WILD HOGS – Movie Review


When I first watched WILD HOGS I thought it was a funny little movie and could relate to the dichotomy that exists between Old School bikers and modern day suburbanites who ride brand new Harley-Davidson motorcycles. I had the DVD but it collected a lot of dust until my friend Bullslap mentioned one night how much he loves that movie. Since then I have watched it dozens of times, memorized most of the lines and laugh beforehand in anticipation of certain scenes and punchlines.

Check out the WILD HOG website at this link and watch the trailer: http://video.movies.go.com/wildhogs/

I think this movie is a riot and after a few beers there is nothing better than a game of WILD HOG Trivia where you make up your own questions and try to stump your friends who also enjoy this movie. Get it, watch it and memorize it.

Question: According to Ray Liotta’s character what is the joke?

Answer: Suburban assholes who wear leather outfits and think they’re bikers.

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7 Responses to “WILD HOGS – Movie Review”

  1. mr. green,
    considering what we did less than a month ago, i believe another movie scene would be more appropriate. your thoughts?

  2. I like the movie a more than I expected, mostly because of the little biker jokes that were there but wouldn’t be noticed by non-riders. My favorite one was at the end when Peter Fonda tells them to “lose the watches.”


  3. I agree Doug, the Peter Fonda appearance was the icing on the cake.

    Glimmerman, are you referring to the time we rode around all day together wearing panties? Just because we wear women’s underwear does not make us light in the loafers!
    RC & Glimmerman

  4. We love this movie! Hysterical!

    You did a panty-dash? LOL!!!

  5. mr. green,
    i could have gone all day w/o that picture. you sure have a knack for the absurd.

  6. The best part of all is I have pictures of Bullslap doing the panty run in a thong.

  7. once was more than enough. i stick w/ electra glide in blue. more my generation.

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