Wild Hogs

Four middle-aged friends decide to embark on a freewheeling motorcycle trip to escape their routine suburban lives. They have stressful jobs and family responsibilities and they long to feel the freedom of the open road. What begins as an exciting challenge soon turns into a travesty.

Four middle-aged friends decide to embark on a freewheeling motorcycle trip to escape their routine suburban lives.

They have stressful jobs and family responsibilities and they long to feel the freedom of the open road. What begins as an exciting challenge soon turns into a travesty. Embarrassing moments ensue for the four easy riders.

The main characters are played by John Travolta, William H. Macy, Tim Allen and Martin Lawrence. The film aims for laughter by presenting these elder actors as characters who want to feel young again by going on this unusual road trip.

There are moments in the movie where one of the characters crashes into a sign due to inattentiveness. His friends laugh at him and the viewer is supposed to giggle as well – only the film is infused with scores of clich

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