Hot Tub Time Machine

Hot Tub Time Machine

Director: Steve Pink Cast: John Cusack, Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson

Blu-ray (Remastered / Wide Screen / Uncensored / Repackaged)

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Disappointed at the way their lives have turned out, four longtime friends reunite at the ski resort where they used to party and find themselves transported back to the year 1986 by a magical jacuzzi. Adam (John Cusack), Lou (Rob Corddry), Nick (Craig Robinson), and Jacob (Clark Duke) have all seen better days; Adam's and Nick's love lives are in the dumps, Lou is clinging to his hard-partying past, and video-game addict Jacob can't even muster the courage to walk outside. A fun stay at the ski resort where the gang made some of their best memories seems like just the thing to cheer everyone up, but after a night of heavy drinking in the hot tub, the four friends wake up to find they're about to live through the '80s a second time. Determined not to make the same mistakes twice, Adam, Lou, Nick, and Jacob decide to take full advantage of the unique opportunity presented to them, and create the lives they've always wanted. Chevy Chase, Crispin Glover, and Lizzy Caplan co-star.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/11/2011
UPC: 0883904253389
Original Release: 2010
Rating: NR
Source: Mgm (Video & Dvd)
Region Code: A
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:39:00
Sales rank: 9,006

Special Features

Production: acting like idots; Chevy Chase: the nicest guy in Hollywood; Totally radical outfits: Dayna Pink; Crispin Glover: one-armed bell hop; Deleted scenes; Theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
John Cusack Adam
Rob Corddry Lou
Craig Robinson Nick
Clark Duke Jacob
Crispin Glover Phil
Lizzy Caplan April
Chevy Chase Repairman
Sebastian Stan Blaine
Lyndsy Fonseca Jennie
Collette Wolfe Kelly
Charlie McDermott Chaz
Kellee Stewart Courtney

Technical Credits
Steve Pink Director,Musical Direction/Supervision
John Albanis Associate Producer
Sean Anders Screenwriter
Christophe Beck Score Composer
John Cusack Producer
Susie Farris Casting
George Folsey Editor
Jack N. Green Cinematographer
Josh Heald Original Story,Screenwriter
Grace Loh Producer
Matt Moore Producer
John Morris Screenwriter
Michael Nelson Executive Producer
Dayna Pink Costumes/Costume Designer
Dana Sano Musical Direction/Supervision
James Thomas Editor
Bob Ziembicki Production Designer

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Hot Tub Time Machine 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
APFuchs_CanisterX More than 1 year ago
4.5 out of 5 Four friends, all failures. Adam's (John Cusack) wife just left him. His nephew, Jacob (Clark Duke), is a stay-in-the-basement nerd. Nick (Craig Robinson) works at a pet spa and Lou (Rob Corddry) is suicidal. And it's Lou that gets them into trouble because when a suicide attempt lands him in the hospital, the four friends decide to return to a small town, the glory place of their youth, and try and cheer him up. Greeted by a bellhop named Phil (Crispin Glover), who lost his arm long ago, the four friends try and party like they used to in a town that is no longer the cool place they remember. After one drunken night in the hot tub, they suddenly find themselves back in 1986, and what's even weirder is they also look like their younger selves. (Though onscreen we see their present-day selves but in mirrors it's their younger versions and that's what everybody else sees. Nice touch on a time travel story.) Once coming to grips of their predicament and while trying to figure out a way "back to the future," they vow to maintain the space-time continuum and repeat what they did back in 1986 so as to not accidentally execute the butterfly effect and destroy the timeline. They swear to do things as they did it and how they did it back in 1986. Except little do they realize it's much easier said than done because no one wants to go through that horrific break up all over again (great white buffalo), or get their face bashed in, or sleep with a hot blonde though you're married to someone else in the future. (Actually, this last scene was done quite well.) Guided by the aloof and cryptic hot tub repairman (Chevy Chase), these four misfits either accept the misfortunes of their past or, if they're daring enough, try and right what went wrong in the past in the hopes for a better future. Being a time travel nut, I had to see this movie. I went opening night. Loved it. Loved it. Loved it. This flick was an ode to time travel movies, especially Back to the Future (and having Crispin Glover in it, who played George McFly in BttF only added to it). The 80s fashions, gadgets, phrases, music all amounted to a true trip through time and really convinced you that you were along for this crazy ride via hot tub time travel. This movie is so tongue-in-cheek yet at the same time wasn't just stupid slapstick comedy, but instead opted to take itself seriously enough to sell you on the concept. Now, I'm not sure if you're like me or not, but I really appreciate buddy-buddy humor--you know, the teasing, the kicks between the legs, the sarcasm--and the time-traveling quartet were just loaded with it, so much so you wished you were a part of their little group. And, really, the way the tale was presented in this flick, yeah, you were. So many jokes, so much sarcasm, so much fun. This movie was just amazing and I'm counting the days till I can grab the Blu-ray for my collection and watch it over and over. My only gripe was the coarse language. A handful of times in a movie--though, for me, a bit jarring--I can live with, but when it's every second word then it becomes too much and it pulls you out of the flick during those little blurts of profanity. Now I just need a hot tub time machine of my own to go back in time and check this flick out in the theatre again without having to spend the $10.25 (Canadian) all over for it. Recommended. A.P. Fuchs Canister X
Joyachiever More than 1 year ago
My husband and I are fortunate in being able to have originally got the chance to see hot tub time machine back in early 2010 when it was released in movie theaters (we were still living in Orlando, florida during this time and saw hot tub time machine in a movie theater that was just a couple of miles from the university of central florida). Anyhow, imagine my delight when I saw this hot tub time machine dvd featured at my job as a holiday promo and I paid less than 3 dollars for this. It was fun getting the chance to watch this movie again of men who are given another chance to change their lives when they unintentionally are taken back to the time when they were teenagers. Obviously, the front of the dvd cover features john cusack, rob cordory, craig robinson, clark duke, and chevy chase. The dvd gives you a choice of the unrated and theatrical version. My husband and I enjoyed watching this move so much that we both agreed that we are definitely going to eventually check out hot tub time machine 2 ( we're just currently undecided whether we are going to see it in the movies or once it is on dvd). The plot to hot tub time machine is fun to watch because the men are given the chance to go back in time to when they vacationed at a popular ski resort together. There is a giant stuffed teddy bear image on the actual dvd and the following trailers' modern family, our family wedding, and date night.
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funny movie loved it!
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