John Travolta, Tim Allen, 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 motorcycle adventure. They don their leathers, fire up their hogs and throw caution and their cell phones to the wind as they hit the open highway. But a lot can happen on the road to nowhere, including a run-in with the bad-to-the-bone Del Fuegos, a real biker gang who don't take kindly to wannabes. Filled with hilarious misadventures, screwball situations and madcap mayhem, this laugh-out-loud comedy is a movie your whole family will go hog wild over.
Some good laugh out loud gags, often resulting from some hapless attempt by one of the four friends to regain their youth. The story is an old one: a few people stand up to bullies then the whole town does. However, it's the actors' performances and charisma which make it. Travolta is the rich poser, Allen is the family man on a health kick to reduce his cholesterol, Lawrence is the hen-pecked husband and Macy is the computer nerd who is too nervous to get a girl. They are all rather endearing, but Macy is especially good.