Film.com - Here’s the central gag of Seth MacFarlane’s sophomore feature “A Million Ways to Die in the West”: there are a lot of ways to die in the Old West, and most of them are pretty terrible. Get it? It’s right there in the title! How could you not get it? Funny, right? And obvious and overlong and not clever? Now you might have some idea of what you’re dealing with when it comes to “Million Ways,” a relentlessly unfunny and charmless send-up of better films with better ideas. Who would have ever suspected that MacFarlane’s foul-mouthed teddy bear movie would be the high water mark of his short film career?