[Trailer Review] A Million Ways to Die in the West!

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“A Million Ways to Die in the West,” is… funny? Yeah, it is. It’s funny. Hmmm! It’s the Dirtiest Damn Western Comedy Ever” so that’s good!

CAST:

Seth MacFarlane (Writer & Director), Charlize Theron, Amanda Seyfried, Liam Neeson, Giovanni Ribisi, Sarah Silverman,Neil Patrick Harris, Rex Linn, Ralph Garman, Bill Maher, Wes Studi, Gilbert Gottfried, Christopher Lloyd.

Director MacFarlane, whom we last caught on the big screen as 2012′s titular “Ted,” plays a wimpy farmer who posits that “the American West is a terrible place in time. Everything out here that’s not you, wants to kill you.”

As you can see from this trailer (below), Albert lives in a strange town where people die in all sorts of hideous, bloody ways, from giant blocks of ice squishing them to cholera and a town fair where people always die.

You can also see Sarah Silverman as a lady of the night named Ruth, Giovanni Ribisi as a naïve young dork, Neil Patrick Harris as someone with an amazing mustache, and more. And thankfully, we get to see Liam Neeson play a different role. There are dance numbers, explosions, fights, blood and other bodily fluids, and even a hot-air balloon.

So, all you have to do now is sit tight until the movie is released on May 30 to learn about the other 999,988 ways to die in the West.

 

2 Responses to [Trailer Review] A Million Ways to Die in the West!

  1. Yomi says:

    You forgot to mention the book. Macfarlane released a book about the movie.

  2. Saliseuss says:

    I watched the advert on TV last night.. It was funny. Lmao!

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