Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) released Bio-Dome to theaters on January 12, 1996. Jason Bloom directed the film starring Pauly Shore, Stephen Baldwin, and William Atherton.
‘Bio-Dome’ Movie Summary
Two Bill and Ted wannabes (actually that’s a blight on Bill and Ted so I’ll take that back)…
Two absolutely stupid best mates, Doyle & Bud, stumble into a government experiment facility of bio environmental science.
While trying to find a private spot to pee on the way back from an impromptu road trip, the unfunny decibel duo sneak into the building at the same time it is in the process of a lock down for 12 months. Discovering they are not in a mall of America but now part of the experiment, Doyle and Bud reluctantly adapt alongside their scientist colleagues which is a nightmare for all involved until both parties get used to each other (which takes practically the entire film).
The idiots actually are banished into the desert terrain area actually escaping, then returning, after setting up a Hawaiian Animal House style party with ultimately catastrophic results; equaling the Great Chipmunk Fire of 79.
After a blast from their environmentally-friendly girlfriends, now knowing the error of their ways, Doyle and Bud save the place; rejuvenating everything inside they wrecked.
Meanwhile, they stop a plot from Dickless (the head scientist gone mad) wanting to kill the boys blowing up the bio dome with coconut explosives or something…At this point, I don’t care.
Bud and Doyle make up with their girlfriends, then last seen driving towards a large set of smokestacks, fade out roll credits. Anyone know how I can get back that 88 minutes of my life?
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