Wild Hogs
2007
Restless and ready for adventure, four suburban bikers leave the safety of their subdivision and head out on the open road. But complications ensue when they cross paths with an intimidating band of New Mexico bikers known as the Del Fuegos.

Scott Hardie: “It sucked.”

If the producer credit for Brian Robbins isn't sufficient warning, let me be clear: This movie is another dumbass two-hour sitcom episode trying too hard to convince you it's funny, the sort Hollywood lazily tosses out every spring starring formerly well-regarded stars now available at cut-rate salaries (Marisa Tomei, William H. Macy, Ray Liotta) and awkwardly cramming a life lesson into each character's lame-brained arc because their IQ has nowhere to go but up. To be more specific, Wild Hogs pretends its a biker comedy for suburban dads, but it's actually targeted squarely at women, because in his heart no man is interested in seeng a cutesy furtive romance stalled by a stammering loser's nerves, or jokes about how a husband and father is so emasculated that he "hilariously" chokes after gulping down too much mashed potatoes and gravy in a feeble attempt to prove his manhood, or (I swear I'm not making this up) a scene set in Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. Yeah, this movie was made for guys. Totally.

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