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FILM DETAILS
Certificate 15
Cast
John Cusack
Rob Corddry
Craig Robinson
Clark Duke
Lizzy Caplan
Crispin Glover
Sebastian Stan
Charlie McDermott
Lyndsy Fonseca
Directors
Steve Pink
Screenwriters
Josh Heald
Running Time
100 minutes

Hot Tub Time Machine
More than Back To The Hangover...


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Hot Tub Time Machine

Plot
Former best buds Adam (Cusack), Nick (Robinson) and Lou (Corddry) are reunited after Lou’s drunken antics are mistaken for a suicide attempt. To cheer themselves up they venture, along with Adam’s nephew Jacob (Duke), to the party town of their youth, but after a drunken night in a hot tub, wake up in 1986.


Verdict
It may centre on the decade of shame, but you don’t have to have been of age in the ’80s to get into the groove. The foursome of leads on electric form make this the best dumb fun of the year to date, and we can’t wait for Hot Tub 2: Cincinnati Boogaloo...


Reviewed by Sam Toy

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