Watched A Million Ways To Die In The West last night. I give it 5 out of 10 stars. About 90% of the gags are shown in the trailer, which in truth, the about half were pretty funny. There's still the Seth MacFarlane misogyny undertones to the story. Ted was 100% better. I would suggest waiting for it on Netflix.
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There is a subplot with Sarah Silverman and Giovanni Ribisi that is funny but then takes the undertone that Silverman's character owes Ribisi's character sex for putting up with her. Then he's rewarded with the sex. All in all they do not add to the major plot of the movie.
Charlize Theron's character is the best character out of the whole movie. She does an amazing job as an actress. She's written like a Western Beatrice and I absolutely love her, and then she has to be saved by MacFarlane's character.
MacFarlane's character is supposed to be the most special man out of the whole west. His character manages to be the smartest in the town, and somehow learns a way to outsmart and out do the horrible feared character that Liam Neesan plays, who is supposed to be the baddest man in the West. He also miraculously knows the Native American's Language.
They keep making note of things that have nothing to do with the plot, which works in Family Guy, but not in this film.