Idiocracy is a film lampooning the downsides of being a betabuxx in the 21st century. The most relevant parts of the film are the first five minutes, in which Trevor, an intelligent middle-class married man, delays having children to the point that his wife becomes infertile before they are finally ready, while Clevon, the trailer-dwelling white trash, impregnates multiple women. The moral of the tale is that society is dysgenic because smart people do not reproduce enough, even by choice. It also implies that immoral or improvident men have more reproductive and sexual success than responsible men, which corresponds to redpill or blackpill theories. The movie often resonates with intelligent incels who are pissed off at women dating and reproducing with morons.