Because of an accident which almost takes Lou's life - which the authorities believe was an attempted suicide despite Lou's denials - Adam, Nick and Jacob decide to treat Lou to a vacation weekend to Kodiak Valley, a ski resort the three friends often frequented during happier times in their life. That it somehow manages to send you out of the theater feeling tickled rather than sullied may be a mystery as impenetrable as the cosmos. But they inadvertently land in the future with Adam Jr. Comedies get a bad rap on this site for some reason. At Lou's celebratory party, Lou is shot in the groin. The other thing was that I really didn't like Lou, but I suspect there is a really good reason for that — you aren't supposed to like him. They sort of do solve that in the end, but still, I personally wouldn't recommend wasting your time with this piece of rubbish.
You probably already know what the movie's about, but just in case. If you have any legal issues please contact the appropriate media file owners or host sites. Jacob Lou's son and Nick drag him to the hot tub time machine and activate it to travel back in time to find and stop the killer. This one, not as much. That premonition is most important to Jacob, who believes that any change to their structure will result in him not being born.
In the first movie the time travel concept was kept simple, and the humor was enough to outweigh the time travel concepts. The three men emerge from the tub to find themselves transported to an alternate universe circa 2025, where they will must figure out who shot Lou — and, for that matter, how the guy managed to survive, and with his nether-regions seemingly intact. When Lou gets killed, Nick and Jacob fire up the hot tub time machine to get back to the past, but they inadvertently land in the future with Adam Jr. Then again, having a film about a group of losers travelling through time, in a hot tub of all things, really does give one an idea of what this film is actually about. But they're happy that they manage to get the same hotel room they had twenty-four years earlier during Winterfest '86. When Lou finds himself in trouble, Nick and Jacob fire up the hot tub time machine in an attempt to get back to the past.
It was also offensive on so many levels, but I guess that was part of the intention of the film. All contents are provided by non-affiliated third parties. But they inadvertently land in the future with Adam Jr. When an unknown assailant breaks into Lou's mansion and shoots him, Nick and Jacob take him for another trip in the hot tub. But if adhering to what they did in 1986 won't change the future, they may come to the realization that making certain changes may result in a better life for themselves than the first time around, the consequences be damned.
Five years after the events of the first film, Lou Dorchen and Nick Webber have become rich and famous, with Lou becoming a multi-billionaire and Nick being a successful music singer. But Adam, Nick and Lou have problems adhering to many of the less pleasant incidents of that vacation. The one person who seems to know what's going on is the hot tub maintenance man, who implies that they have to recreate their lives on that 1986 Winterfest vacation so as not to upset the future before they can be sent forward to the present. However, the second movies reveals that despite the fact that Lou is a billionaire, and Nick is a famous singer, their lives aren't necessarily better. An unfortunate accident causes the gentlemen to seek out the tub to go back in time to prevent the accident from happening. Now they have to alter the future in order to save the past, which is really the present.
Nick now works in a dead end job in a doggie spa. I am also wondering why they even bothered with a sequel, but in a world where decisions are dictated by money, and profit, the fact that they made a sequel indicates that the previous film justified it, though it didn't justify it enough to have John Cusack make a return to his role though he does appear a couple of times during the film. In fact the whole reason they travel back in time is because Lou is shot and the jump in the time machine or hot tub, or what you will , in an attempt to save him. You can also download movie, subtitles to your pc to watch movies offline. All contents are provided by non-affiliated third parties. Well, maybe it is just bad luck that this is my third attempt, after having my computer freeze twice before while I was writing this, but hopefully this will be a successful attempt, particularly since my comments of this film aren't going to be all that flattering.
When they awaken they find themselves ten years in the future, where Jacob is in charge of Lou's mansion. All Rights Reserved Disclaimer: This site does not store any files on its server. They emerge in the year 2025, where they must figure out who shot Lou and prevent it from happening again. Those tough realities come into play once more in this gleefully haphazard follow-up, which is founded on a general theory of middle-aged American male idiocy that holds true wherever or whenever one happens to be positioned along the space-time continuum. A decent comedy, and I suppose the plot was clever—time travel is just a topic I never really care for. When an unknown assailant breaks into Lou's mansion and shoots him, Nick and Jacob take him for another trip in the hot tub.
Nick once had a promising musical career, but gave that up for his wife Courtney, who rules the family. And Lou lives a reckless life as an overgrown adolescent. Searching for a streaming service to buy, rent, download, or view the Steve Pink-directed movie via subscription can be difficult, so we here at Moviefone want to help you out. I understood it completely, but I personally can't stand these time travel movies, whether serious science fiction, or comedy. Director: Steve Pink Writers: Josh Heald, Josh Heald characters Stars: Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson, Clark Duke.