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About the Movie
Tim Allen, Sigourney Weaver, Ray Liotta and Kelsey Grammer lead an all-star cast in this outrageously funny comedy! When Tommy (Tim Allen) gets released from the big house, he discovers life on the outside is even crazier than it was behind bars. Tommy’s eccentric sister won’t get off his back, his sexy ex-girlfriend won’t leave him alone, and his former partner in crime won’t take no for an answer. Through it all, Tommy just might find the girl of his dreams and get convicted of love in the first degree.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 12
- Fresh: 1
- Rotten: 11
- Average Rating: 2.6/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Rotten: Each actor appears to have received the script to a different movie, while Allen adds his own directorial touch of sexual vulgarity.
Rotten: Allen screws up his directing debut with a script that smothers his wit in a blanket of bland.
Rotten: Looking and sounding like a second-tier '80s made-for-cabler, Crazy on the Outside is the sort of bland trifle one might watch to kill time during an extended flight.
Rotten: Tim Allen's directorial debut, a strained comedy drama about an ex-con trying to go straight, isn't nearly crazy enough.
Tim is back
i thought Wild Hogs was hilarious. SO worth buying. im so glad tim allen is in another movie he is so funny! not only is he the star, he's the director. watch this movie and/or watch re-runs of his own comedy show "home Improvment" on TV land
Laugh Out Loud Funny
I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. It may help to be a Tim Allen fan, but I have to believe most people would enjoy it also. I think you would be better off not seeing the preview, a very large percentage of the funniest moments are in the preview.
As in most Tim Allen movies the story is very heartwarming and you can't help but cheer for the main character. If I were to relate this to another Tim Allen movie I would have to pick Joe Somebody as the closest thing to it.
Some of the references make you realize that Tim Allen is a man who knows about prison and turning your life around and that makes the movie feel more real.
I thought it was boring