Hot Tub Time Machine 2 – Trailer 2

At first glance, I could easily understand why someone might think that Steve Pink‘s original Hot Tub Time Machine didn’t do well enough to warrant a sequel, having earned almost $65 million (on a $36 million budget).

But that would be ignoring a very significant point, namely that the movie was rated R, which means that its audience was limited to adults and couldn’t be attended by anyone under 17 without a parent or guardian.

So, when you look at it from that perspective, $65 million is a pretty decent outing.

The sequel looks to be as preposterous as the original, as Jacob, Nick and Lou have to once again use their hot tub time machine to save the day.

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