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Some of today's top comedic talents dive into this humorous hit that follows a group of best friends who've become bored with their adult lives.
Adam (John Cusack, 2012) has been dumped by his girlfriend; Lou (Rob Corddry, W.) is a party guy who can't find the party; Nick's (Craig Robinson, TV's The Office) wife controls his every move and video game-obsessed Jacob (Clark Duke, Superbad) won't leave his basement.
After a crazy night of drinking in a ski resort hot tub, the men wake up, heads pounding, in the year 1986. This is their chance to kick some past and change their futures—one will find a new love life, one will learn to stand up for himself with the ladies, one will find his mojo and one will make sure he still exists!
Go ahead, take the plunge.
Reviews Counted: 196
Fresh: Well played, Hot Tub Time Machine, well played. You defied expectations, in a good way, and managed to evolve from "potentially silly concept" to "fairly funny film."-Laremy Legel, Film.com, May 06, 2011
Fresh: Hot Tub Time Machine is rough around the edges ... [but] it offers us closure on a decade of great comedy -- from the very silly Anchorman to the deathly serious Funny People -- in which childish men are forced to grow the hell up.-Simon Miraudo, Quickflix, October 21, 2010
Fresh: Admirably turns a potentially one-note joke into a consistently funny package.-Ian Buckwalter, NPR, July 04, 2010
Rotten: Star power and a quirky premise alone are not enough to sustain a feature length comedy when too many of the gags are inadequately developed.-Thomas Caldwell, Cinema Autopsy, May 07, 2010
...VERY goofy, FAIRLY stupid, but ACTUALLY FUNNY! definitely not much substance & a little thin on plot (and I do agree with one of the other reviewers that it's hard to believe an ensemble of such good actors would decide to do this movie), but I did (& still do) enjoy it. my main complaint is that it's a little crude & vulgar and plentiful with bad language, but since I had fairly low expectations & didn't know much about it, I ended up being pleasantly surprised. I actually saw this in the theatre and wasn't too impressed, but have since gotten it on video & like it a lot more now.
Reviewer: jhaves Review refers to DVD version
This movie was not what I expected from all the previews. I thought it could have been alot better then it was.
Reviewer: kay Review refers to DVD version
We all wish we could go back in time an change just one thing and this is just one of those type of movie.
Reviewer: Taylor56 Review refers to DVD version
This has got to be one of the worst movies of the year - maybe of any year. What a waste of a "script." These talented actors must have all gotten together when they needed some pocket money as there was no other reason for them to be in the same place at the same time on this mess.
Reviewer: Vernon Review refers to DVD version
Adam (John Cusack), his 2 friends Lou and Nick (Rob Corddry and Craig Robinson) with Adam's nephew Jacob (Clark Duke) go to a ski resort where they used to hang-out in the 80's. While there they get smashed in a hot tub and find themselves transported back to the 80's.
The movie is sleazy, gross, offensive and...the funniest movie of the year. The cast work great together and most of the movie is funny. The movie even has it's touching moments. I also loved Crispen Glover as the doorman at the motel who has one arm in the 2000's, but in the 80's he has two arms and Lou can't wait to witness when he lost his arm. The scenes where you think he might lose his arm are just hilarious. I loved this movie, just see it.
Reviewer: Jim Review refers to DVD version