steven Allen
      Performed by Faith No More
      George of the Jungle
      Written by Sheldon Allman, Stan Worth and Jay Ward
      End of the World
      Written by Gaborno
      Performed by X-Members
      Simplicity
      Written by Jasmine Kostraba
      Performed by Frogtown
      Don't Wanna Behave
      Written by Rogers, Schwartz, Hammon, Goodell, Weiss and Hammon
      Performed by Dance Hall Crashers
      Spiderman Theme
      Written by Bob Harris and Paul Francis Webster
      Performed by Ramones
      World Destruction
      Written by Bill Laswell and Afrika Bambaataa
      Performed by Time Zone
      Lights Are Changing
      Written by Nick Saloman
      Performed by Mary Lou Lord
      Nan-Pan-Sai
      Written and Performed by Marcus Barone
      Salsa Soup
      Written and Performed by Marcus Barone
      Stuck in the Middle
      Written by Joe Egan and Gerry Rafferty
      Performed by Stealers Wheel
      Your Intelligence
      Written by Loomis Fall, Thomas Gardocki, Jr., David Georgeff & Joe Subbiondo
      Performed by Wax
      The Five Needs
      Written and Performed by Jack Black and Kyle Gass
      He's a Whore
      Written by Rick Nielsen
      Performed by Wax
      Do You Want to Dance
      Written by Bobby Freeman
      Performed by Wax
      Kids in America
      Written by Ricki Wilde and Marty Wilde
      Performed by Fourth Grade Nothing
      Boom Shack a Lack
      Written by Apache Indian, Ervin Barrington Wooley
      Performed by Apache Indian
      The Safety Dance
      Written by Ivan Doroschuk
      Performed by Men Without Hats
      The Safety Dance (Biomix)
      Written by Ivan Doroschuk
      Performed by Men Without Hats
      Good Guys and Bad Guys
      Written by Victor Krummenacher, Greg Lisher, David Lowery, Christopher Molla
      Chris Pedersen and Jonathan Segel
      Performed by Camper Van Beethoven

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