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A Million Ways To Die Movie Review

Submitted by on June 3, 2014 – 7:13 pmNo Comment

Official Theatrical Poster

I recently went to see “A Million Ways to Die in the West” and was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed it. On my way to the theatre I was thinking whether this would be a complete waste of time. The first half proved those thoughts to be correct. But then the last half of the movie made up for it (in a big way).

In case you’re not aware, this movie is produced by Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane. That matters because if you’re not a fan of Family Guy and/or MacFarlane, you WILL NOT like this movie. A majority of this movie is pop culture references, random cutaway gags, and poop related jokes. So, you know, the normal Seth MacFarlane content.

I liked the Back to the Future reference where Christopher Lloyd reprised his Doc Brown role for a brief cameo with the DeLorean as well. There was no reference to the character’s name but I believe it was in the end credits. I wasn’t a big fan of the (spoiler alert) Neil Patrick Harris having diarrhea in multiple cowboy hats scene because I felt it went way too long.

I did like how the movie took a dramatic turn towards the mid-way mark.

Exterior Shot of the Town in “A Million Ways to Die in the West”

 

So, to summarize, this movie is mainly for those who are fans of Seth MacFarlane, Family Guy, Ted, and other projects that focus on pop culture references. I recommend seeing this at a matinee instead of paying full price.

- By Stan Man

Overall Rating: 3.5/5, B+

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