On a bid to try and cheer up their suicidal friend Lou, buddies Adam and Nick take him on a nostalgic weekend away to their favourite vacation spot as teenagers, Kodiak Valley Ski Resort. Tagging along is Jacob, Adams teenage nephew. When they arrive they expect it to be just like the old days and to have a great time. But everything seems to have changed. That’s until they step into the hot tub, which they soon find out is a time machine that takes them right back to the exact date that they were last there as teenagers. (Matt Fairfield)
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Mindless comedy which will appeal to filmgoers who like The Hangover, and films of this genre. Anyone who was around in the 80's will appreciate the nostalgia
Wasn't too sure about this film at first, but it was extremely funny. The 80's clothes were enough to keep me laughing! The ending was good - exactly what I would have done - but I won't give it away!
This film is highly recommended, I couldn't stop laughing from start to finish at the antics of the cast, it's witty too. Fantastic film.
It's a very funny film. I laughed so hard I almost choked. It's school boy humour for adults. This is not a serious film at all, it is utterly stupid, but I loved it. Dont take it too seriously, or it wont be funny. I mean, just the title of the film sounds utterly stupid and horrendous, but thats part of its incredibly cheesy charm. Must see, and I would definitely see it again and again!
If you are of a certain age, then this flick will really float your boat. If you grew up on crude 80's comedies with Chevy Chase, Bill Murray and co, then this is a brilliant reminder of when comedy ruled. LOADS of laughs
I've wathced this film twice now and loved it it,found it very funny,john cusack was great as always.
I watched this a week or so ago and have to say it was a huge disappointment. I was expecting it to be hilarious but unfortunately it barely raised a smile, let alone a laugh.