So with all the movies trailers I’ve been popping in front of you guys lately, I figured it was only necessary to give these posts a radically unnecessary header. So welcome to The (Movie) Trailer Park. GET IT?
Today we’ve got the trailer for A Million Ways to Die in the West, the new comedy from Seth MacFarlane. I know not everyone is a fan of Family Guy. Okay, you’re weird, but okay. But go watch MacFarlane’s first movie, Ted, right now.
Did you like it? If the answer is yes, then read on. If you answered no, then GET THE HELL OUT.
Okay, now that the fun-hating naysayers are gone, HOW ABOUT WE WATCH A FRIGGIN’ TRAILER? (Fairly NSFW.)
Mostly Average Take:
Sheyit that was fun! I’ve so many thoughts on this trailer, so let’s do this rapid-fire style.
-Can I just say, Seth MacFarlane is not a horrid-looking man? He’s no Joe Jonas (or whoever the kids find dreamy these days, I don’t know), but he can hold his own. For about five seconds I could believe he’d date Charlize Theron or Amanda Seyfried. I mean, he’s got personality too! And he’s rich. Wait a second… I have to kill him now. Or eat his soul and absorb his powers. Either way, I’m veering off the tracks here.
-I’m unbelievably happy that Giovanni Ribisi is bringing back the creepy dance from Ted. It’s a thing to behold if you haven’t seen it. Oh wait, I can just show it to you, because INTERNET.
-Surprisingly, there’s not enough Neil Patrick Harris in this trailer. But he does have a dance number… so that’s something to look forward to.
-Is anyone else unreasonably attracted to Sarah Silverman? There’s just something about that foul-mouthed Jewess I find delightful and appealing. And dear lord does she look hilarious in this. (And don’t worry, I ran that descriptor by a Jewish friend before I posted this. I mean, would have done it anyway, but at least my joke-conscience is clear.)
-And of course, how can I resist a movie with Liam Neeson as a gun-toting bad guy? He’s only THE BEST.
This is one of those rare comedies that I will certainly be seeing in theaters. Seth has my support, because that guy knows how to make me guffaw like an imbecile.
Are you excited for this movie? Or are you meh on it? (Seriously, get OUT.)
And just to be nice, I’ve got all the gorgeous and wittily hysterical posters for you right here:
A Million Ways to Die in the West is scheduled for a May 30, 2014 release.