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|Wild Hogs |
Actors: Tim Allen, Martin Lawrence, John Travolta, William H. Macy, Ray Liotta
Director: Walt Becker
Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy
Tim Allen, John Travolta, Martin Lawrence and William H. Macy star in Wild Hogs, the hysterically funny comedy about four weekend-warrior friends who decide to rev up their ho-hum suburban lives with a cross-country motorc... more »
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William J. (billystan3) from AUBURN, NY
Reviewed on 11/1/2011...
A very funny good-guy verses bad-guy movie. Watch out bikers the Wild Hogs are on the loose.
Lucinda B. from LONGVIEW, TX
Reviewed on 3/18/2011...
This is a must if you are getting a little long in the tooth. 4 older men hit the road on there bikes... trying to get back a little of there youth. Very funny, but if you are under 40 this may not be for you. I for one loved it.
2 of 2 member(s) found this review helpful.
Phil S. (moxieman) from RALEIGH, NC
Reviewed on 10/24/2010...
This movie had some funny parts in it. We enjoyed it.
1 of 1 member(s) found this review helpful.
William R. from MONTMORENCI, SC
Reviewed on 3/9/2010...
Great movie, a great comedy.need more like this and less killing movies.
1 of 2 member(s) found this review helpful.
Purple Fairy | Cedar Bend Cottage | 05/19/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I am not one to usually write reviews on movies, and I can't stand the people who try to analyze every little aspect of movies and write novels of their opinions instead of just enjoying them for what they are - entertainment!! That being said, I saw this with my mom, and I thought we would fall out of our chairs we were laughing so hard! I LOVE funny movies, and VERY rarely do I see one that makes me laugh this hard, so I just had to write this since the critics were so awful to this movie. Travolta, Allen, Lawrence and Macy are great together, and I didn't know that Ray Liotta (one of my faves!) was in the movie. This just made it even better! The entire movie was excellent - I can't wait to buy the DVD in August!"
A great cast makes this a great movie
bixodoido | Utah, USA | 06/28/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Wild Hogs is a typical midlife crisis movie. Four men, who have been friends for years and who suit up in leather and ride to the local bar and grill regularly to hang out, suddenly wonder what happened to their lives. They all realize, one by one, that they've hit middle age and fallen into a rut, and they decide to take a cross country trip on their bikes to get out of it.
This is one of the more entertaining movies I've seen in a while. What made it for me, however, was not the plot or even the comedic moments but rather the excellent performances by a great cast. John Travolta plays the cool-guy-in-a-midlife-crisis role perfectly, and Tim Allen pulls off his when-did-my-life-get-so-bland part flawlessly as well. Throw in great performances by Martin Lawrence, a man desperate to get out from under his overbearing wife's thumb, and William H. Macy, a geek who hopes he can FINALLY do something that will make him cool, and you've got a great group of main characters.
Macy's performance is probably the most surprisingly good of the bunch. He's downright hilarious in this movie as the 'rebel nerd.' And Ray Liotta is excellent as the villain, the antagonist who tries to refuse this group of "Wild Hogs" their right to ride on the grounds that they're not real bikers.
This is a very funny movie and is sure to keep you entertained. With a relatively unoriginal plot this may not have been a great film if not for the excellent cast, but these guys will have you cheering for the middle-aged suburbanite and longing for the open road yourself."
Born to Be Mild
Scott T. Rivers | Los Angeles, CA USA | 03/10/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Hollywood needs to rediscover the lost art of movie comedy. "Wild Hogs" is "City Slickers on Harleys" minus the humor, inventiveness and overall good taste. The filmmakers take every conceivable wrong turn and waste a fine cast in the process. You may get a few chuckles from this inexplicable box-office smash, but you'll probably hate yourself in the morning."