Seth MacFarlane is better heard from and not seen. After writing and directing his first big screen feature two years ago – “Ted” – the creator of TV’s “Family Guy” proved himself to be competent enough to take his sense of humor onto the big screen. I really liked “Ted” and thought it was a smart comedy, even if he flirted with crossing certain lines with his jokes. That’s what he’s known for, so there shouldn’t be any surprises there. With his sophomore feature “A Million Ways to Die in the West,” MacFarlane steps in front of the camera this time and tries his hand at being a leading man. The results are disastrous.