Film Review: A Million Ways to Die in the West | The Man Cave Cinema

You could say that Seth MacFarlane knows a thing or two about comedy. He ought to, after twelve seasons of Family Guy, ten seasons of American Dad! and his hilariously heartfelt breakout film, Ted. And now he's blazing his own trail into brand new territory — the comedy-western. It's a niche genre that's seen its share of hits — in Blazing Saddles — and misses — like Wagons East! — over the years, but does a Connecticut Yankee have what it takes to make it in the Old West and make us laugh at the same time?

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