A Million Ways to Die in the West

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After Albert backs out of a gunfight, his fickle girlfriend leaves him for another man. When a mysterious and beautiful woman rides into town, she helps him find his courage and they begin to fall in love. But when her husband, a notorious outlaw, arrives seeking revenge, the farmer must put his newfound courage to the test. (iTunes)


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English But it's a very strong 3*. The reviews had made me expect a mixture of disgusting and vulgar jokes, which is what I got, but in such a novel and original way that I laughed out loud and often. I find it hilarious that all those filthy MacFarlane sins were coming out of the mouths of so many A-list actors, not to mention how deadly serious or endearingly insane they could look while doing it. But not to spoil the script too much, some of the jokes are really excellent and the overall "promotion" of the Wild West, where everything smells bad and even a visit to the fair is a deadly dangerous affair, also won my warm sympathy. Towards the end, MacFarlane slowly loses his breath, but he still has the backing of both the over-the-top Charlize Theron, who’s as lovely and energetic as ever, and also Liam Neeson, who plays the bad guy with clear gusto. But if there's one thing this film really deserves the audience's attention for, it's the absolutely perfect cameos – for example, the scene after the credits (specifically after "THE END") has never amused me so much. The 4* are hanging in the air, we’ll see next time. 70% ()


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English This could have been a very good comedy, but even during the reprisal after years, eighty percent of MacFarlane's humor couldn't make me laugh. It's a shame because I had a good to great time with the remaining twenty percent (dollar bill, Indians, many unexpected twists, brawl in the saloon, etc.). In my opinion, it's a shame that the creators resorted to such miserably simple Troškařina, as they were obviously capable of coming up with truly funny stuff. One good thing was definitely the involvement of Charlize Theron (no need to explain), but still, the whole thing was unnecessarily wasted opportunity for me. Well, I've written enough, so Mila Kunis! / Lesson learned: Don't be a fool and don't smile at the photographer. ()



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English I don't know what anyone expected, but this is simply a good comedy. Yes, it's unnecessarily stretched out, but if you liked Seth's humor in his other works, you will probably like it here too. Plus, I just have a weakness for the western setting, which I love. And some of the jokes, especially the modern ones that don't fit the time period, are excellent. Great contrasts. Seth is a jerk, but a jerk that suits me. ()


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English The fecal humor, which also has to be shown with everything it encompasses, will destroy me one day. And yet A Million Ways to Die in the West could have been a really good comedy if it had dispensed with these unnecessary things. Seth MacFarlane writes and acts like a very rude and still funny Woody Allen, he has a lot of ideas (maybe too many) and the film, which smells of western atmosphere, moves along briskly. Of the supporting characters, I liked most the fiancés played by the charmingly vulgar Sarah Silverman and the corpse-pale Giovanni Ribisi, Charlize Theron was very good, and Liam Neeson played the bad guy a bit like Henry Fonda in Once Upon a Time in the West. Even if you don't want to see the film, at least listen to Joel McNeely's great soundtrack, on which Goldsmith's honest school is really evident. Three and a half. ()


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English A bit of controversial inanity that would have been a nice six-episode sitcom. Great cameos (Marvel with their forced Stan Lee cameos can learn from this), top casting and some cool jokes set in an anti-western world we haven’t seen before, all in a quite long running time. On the other hand, there are a few extremely dementedly embarrassing jokes, and some scenes had such poor direction that they would belong in the bonus material with failed shots. It’s as if Seth MacFarlane didn’t have enough time and didn’t do any reshoots. It’s like the movie was put together in a week. I hesitated with adding the third star for a few days, but I decided to grant it to the film for its good mood. And for Neil Patrick Harris, who is the funniest thing in the movie. MacFarlane, however, fails in the leading role. ()

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