“Hot Tub Time Machine 2” isn’t a time-travel movie so much as a time-murder movie, with a hairline-thin plot bulked up with fillers involving puke, penile damage and gay panic. My thoughts were less “Back to the Future” than “Back to the drawing board.”
The 2010 original was hilarious, with a solid character foundation in the yearning of average middle-aged guys for wiser decisions in youth. The film ended in bliss, with previously suicidal Lou (Rob Corddry) jumping back in time to realize his dreams by joining Mötley Crüe (now Mötley Lou) and gett...
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