The year is 1882 and a man who belongs in the 21st century begins to fall for the mysterious new woman in town, his courage is tested when her husband shows up to town and is one of the most feared gunmen in the west.
Writers: Seth MacFarlane, Alec Sulkin, Wellesley Wild
Director: Seth MacFarlane
Stars: Seth MacFarlane, Charlize Theron, Liam Neeson
Run time/Rating: 116 Minutes/ R
Popcorn Score: Medium Popcorn with Butter
I wouldn’t want to call myself the biggest Seth MacFarlane/ Family Guy fan in the world. I think way to highly of myself to put myself in that category, but if I am being honest, I suppose I am up there. I have seen every episode of Family Guy, many if not all, a couple of times. I loved Ted, thought it was perfect. I was of the small population that loved his performance during the Academy Awards a couple years back. I defended the “I Saw Your Boobs” song, justifying it as satirical material and criticized anyone who was offended by it as way too sensitive. Although I have only watched American Dad, and The Cleveland Show sporadically, I admittedly own Seth MacFarlane’s “standards” music album.
What can I say other than you are getting what you expect with “A Million Ways to Die in the West” I liked it a lot in the theater, and the more I have thought about it after I left, the more I look back, laugh, and like it more. I am looking forward to a 2nd screening after it’s out on Blu-ray. For now that is all I have to say. Perhaps I will have more helpful and or constructive comments about it after I watch its encore performance.
Medium Popcorn with Butter.