A Million Ways to Die in the West DVD (Review)
It has been well over a month since A Million Ways to Die in the West has been released on DVD and perhaps the home entertainment reaction to the film will be a bit better than the welcome that Seth MacFarlane’s version of what could be described as the modern Paleface got on its initial release. The creative genius behind television’s Family Guy and American Dad as well as the big screen Mark Wahlberg comedy Ted, was not overly praised by film critics with his “scatter shot” film, as stated by Rotten Tomatoes, but box office receipts prove that the film was not that bad, making over twice its production costs.
2 thoughts on “A Million Ways to Die in the West DVD (Review)”
I guess there’s something for everybody … but this sure wasn’t aimed at me. Surprised to see Neeson in this … thing.
He must have needed the money! LOL