13 January 2009

Movie Review: Bio-Dome (1996)

To escape from winter blues, consider renting the movie Bio-Dome (1996) [PG-13] starring Pauly Shore and Stephen Baldwin. The two college slackers did not want to participate in Earth Day activities with their girlfriends, so they pulled a stunt to get out of it. After the slackers found out their girlfriends set them up at a red herring location, they ended up inside a Bio-Dome mistakenly for a mall when one of them had to go to the bathroom badly. Then they discovered they were sealed inside the Bio-Dome with a team of scientists in a year long ecological experiment. The scientists welcomed the duo as part of their team but quickly learned they were not ecology-conscious as they showed almost no respect for the Bio-Dome. Did the slackers adapt to their new habitat or not? Watch the Bio-Dome (1996) movie to find out if you haven't seen it yet.

See the closed captioned Bio-Dome movie trailer

Thank you very much, Bill Creswell, for close captioning the movie trailer.


  1. it looks funny, definitely looks like an enjoyable movie :) you can request bill creswell to caption this trailer here:


    he volunteers his time captioning trailers (which should be the responsibility of every movie production, sigh) - nevertheless, really great of him.

    i'm sure if you find a brief eco-video on youtube, he'll be happy to caption that as well.

  2. Thank you for letting me know about Bill Creswell and his captioning service! That is new to me.

    I will go ahead and contact him.

    I agree. I want to see more videos/trailers on the internet to be captioned for the Deafs and Hard of Hearings. Rock on.

  3. http://billcreswell.wordpress.com/2009/01/22/biodome-1996-captioned-trailer/

  4. Thank you very much Bill! :)

  5. You're welcome! There's an embed link for it on this page


  6. Thank you again. I am still trying to get the video embedded on the EcoDeaf page. I can only see the link itself on your page but I would need the embedded HTML code in order to see the video play on the EcoDeaf page without having to click the link to open another window to view it.

    I will trouble shoot it and figure it out really soon. Or if anyone here knows what to do, please advise. Thanks! :)