The first Hot Tub Time Machine was the story of four gentlemen who venture out over to the ’80s and get a chance at “settling” their frustrating lives. The cleverness was inept clever, floated by an ever-introduce undercurrent of mindfulness. With a name like Hot Tub Time Machine, how would it be able to not?
This time around, Hot Tub Time Machine 2 (in theaters beginning today) shuns the wistful story out and out for an excited, ranting, “dudebro science fiction” film. At the point when Lou (Rob Corddry) gets shot by an aggressor from the future, the first trio (which incorporates Corddry, Craig Robinson, and Clarke Duke) venture out to the year 2025 to stop the executioner before it happens. Along the way, they meet Adam Scott, who plays the child of John Cusack’s character from the first (Cusack himself is no place to be seen).