Wild Hogs


Wild Hogs (2007)


Critic Consensus: Wild Hogs is a dreadful combination of fish-out-of-water jokes, slapstick, and lazy stereotypes.


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A group of middle-aged friends decide to rev up their routine suburban lives with a freewheeling motorcycle trip. Taking a long dreamed-of breather from their stressful jobs and family responsibilities, they can't wait to feel the freedom of the open road. When this mismatched foursome, who have grown far more used to the couch than the saddle, set out for this once-in-a-lifetime experience, they encounter a world that holds far more than they ever bargained for. The trip begins to challenge their wits and their luck, especially during a chance run-in with the Del Fuegos, a real-life biker gang who are less than amused with their novice approach. As they go looking for adventure, they soon find that they've embarked on a journey they will never forget.

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Tim Allen
as Doug Madsen
John Travolta
as Woody Stevens
Martin Lawrence
as Bobby Davis
William H. Macy
as Dudley Frank
Jill Hennessy
as Kelly Madsen
M.C. Gainey
as Murdock
Dominic James
as Billy Madsen
Dominic Janes
as Billy Madsen
Tichina Arnold
as Karen Davis
Randy Sklar
as Buck Dooble
Cynthia Frost
as Mrs. Putnam
Kyle Gass
as Kyle--Lead Singer
Shane Baumel
as Toby--Leaf Raker
Sterling Rice
as Chili Booth Vendor
Steve Landesberg
as Accountant
Arnold Chon
as Really Tiny Biker
as Claire Davis
Vic Izay
as Mr. Putnam
Bebe Drake
as Mother-in-Law
John C. McGinley
as Highway Patrolman
Patrick O'Neal
as Family Dad
Peter Fonda
as Damien Blade
Liezl Carstens
as Del Fuegos Biker Chick
James Johnstone
as Diner Patron
Nick Loren
as Chili Pepper
Marcel Becker
as Softball Booth Vendor
Sam Travolta
as Festival Goer
Jonathan Rau
as Diner Patron No. 2
Jason Sklar
as Earl Dooble
Anthony Schmidt
as Truck Driver
Drew Sidora
as Haley Davis
Michael Hitchcock
as Kent--B.I. Biker
Taylor Warden
as Family Kid
Jessica Tuck
as Family Mom
Art Aitken
as Huge Tattooed Biker
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Critic Reviews for Wild Hogs

All Critics (142) | Top Critics (41)

This could have been a City Slickers on cycles. But it's an incredibly lazy movie, from the on-the-nose casting to the soundtrack ('70s vintage road rock) to the script to the scouting of locations.

May 28, 2007 | Rating: C | Full Review…

Mind-sodomisingly mediocre family comedy.

Apr 14, 2007 | Rating: 1/5 | Full Review…

Petrol-headed fifty-somethings into Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Allman Brothers will probably relate to some of the funnier scenes. The rest, including pre-teens, are advised to avoid it like el plago.

Apr 12, 2007 | Full Review…
Time Out
Top Critic

This collection of gags on male menopause, genuinely offensive gay-cop jokes and bumper-sticker life lessons is beyond intolerable.

Mar 10, 2007 | Rating: 1/6 | Full Review…

It's bland and forgettable; it'll probably do okay when it plays on a plane.

Mar 5, 2007

Wild Hogs really doesn't spend much time on the road. Good thing, too, because after the guys are found sleeping side-by-side and skinny-dipping together, the writers must have run out of homosexual panic jokes.

Mar 3, 2007 | Rating: D
AV Club
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Hmmm bit of an A-list ego trip really, not much happens here that isnt predictable, cliched and rather unfunny to be frank. Just a bunch of old guys trying to be cool and funny whilst trying to impress younger women, thats all this is! haha and thats on both counts as in film and reality methinks. I just think this was a fantasy holiday for the cast to live out and not much more, I can't believe they were paid for this, we'll be seeing Travolta as a pilot in a film soon I reckon, just doing what he loves and getting paid for it. The bikes are cool and so is the idea for a real life holiday but its kinda lame seeing big names getting paid huge amounts for this kind of 'work' whilst trying to desperately regain their youth and fame for real at the same time.

Phil Hubbs
Phil Hubbs

Super Reviewer

Wild Hogs is just okay for, I like watching it but I also feel embarassed when i do because of how cliche and dumb it is at many times.

Jim Careter
Jim Careter

Super Reviewer

Half-fun, half-lame, although a decent biker comedy overall. Script-wise, it's really lacking, but the cast and soundtrack keeps things enjoyable. I feel sorry for William H. Macy though, whose only job in the film is to provide some clownish slap-stick and comic relief. He sort of reminded me of a real-life Ned Flanders. Anyway, for such a corny plot concept, it's actually pretty amusing. You won't be laughing your guts out, but you won't be bored to tears either. In other words, not as bad as you might believe.

Mike S
Mike S

Super Reviewer

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