A cowardly farmer must find his courage
and battle a notorious gunslinger.
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I didn't expect much with this Western comedy. The critics agreed unanimously that it was horrendous. I, however, thought it was hilarious and very entertaining. Seth MacFarlane's sense of humor is both dark and ridiculous, providing an interesting backdrop for this comedy.
The supporting cast is great, providing Liam Neeson with a unique comedic role. For a movie that got panned by critics across the board, I can honestly say that it is worth your time. Both fans of westerns and outrageous comedies will love this film.
Seth MacFarlane once again proves he is just as good at movies as he is animated television. After the movie Ted, MacFarlane comes back with a movie that cleverly pokes fun at the western genre and the mentality of people's minds back then. MacFarlane does an actually pretty good job in the lead role as a cowardly sheep farmer who must find his courage.
The rest of the main cast was also great, with Liam Neeson playing a good villain. The film was full of great cameos from a few well known celebrities and a couple (surprising) ones. The film did seem to stretch on for a little bit, though. In the end, this is a film with many great jokes and will keep you laughing throughout.