A Million Ways to Die in the West

By calliegirl27
Written May 31, 2014
Was very corny. Could have been done much better. Discouraging with all the great actors in this.
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Freaking anazingly hilarious

By louied60
Written May 31, 2014
If you're a Family Guy fan, Ted fan, anything Seth fan. This is a must see, crude humor, over the top death scenes, cameo's, well written and I'd expect nothing less! Definitely one of those movies to go see if you're having a bad day, you'll be all smiles and you're cheeks will be hurting from laughing so much! Definitely a must have in your collection when it is released on DVD/Blu Ray.
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Laughed so hard it made my sides hurt!

By tcalbaz
Written May 31, 2014
The current standard for Camp Cowboy Comedy is Mel Brook's Blazing Saddles. Until this week. Seth MacFarlane takes cowboy camp to the next absurd level. Yes at times its sophomoric and juvenile just like the Simpsons, Modern Dad and Futurama. At times it's downright vulgar vaudeville. I'd advise not bringing young children to this movie. Otherwise it's a laugh riot.. And thats what america likes after a hard day at work or sex, no?
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WAIT-FOR-DVD, make a musical instead

By rajahfl
Written May 31, 2014
Seth McFarlane is good at skit comedies, not telling interesting stories. And he loves song and dance so I think he should stick to cartoons and maybe make a musical. There were a few toilet humor jokes that are always funny but nothing that needs to be seen in a theater.
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Funny

By courtcb
Written May 31, 2014
Very funny lots of hidden funny parts. Overall worth the money!
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