By Ryan Parsons | Image property of Touchstone Pictures.
I didn't get a chance to see Wild Hogs at the theater but I can now confirm that this film is the perfect option for those of you looking for something that you and (especially) your parentals can enjoy. If you are under the age of 35, you might find that Hogs favors the older crowd a bit more than the younger, but what would you expect from a film that covers mid-life crisis among multiple characters played by high profile actors?
On DVD: Wild Hogs
Though I couldn't exactly relate to the story (just yet), Wild Hogs works better for me as a compilation of classic scenes. The argument between Travolta's character and his younger gardener is just one of the many scenes that I can watch over and over again.
If you are a fan of William H. Macy, you will be glad to know that the actor finds a way to stand out amongst Tim Allen, John Travolta and Martin Lawrence. Sure, he plays the dork of the group, but audiences will still find moments to relate to him; no matter how silly.
Wild Hogs comes with the standard array of extras including a 'Making Of,' deleted scenes, audio commentary, a blooper reel and an alternate ending. Yes, the parentals should enjoy these.