Five years after the hot tub bubbled up to the time-travel equivalent of 1.21 gigawatts, the folks behind Hot Tub Time Machine have dipped their feet back into the lukewarm water for a sequel. But not everyone dove back in: John Cusack, who starred in the original, opted to stay dry this time. In his place is Parks & Recreation’s Adam Scott, who plays Cusack’s character’s son—in what can only be explained by the physics behind a bubble-bath wormhole.
Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry, and Clark Duke, however, are back, and their characters are profiting mightily from their knowledge of the present after their last trip back into the past. But money can’t buy happiness, man, and when Corddry’s internet gazillionaire is shot, the friends jump back into ...
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