A Million Ways to Die In the West (Unrated)HD Closed Captioning SDH
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About the Movie
This hilarious UNRATED comedy from Seth MacFarlane, the creator of Family Guy and Ted, is filled with witty one-liners and an all-star cast. When Albert (MacFarlane) loses his girlfriend (Amanda Seyfried) to his moustached nemesis (Neil Patrick Harris), a mysterious and beautiful woman (Charlize Theron) rides into town and turns his luck around. But when her notorious outlaw husband (Liam Neeson) arrives seeking revenge, Albert must put his newfound courage to the test. Also starring the outrageous Giovanni Ribisi and Sarah Silverman. Critics say, “So hysterical, you’ll die laughing!” (-Mara Reinstein, US WEEKLY)
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 195
- Fresh: 64
- Rotten: 131
- Average Rating: 4.8/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Rotten: The one person who gets the balance right, weighing parody and homage, is the composer, Joel McNeely, whose opening theme stirs hopes and memories that the movie cannot match.
Rotten: A Million Ways to Die in the West feels like about 80 minutes of material was padded out to 110 minutes.
Rotten: This movie feels like it has a million jokes, and every single one arrives with a lethal thud.
Rotten: Feels more like an extended riff than a fully fleshed-out film.
I love Family Guy, and Ted was one of the funniest movies of 2012, so I had high hopes for A Million Ways to Die in the West. Unfortunately, this movie was a disappointment. Well I take that back, it wouldn’t have been disappointing if the trailer didn’t show everything. It spoiled 90% of the jokes and a specific cameo that I would’ve LOVED to have been surprised by. After about 15 minutes into the movie, I was hoping that it would get funnier… it didn’t. But although it didn’t get funnier, it did get more entertaining. In my opinion, Charlize Theron was the best part of the movie; her character was the most likable and she was pretty funny. Giovanni Ribisi and Sarah Silverman’s relationship was fun to watch too, although her character was kinda flat. Besides those three, I didn’t really care too much for the rest. Amanda Seyfried’s character was dull, there wasn’t really anything to Liam Neeson’s, Neil Patrick Harris’ was awkward to watch, and most importantly, Seth MacFarlane seemed to think his character was way more interesting than he really was. And I personally like him more as a teddy bear. Overall, this movie tried way too hard to be funny and is a major step-down from MacFarlane’s last movie Ted. I say wait until this comes out to rent instead of paying full ticket price at a theater. If you haven’t seen the trailer for this, DO NOT LOOK IT UP.
Very, very bad. The trailer had the best parts.
1,000 ways to kill an acting career
I actually had to hold myself in the chair of the theatre to endure the first 45 minutes. It was so bad, all I could think of was Clock Work Orange and the Ledvecchio Techinique. IT's that BAD-----You have been warned