Starring: John Cusack, Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry, Clark Duke
Three friends are fed up with their adult lives. The friends hardly seem to meet each other and they don't really call themselves 'friends' anymore. Lou (Coddry) gets into hospital for what seems to be a suicide attempt and Adam (Cusack) and Nick (Robinson) decide to pay him a visit. The three friends, along with Jacob (Duke) Adam's nephew, decide to go to Kodiak Valley and refresh their childhood memories from there. They are sitting in a hot tub outside their room when they accidentally spill Chernobly, an illegal Russian drink, which damages the tubs electronics and sends them back in time. The mysterious tub mechanic tells them that they have to do the same things what they did back in 1986 or else the 'butterfly effect' might create disastrous consequences in the future. Lou doesn't want to go get beaten up by six guys, again, Adam doesn't want to break up with his high school crush and get stabbed in the eye with a fork, again, and Nick doesn't want to have sex with Tara because he is married in the future. The adventure back in time has changed a lot of things in all their lives and Jacob finally finds out who his dad is. The movie really isn't the average sex-comedy that one would expect but it still makes a really good watch. Some parts do get a bit serious and dragged, but its tolerable. What was really missing is that one stupidly hilarious scene, which sadly wasn't there. A good watch with a group of friends which would make you want to live another unforgettable night.
Thumbs up: Great entertainer
Thumbs down: Average humour