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A Million Ways to Die in the West 

click to enlarge How the West Was Weird: Frontier life may have been no joke, but in MacFarlane's hands, it's good for a million laughs.

How the West Was Weird: Frontier life may have been no joke, but in MacFarlane's hands, it's good for a million laughs.

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L.A. Weekly A Million Ways to Die in the West: Seth MacFarlane Proves (Almost) Worthy of Mel Brooks Comparisons We're still adjusting to Seth MacFarlane as a big-screen star. Not just because his breakneck, absurdist humor often demands that viewers pause and rewind, but because the man himself looks like a hand-inked cartoon, with his black, pupil-less eyes and an alabaster baby face that, lacking cheekbones that could carve... by Amy Nicholson 05/28/2014
Portland Mercury A Dead Horse Here are A Million Ways to ruin the western. by Ned Lannamann 05/28/2014
Creative Loafing Tampa A Million Ways To Die at the Multiplex Seth MacFarlane follows up Ted with a tepid Western comedy. by Joe Bardi 05/29/2014
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Westword Seth MacFarlane proves there are A Million Ways to Die in the West We're still adjusting to Seth MacFarlane as a big-screen star. Not just because his breakneck absurdist humor often demands that viewers pause and rewind, but because the man himself looks like a hand-inked cartoon, with his black, pupil-less eyes and an alabaster baby face that appears to reflect light like... by Amy Nicholson 05/29/2014

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