Hot Tub Time Machine

Hot Tub Time Machine

Hot Tub Time Machine

Four friends get in a hot tub to drown their sorrows. Adam (John Cusack) has been dumped; Lou (W.'s Rob Corddry) is a party guy without a party; Nick (Pineapple Express' Craig Robinson) is controlled by his wife; and video game-obsessed Jacob (Kick-Ass' Clark Duke) won't leave his basement.

This drinking session, in the ski resort's hot tub, gets wildly out of control and results in a spot of time travelling. In the morning they awake to find themselves in 1986 and with the chance to kick some past and change their futures.

2010Rating: R16, contains drug use, sex scenes, offensive language100 minsUSA
Comedy

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Hot Tub Time Machine / Reviews

Variety

Variety

Even by recent standards for mainstream comedy packaging, "Tub" looks dull and ugly.

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TVNZ

TVNZ

Let's face it, you're not heading to Hot Tub Time Machine for witty erudite discussions.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

The movie itself is a nonstop barrage -- somewhere between a riot and an orgy -- of crude, obnoxious gags and riffs. If you are a connoisseur of sexual, scatological or just plain stupid humor, you will find your appetite satisfied, even glutted.

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Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

Succeeds beyond any expectations suggested by the title and extends John Cusack's remarkable run: Since 1983, in 55 films, he's never made a bad one.

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New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

Another good reason why male bonding should not take place in a hot tub

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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

About a billion laughs (though "Hot Tub" is not for the faint of heart or anyone even slightly concerned with what's happened to common decency these days).

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

A loud, disjointed and not terribly funny comedy, which probably is what one expects with a title like that. The unfortunate thing is, it didn't need to be.

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