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2013-01-16 05:47:12 PM

Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: Shame on them for deploying the Black Eyed Peas without fair warning, though.


That's the thing, I actually like that song and it sounded so much better without 4 people trying to take up a spot light. and everybody loves Jessie's girl.
 
2013-01-16 05:51:43 PM

thecpt: That's the thing, I actually like that song and it sounded so much better without 4 people trying to take up a spot light. and everybody loves Jessie's girl.


Fair enough, then.
 
2013-01-16 05:56:02 PM

overkl0ked: It's strength was that it didn't try to make a point or have any underlying social commentary, it was just trying to be 100 minutes of laughs- something it succeeded at fairly well.


I disagree. This was a movie that made two particularly strong statements:

1. Anyone, no matter how boorish, crude, lazy, dishonest, or unambitious can be successful simply by stealing other people's intellectual property, if they steal enough of it. That this is coming from the movie industry, which routinely cries about intellectual property theft, makes it a doubly ambitious piece of social commentary. While this primarily applies to Lou, the same can be said of Nick.

2. The best way to have a successful relationship is to meet a woman, and then immediately skip forward twenty five or so years so that you have no memory of actually having to form the relationship or anything that has happened since. True happiness is total amnesia of almost everything you and your partner have ever done for two and a half decades. This pretty much makes it the feel good hit of the year for me.
 
2013-01-16 06:04:21 PM
First one needed more Lizzy Caplan.
 
2013-01-16 06:06:09 PM

Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: DMZ DEATH: Final Countdown turned me on to time travel.

That's how it starts.


STOP IT! It's like farking Asian Rain-Man Karaoke.
 
2013-01-16 06:09:15 PM

thesharkman: To me this movie was better than the Hangover


Which isn't saying much. They both pretty much sucked.
 
2013-01-16 06:09:53 PM

FlashHarry: moar jessica paré!


The entire movie could be 90 minutes of just her in the hot tub and I would not complain.
 
2013-01-16 06:25:09 PM
:D

SultanofSchwing is another satisfied customer!


Flappyhead: The entire movie could be 90 minutes of just her in the hot tub and I would not complain.


[imokaywiththis.jpg]
 
2013-01-16 06:42:49 PM
Isn't it ironic? Hot Tub Time Machine was on free to air TV here in Australia last night. I had never even heard of it before then.
 
2013-01-16 06:47:19 PM

deaccessioned: overkl0ked: It's strength was that it didn't try to make a point or have any underlying social commentary, it was just trying to be 100 minutes of laughs- something it succeeded at fairly well.

I disagree. This was a movie that made two particularly strong statements:

1. Anyone, no matter how boorish, crude, lazy, dishonest, or unambitious can be successful simply by stealing other people's intellectual property, if they steal enough of it. That this is coming from the movie industry, which routinely cries about intellectual property theft, makes it a doubly ambitious piece of social commentary. While this primarily applies to Lou, the same can be said of Nick.



See, that's one problem that I had with the movie. Lou is a moron. Yeah he knows about Google and how it turned into the multi-billion dollar company it is today, but even knowing that, a guy like Lou would never be able to start, develop, and run a company like Google. Now if you said that he got rich buy getting in early on their stock, I could buy that. But just because he understands what a browser is doesn't mean he could acutally make it work just by beating Larry Page to the punch.
 
2013-01-16 07:52:26 PM

kg2095: Isn't it ironic? Hot Tub Time Machine was on free to air TV here in Australia last night. I had never even heard of it before then.


How is that ironic?
 
2013-01-16 08:04:07 PM

kg2095: Isn't it ironic? Hot Tub Time Machine was on free to air TV here in Australia last night. I had never even heard of it before then.


Absolutely dripping with irony. Australia, right? Damn that's ironic.
 
2013-01-16 08:05:08 PM

moothemagiccow: kg2095: Isn't it ironic? Hot Tub Time Machine was on free to air TV here in Australia last night. I had never even heard of it before then.

Absolutely dripping with irony. Australia, right? Damn that's ironic.


Is it because of the Alps or because of Hitler? I never get that question right.
 
2013-01-16 08:05:38 PM
It's "like a black fly in your chardonnay" kind of ironic.
 
2013-01-16 08:19:51 PM
Good! This means my dream for a sequel to "Up the Creek" is one step closer to being a reality
 
2013-01-16 08:58:59 PM

FlashHarry: moar jessica paré!


this.
 
2013-01-16 09:00:38 PM
This movie reminds me of Joe Dirt in that the first time you see it, it's not that funny. If you watch it multiple times, it gets better with repeated viewings. This is not due to deep themes that take multiple viewings to understand, it just (to me) got better each time.

//Sequel is a bad idea.
 
2013-01-16 09:03:40 PM

moothemagiccow: kg2095: Isn't it ironic? Hot Tub Time Machine was on free to air TV here in Australia last night. I had never even heard of it before then.

Absolutely dripping with irony. Australia, right? Damn that's ironic.


United States right? You Americans are becoming as depressingly nasty as us Brits were in the aftermath of World War 2. You have an air of nastiness and defeatism about you lately.
 
2013-01-16 09:07:09 PM

FlashHarry: DMZ DEATH: I remember seeing THE FINAL COUNTDOWN as a kid. Awesome.

god, i loved that movie.


Me too. I caught it on Netflix.

/also LOVE HTTM
//are you raping?
 
2013-01-16 09:09:54 PM

Tyrone Slothrop: It won't be the same without Crispin Glover.


Maybe Jeffrey Weissman is available.
 
2013-01-16 09:11:36 PM

kg2095: moothemagiccow: kg2095: Isn't it ironic? Hot Tub Time Machine was on free to air TV here in Australia last night. I had never even heard of it before then.

Absolutely dripping with irony. Australia, right? Damn that's ironic.

United States right? You Americans are becoming as depressingly nasty as us Brits were in the aftermath of World War 2. You have an air of nastiness and defeatism about you lately.


The more clueless or nonchalant of us are still flaunting the superiority complex. I waffle, but mostly because I am not sure if I like French or Flemish less.
 
2013-01-16 10:31:55 PM
Can Crispin Glover lose his head this time?
 
2013-01-16 10:40:55 PM

Onkel Buck: Good! This means my dream for a sequel to "Up the Creek" is one step closer to being a reality


I'd vote for that.

And is there any other option that that movie doesn't take place in West Virginia, with all of the Virginia schools present?

Washington Military Institute = VMI
Ivy University = W&L or UVA
the girl's school = Hollins/Sweet Briar
Lepetomaine = well, probably a bunch, but I'll go with Roanoke College

I mean, South Carolina has the Citadel, but there's not a good comp for Ivy/women in the area - not that I'm aware of anyway. Don't know of any weird army-like colleges on the west coast and no serious whitewater in the Missouri/Missisiippi deltas.

Why, yes, I've put way too much thought into this.
 
2013-01-16 10:43:18 PM
I love my fellow Farkers. Holding their nose up so high. The movie is called Hot Tub Time Machine. What exactly were you expecting?

/loves HTTM, no need for a sequel I think. Will still watch.
//Look it's the douchebag from Karate Kid 3
///Slashies come in threes!
 
2013-01-16 10:59:12 PM

Onkel Buck: Good! This means my dream for a sequel to "Up the Creek" is one step closer to being a reality


That movie had my favorite line ever

You wouldn't lie to me would you?

Of course I would, I'm a guy, but I'm not lying this time
 
2013-01-16 11:28:09 PM

LonMead: Sorry, I only got as far as "topless Jessica Pare" (NSFW!) and I got distracted.


[www.posters555.com image 310x400]

What was the article about again?


Jumping Jehosaphats!
 
2013-01-16 11:35:49 PM
media.onsugar.com

Nick: Excuse me Miss, what color is Michael Jackson?
Girl At Bar: ...black?
Nick: AAHHH!

// screw you, that bit was funny as hell.
 
2013-01-17 12:32:31 AM

katerbug72: Jeffrey Weissman


I'd rather see Tom Wilson

and
StopaskingtheQuestion
 
2013-01-17 03:29:27 AM

NASAM: *snip*
See, that's one problem that I had with the movie. Lou is a moron. Yeah he knows about Google and how it turned into the multi-billion dollar company it is today, but even knowing that, a guy like Lou would never be able to start, develop, and run a company like Google. Now if you said that he got rich buy getting in early on their stock, I could buy that. But just because he understands what a browser is doesn't mean he could acutally make it work just by beating Larry Page to the punch.


At the beginning of the movie (with Lou in the car), it seemed he had memorized the rock song.  His character is the type that would have listened to a LOT of music and memorized much of it.  I assumed he "invented" the majority of the popular rock songs after he stayed in the past.  Being a millionaire, he invested large sums of cash early on with things he knew would pay off.

He probably didn't invent "Lougle", but probably invested enough money with the founders at the ground level that he was given naming rights and a large share in the eventual company.
 
2013-01-17 06:13:36 AM

FuManchu7: NASAM: *snip*
See, that's one problem that I had with the movie. Lou is a moron. Yeah he knows about Google and how it turned into the multi-billion dollar company it is today, but even knowing that, a guy like Lou would never be able to start, develop, and run a company like Google. Now if you said that he got rich buy getting in early on their stock, I could buy that. But just because he understands what a browser is doesn't mean he could acutally make it work just by beating Larry Page to the punch.

At the beginning of the movie (with Lou in the car), it seemed he had memorized the rock song.  His character is the type that would have listened to a LOT of music and memorized much of it.  I assumed he "invented" the majority of the popular rock songs after he stayed in the past.  Being a millionaire, he invested large sums of cash early on with things he knew would pay off.

He probably didn't invent "Lougle", but probably invested enough money with the founders at the ground level that he was given naming rights and a large share in the eventual company.


What I really want to know is if he invented Zach efron
 
2013-01-17 07:32:02 AM
I love this one:

"We can prevent Miley Cyrus!"

"Prevent her from what?"

"Just prevent her."
 
2013-01-17 08:39:39 AM
katerbug72
I love this one:
"We can prevent Miley Cyrus!"
"Prevent her from what?"
"Just prevent her."


We can crush his balls, his achy breaky balls.........
 
2013-01-17 08:57:50 AM

FuManchu7: NASAM: *snip*
See, that's one problem that I had with the movie. Lou is a moron. Yeah he knows about Google and how it turned into the multi-billion dollar company it is today, but even knowing that, a guy like Lou would never be able to start, develop, and run a company like Google. Now if you said that he got rich buy getting in early on their stock, I could buy that. But just because he understands what a browser is doesn't mean he could acutally make it work just by beating Larry Page to the punch.

At the beginning of the movie (with Lou in the car), it seemed he had memorized the rock song.  His character is the type that would have listened to a LOT of music and memorized much of it.  I assumed he "invented" the majority of the popular rock songs after he stayed in the past.  Being a millionaire, he invested large sums of cash early on with things he knew would pay off.

He probably didn't invent "Lougle", but probably invested enough money with the founders at the ground level that he was given naming rights and a large share in the eventual company.


this was actually my only problem with the film -
at the time they went "back in time".... Motley Crue and hair metal ALREADY EXISTED. They were at a Poison concert, for fark's sake.

So how exactly did Lou end up in Motley Crue? And renamed the band?
 
2013-01-17 09:02:54 AM
I'm seeing "more Jessica Pare" and "more Lizzy Caplan" in this thread.

Did anyone not recognize Diora Baird in this movie?
 
2013-01-17 12:22:37 PM

kg2095: moothemagiccow: kg2095: Isn't it ironic? Hot Tub Time Machine was on free to air TV here in Australia last night. I had never even heard of it before then.

Absolutely dripping with irony. Australia, right? Damn that's ironic.

United States right? You Americans are becoming as depressingly nasty as us Brits were in the aftermath of World War 2. You have an air of nastiness and defeatism about you lately.


Hey now, I'm not the one who took twenty words to say "You so nasteeee"
 
2013-01-17 12:27:34 PM
As long as it has the original cast, and more Lizzy Caplan, I may consider seeing it.

//Favorite quote "It's so impossibly black!"
 
2013-01-17 01:43:26 PM

Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: DMZ DEATH: Final Countdown turned me on to time travel.

That's how it starts.


That was.......breathtaking.
 
2013-01-17 06:08:58 PM

DMZ DEATH: That was.......breathtaking.


Isn't it, though? :D
 
2013-01-17 07:04:05 PM

Into the blue again: FuManchu7: NASAM: *snip*
See, that's one problem that I had with the movie. Lou is a moron. Yeah he knows about Google and how it turned into the multi-billion dollar company it is today, but even knowing that, a guy like Lou would never be able to start, develop, and run a company like Google. Now if you said that he got rich buy getting in early on their stock, I could buy that. But just because he understands what a browser is doesn't mean he could acutally make it work just by beating Larry Page to the punch.

At the beginning of the movie (with Lou in the car), it seemed he had memorized the rock song.  His character is the type that would have listened to a LOT of music and memorized much of it.  I assumed he "invented" the majority of the popular rock songs after he stayed in the past.  Being a millionaire, he invested large sums of cash early on with things he knew would pay off.

He probably didn't invent "Lougle", but probably invested enough money with the founders at the ground level that he was given naming rights and a large share in the eventual company.

What I really want to know is if he invented Zach efron


I would like to see the sequel like a cracked out version of Back To The Future II, they have to go back and try to correct the timestream by trying to convince Lou to be more subtle, if that's at all possible.
 
2013-01-17 07:06:55 PM
I would watch a sequel if it focused on how Lou lied, cheated, stole, and scammed his way to the lap of luxury. The Lougle bit was awesome.
 
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