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Plot: Three friends on losing streaks: Adam, whose girlfriend dumped him, Nick, with a dead-end job and a cheating wife, and Lou, a suicidal alcoholic. To help Lou recover from car-exhaust poisoning, Adam and Nick, with Adam's nephew Jacob, go to a winter resort that was their old party place. It's now a… Runtime: 101 min Release Date: 07 May 2010
It's The Hangover But With a Time Machine in the 80's?! (by Mehrdad1)
My friends and I just watched this movie, at a sneak preview. It was absolutely brilliant, but you had to have been alive in the 80's to TRULY enjoy all the references that are sprinkled throughout this movie. Rob Corddry goes completely against his previous typecasting, as the wimpy guy who gets bossed around by his girlfriend. He's the exact opposite in this movie, and he does a wonderful job. Jon Cusack does justice to his 80's movie pedigree. The feel of this movie is very much like The Hangover. A bunch of friends who come together to raise a little mayhem over the weekend, <more>
end up getting much more than what they bargained for. The comedy is superb, even though it's often sophomoric in nature. If you're in the mood to laugh like a hyena, and bask in the gloriousness of the 80's, then look no further. I can't wait to re-watch this movie on DVD. We were all laughing so hard, that I missed TONS of dialogue. There are also LOTS of 80's references, and familiar faces from the era, that make this movie so unbelievably fun to watch. Not to mention, give it excellent replay value. Don't wait for DVD, watch this movie as soon as it comes out! You'll be glad you did.
Surprisingly hilarious movie (by lrice-694-480620)
This is an awesome movie and so much fun to see the tributes to the 80's and today. I laughed out loud along with everyone else in the theater and it was a great conversation piece for after the movie. I was even thinking about it today and chuckling at the different quirks.It might not be a 1st date movie, unless you know the other person is into potty humor but it was great for us or a group of friends. It was fun to see which friend you might be in the group. If you don't think that your group has one of the main characters Lou or that loose sister... than you might be that <more>
character. It was also fun to see the movie make fun of or just point out the things that we used to do in the 80's when new technology started. It was dead on for the things that we actually sat around and joked about... Leg Warmers??? Really?
The years first and perhaps funniest blockbuster. (by shanpanjwani)
Phenomenal. Simply phenomenal. I just got back from a screening for this movie and I must say I had the time of my life! Never before have I laughed so hard that I had to eventually both pant and cry in between them. The story is simple: 3 old friends and a nephew meet up after one of them contemplates suicide. Wanting to renew the spark of their friendship, the 3 friends Robinson, Corrdry, and Cusack and his nephew decide to visit the place they had some of their best times. They get there, and it is a dump. They go to the hot tub, which seems dirty, but suddenly rejuvenates itself. They <more>
jump in, get wasted, and Corrdry's banned drink spills on the heater, thus resulting in the time travel. While chaos does ensue, so does hilarity. Gags are plentiful and cringe worthy, such as the opening scene, the soap scene in the bathroom, etc. Nudity is scarce only 1 female scene . All the characters did well, especially the main cast. Cusack was okay, & Robinson had his scenes from the trailer, as well as the "cheating" scenes. But, there is now doubt as to who is the star of this one folks. From the Lougle.com to the bathroom soap scene, and Motley Lue, Rob Corrdry stole the show. This is by far his best and funniest role thus far in a promising career. My favorite scenes are when he makes the suicide joke and removes the urine tube, as well as the things I listed above. But, the overall funniest moments were when Rob and John's sister are having fun while John and Craig listen from outside, knowing the outcome, and when Craig speaks fake Russian. There are more, but that's all I will share. The movie is also somewhat sentimental, with friendship as the central motif. It also reflects some of the perks as well as negative aspects of the 1980s. I just left the theater, and want to write down my main thoughts of the movie, so I did skip some aspects of the film. All in all, a thorough raunchy laugh fest which you will definitely enjoy. 10/10
Hot Tub Time Machine is a much funnier movie than what the film title calls for. I didn't really know what to expect of this film but I got way more than my lowered expectations. This is a funny, sweet film that pays homage to the 1980's. This is a film that made me wish I was a teenager back in the 80's.Hot Tub is about a group of childhood friends and a nephew who decide to visit their past. While in a hot tub, they get transported back to the 80's unexpectedly. Now they must retrace their steps from the 80's and try and find a way back into the future.Rob Corddry stole <more>
the show as the drunk party animal. He was the best part of the film. John Cusack and Craig Robinson also had very hilarious moments in this film.Overall, this is far funnier than I anticipated. Being a big fan of the 80's, I was not disappointed. There are some clever jokes and quotes that shall forever be remembered. I rate this film 9/10.
Makes You Laugh, Makes You Think, Makes You Feel Young (by puffball97)
"Hot Tub Time Machine" is a vulgar, raunchy, foul-mouthed knockoff of "Back to the Future." "Back to the Future" was made in 1985 in which Michael J. Fox played Marty McFly, a 1980s teen who was transported into a time warp he did not live through, but his parents did - the 1950s - and would see the future and no one else in that period would understand his 1980s sensibilities. One of the cast members of "Hot Tub" would be Crispin Glover, who played Marty's father, George McFly. Glover makes a cameo as a bellhop in the past and present sequences of <more>
"Hot Tub" as he did in "Back to the Future.""Hot Tub" would feature three actors who grew up in the 1980s - John Cusack, an '80s staple himself, along with Craig Robinson and Rob Corddroy - and Clark Duke, whose IMDb bio lists him as being born in 1985, so he gets to play the nephew of Cusack who goes along for the ride and never fully understands the cultures of the 1980s.In the present day of 2010, Adam Cusack , Nick Robinson , and Lou Corddroy are in their 40s and not feeling so good about their personal lives. To escape, they, along with young Jacob Duke go to a ski resort where the three older men went back in 1986. When they get there, it is a ghost town. But they discover a jacuzzi where one inadvertently presses the digits and the four are automatically transported to the wild 1980s, a period of big hair, walkmen, spandex, Reaganomics, VHSs, the increasing popularity of heavy metal music, and the seeming lack of technology that would some day pave way to the Internet, Cell Phones, DVDs, Facebook, Twitter, Blackberries, and iPods. These guys know the words "Dot-Com," "Text," and "Facebook." No one else knows it yet. They also look the same as they do in the present era, but their mirror images appear younger, thinner, and more hair.There is a "Back to the Future" plot where Lou meets the girl of his dreams, the blonde Kelly, who is Adam's sister, and eventually marries her, producing Jacob as their son. Adam gets to marry April actress Lizzy Caplan , who during that period thought he was a dork and shoves a fork into Adam's right eyeball. Nick first gets to sing "Jessie's Girl," the popular 1981 Rick Springfield song, with his band, but goes 20 years ahead with "Let's Get it Started," which stuns the audience. In the end, the four go back to the present and learn that problems are in every era and they have to be dealt with and not to be escaped. They find they are happier more so today than they were as young men.The movie throws in a short but delicious cameo by comeback kid Chevy Chase, whose movie career soared during the 1980s with "Vacation" and "Fletch" movies. He is the wise old hot tub repairman who keeps warning the four if they are not careful, they have to go back to the present, thus constantly zapping young Jacob for his carelessness.If you lived through the 1980s, as I did, you can easily identify the numerous pop culture references and even some anachronisms, if you can pick them up as well. But if you didn't live through the 1980s, you might be a little confused. I wasn't around during the 1950s, but when "Back to the Future" came out, the 1950s references were easier to identify for those who didn't live through that decade."Hot Tub" may have a lot of swearing in every other sentence, but it is all creative swearing, which too many movies don't have. Most movies force the cursing for cheap laughs, but they don't come out too funny, such as in last year's "The Hangover," which I found overrated, bombastic, and unfunny. The 1970's Paul Newman hockey comedy "Slap Shot" is another example of creative swearing that is often funny and never offensive. More to the point, "Hot Tub" appears as shallow teen sex comedy, but it is more intellectual in the sense that it makes you think about how we deal with problems in every era, from the confused young adult to the physically pained middle-aged adult. Jump into this hot tub for good times and big laughs. I'm glad I did.
I saw a preview for this movie and I thought to myself, "Definitely not", but when I saw free screening passes on a random table, I couldn't resist. My girlfriend and I both thought that the movie was going to be terrible, but were pleasantly surprised only 10-15 minutes into the movie. The obvious "lower than normal" budget made the moments funnier and the whole movie that much more memorable. Between all the completely unnecessary nudity and drug use, the film also depicts deeper rooted problems that all the characters are going through. We left the theater still <more>
cracking up about the entire movie. Craig Robinson performs superbly without the support of Seth Rogen and Rob Corddry is positively hilarious. This movie rivals "The Hangover" in more ways than one and in some instances is even better. This movie is an instant classic and a must-see.
I went to a screening of this film and didn't expect very much out of it. However, this is probably one of the funniest movies I've seen in a while. I laughed almost the entire length of the movie, which is something that hasn't happened in a long time. The movie is extremely well-written. John Cusack really carries the movie with a great performance. Chevy Chase really doesn't do much of anything. Comedy was sort of in the vein of "The 40 Year Old Virgin." The film doesn't take itself seriously at all, which is part of the fun. It doesn't really get bogged <more>
down too much in the science of time travel, and focuses mostly on these four guys trying to get the hell out of 1986. A great watch. Very entertaining. Highly recommended.
Forget reality and enjoy this movie (by whosyourdrummer1)
Although as a warning this movie had some pretty intense language, and very crude humor I enjoyed it so much. The actual plot of this movie as depicted on the trailer is in no way realistic at all which adds to it's humor. Isn't that what we go to the movies for? A little escape of reality for a while? This movie from first moment to last is hilarious in every way and the jokes keep rolling. This movie is like all of the greater 80's movies piled into one with a mix of Back to the Future. Every character in this movie had a significant number of hilarious jokes, and the entire <more>
audience was laughing hysterically. In my opinion this was better than The Hangover because every 2 minutes I found myself laughing harder and harder at every joke. Great movie.
The best time traveling hot tub movie of all time! (by Simon_Says_Movies)
Prepare yourself, dear reader, for I am about to make a bold declaration that will either inflate or obliterate my prestigious position as a famed film critic. Here goes. John Cusack's throwback 80's flick is the best time traveling hot tub film ever created. Did I just blow your mind? Coyness aside, Hot Tub Time Machine is a supremely entertaining comedy, brimming with laughs and raunch all cemented with ample 80's nostalgia.Director Steve Pink is no stranger to creating successful comedies, nor is he a Cusack virgin, having written the screenplays for both classics Grosse Point <more>
Blank and High Fidelity. He also helmed the criminally underrated 2006 comedy Accepted and with a resume like that, the fact that HTTM transcends in high concept title should really come as no surprise. There are some unnecessary visual gags and gross-out humour but the strength is in the writing and how the four leads skilfully execute that script. This is the perfect drunken Friday night movie and the kind that will only grow in cult-status as time progresses.The four aforementioned leads are as follows: John Cusack as a single, unhappy man, Craig Robinson as a married, unhappy man, Rob Corddry as a divorced, unhappy man and rising young rising star Clark Duke as a nerdy, unhappy young man. For the exception of Duke's character that has never really lived, so to speak, the trio of former childhood friends have not seen their lives progress as they once dreamed. After Corddry's Lou attempts suicide, they all travel to their former haven in the mountains where they encounter what else a time travelling hot tub. Whipped back to that very spot in the winter of 1986, they must choose between changing what had gone wrong in their respective pasts, versus facing the ramifications of altering their futures.There are ample accolades that can be given to the cast of Hot Tub Time Machine and each character brings something different to the proceedings; Cusack is the wry straight-man and recaptures much of the essence he possessed in the 80's movies that made him famous. Robinson, who has been hilarious in essentially everything he has done, gets considerable laughs and a memorable singing number. Duke, as I alluded to is gaining momentum, still to star in the highly buzzed, ultra- violent Kick-Ass later this year. Finishing off with the main players, Rob Corddry gives his best performance, dropping much of his annoying mannerisms put forth in earlier films and succeeds in creating a far more endearing presence even though much of the raunch flows through him or out of him in some cases . The best running gag is tied to Crispin Glover as an armless bellhop and is executed in a way you need to see to fully appreciate.For some reason, this film is drawing comparisons to The Hangover ad nauseum. Not only are the similarities limited to their rating and the target demographic but Hot Tub Time Machine is far better in most every way. One thing I will say, along with last years smash, if this film is merely a rung in a growing ladder of quality R-rated flicks, then there will be no need for time travel; we need only look to the future.Read all my reviews at simonsaysmovies.blogspot.com