Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this comedy adventure isn't as kid-friendly as the previews suggest. The four middle-aged friends who set out on the central road trip use plenty of strong language, and the genuine biker gang they butt heads with is full of slapsticky violent, tattoo-covered hog riders out to punish the "suburban a--holes" posing as bikers. And then there are all homophobic jokes and double entendres -- not to mention the scatological possibilities of four men taking on the great outdoors. Be prepared for a lot of gay, poop, and pee jokes.
The friends skinny dip; viewers see bare buttocks. A highway patrolman joins the guys and shows off his naked butt. A couple of passionate kisses.
A biker gang and the four Wild Hogs have a climactic fistfight, but despite the nonstop punching and kicking, no one ends up too bloody. One man knees two bikers in the groin and squirts condiments all over their face. A character regularly punches, pushes, and slaps his underlings.
Frequent cursing, including words like "bitch," "s--t," "p---y," "a--hole," etc. Several homophobic comments: "If any of my gay friends look at my junk, I'll kill them," "Does anyone else get a pre-rape feeling?," "I'm going to put your balls in my mouth and chew on them," etc.
True friends stick together, even when it means getting whupped by a gang of hardcore bikers. But also lots of scatological humor (the guys pee on the side of the road, biker says "We drink piss," Macy carries his poop around in a plastic bag) and derogatory/homophobic comments.
Several bikers ride Orange County Choppers, and founder Paul Teutel Sr. even cameos.
Drugs / Tobacco /
The Wild Hogs drink beer at various bars and diners throughout their road trip; Tim Allen's character discusses how often he was high in his college days.