Million Ways to Die

As far as comedies go, Million Ways to Die was a pretty good one. Set in the late 1800’s, Seth MacFarlane (who I just found out is the voice behind many characters – Family Guy in particular) brings a story where everything they say and think is modern in a time where disease, death, and war was the norm. Some of it is crude humor. Other parts is clean and just downright funny. It’s not one of the movies that you see a second time but overall if you’re in for a laugh, this is it.

It’s much cleaner than say Neighbors or Haunted House 2 but doesn’t escape completely into the world of clean humor. You’ll see a lot of your favorite actors and maybe ones that you’ll look up later on. Overall, it was pretty good. I don’t recommend it to young kids (although that doesn’t seem to stop a lot of people from taking their 13-15 year olds boys/girls in). Enjoy!

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