After losing his girlfriend and hating living in American Wild West, a cowardly sheep farmer named Albert begins to fall for the mysterious new woman in town. He must put his new-found courage to the test when her notorious gun-slinger husband announces his arrival.
Well here's Seth MacFarlane's new film; I enjoyed A Million Ways to Die in the West but not as much as I did Ted. I enjoyed the use of modern language in a western film set in 1882, but it did take away from the film. The jokes are fun but they feel a lot like Family Guy jokes; I did have fun with the one liners. Another thing that took me out of the film was sometimes Seth MacFarlane would sound like his characters in Family Guy and it took me away from believing this character.
The cast is great, Seth MacFarlane is funny but I did enjoy him as Ted more. Giovanni Ribisi plays Albert's friend and he does an awesome job as the dumb, naive character. Neil Patrick Harris doesn't play any new type of character, he plays the ladies’ man like in Harold and Kumar, but I have to say I always enjoy seeing N.P.H. like that. Liam Neeson is always awesome but his character was kind of flat and after the Lego movie it was hard not to compare characters. The one person that was a shocker was Sarah Silverman. I'm not a fan of her but I loved her in this movie and wanted to see more of her. A Million Ways to Die in the West has a bunch of awesome cameos (which I don't want to give away).
I had fun with A Million Ways to Die in the West but it lacks compared to Ted. Cheers and remember life won't suck as long as there is a good movie to watch.
Edited by: Samantha Locke