A pair of animal enthusiasts desperate to boost the ratings of their failing television series "Strange Wilderness" set out for the Andes in search of the elusive Bigfoot in this comedy directed by Fred Wolf and starring Justin Long, Steve Zahn, Kevin Heffernan, and Ernest Borgnine. Peter Gaulke (Zahn) and Fred Wolf (Allen Covert) are the energetic hosts of "Strange Wilderness" -- television's most unconventional nature show. When the ratings take a nosedive and they are confronted with cancellation, Peter finds himself resorting to desperate measures in order to stay on the air. Perhaps if the "Strange Wilderness" crew could somehow track down the most elusive creature ever to stalk the woodlands, they could keep their show on the air and go down in history as the adventurers who solved one of nature's greatest mysteries. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
I love stupid humor but this movie was dreadful. Steve Zahn is a funny guy but the script in this movie was boring and all the comedic timing was poor. I think the commericals for this movie showed some of the few funny parts of the movie, which is why I actually rented the movie b/c it looked good. So don't waste your time with this movie. If you're looking for a similar type of movie rent Knocked Up or Superbad.
This is one of the worst movies I've ever seen. Happy Madison studios does it again. I'm a big Steve Zahn fan, but he's awful here. He lacks every bit of his normal charm in this clunker. I'm not sure if he's just going through the motions or what. I kept waiting for him to look at the camera and apologize for being in such a piece of junk.
I like Steve Zahn and he has done some really cool stuff. In this movie he is portrayed as a complete idiot. I really didn't see a story line in the movie because none of it made any sense. Also the foul language and the other innuendoes made the movie seem vulgar and cheap. I didn't find any humor in this movie at all. I also think that it is a waste of time to sit and watch.