Seth MacFarlane's "Family Guy" and "American Dad" are full of movie references, and his latest film, "A Million Ways to Die in the West," seems to be no different.
Today we have a new TV spot for the movie, giving us a look at a scene in which MacFarlane walks into a barn and finds Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) from "Back to the Future Part III" as he hides the DeLorean under a sheet. When asked about the car, Brown replies: "It's just a weather experiment." Check it out below.
"A Million Ways to Die in the West" co-stars Liam Neeson and Charlize Theron. It's set to hit theaters on May 30th.
I wouldn't mind seeing MacFarlane stumble into a pit full of angry hornets. Guy's a f*cking moron. Movie looks funny though.
I'm still searching in vain for a bad review of Singer's new X-men movie, I don't get it, that movie looks like sh*t to me. Anyone here seen it yet? And if you did, and you liked The Wolverine, then don't bother responding.
I think the terms "Sophisticated Sam" or "Realistic Robert" are more accurate. The Wolverine was forgetable sh*t IMO. And Singer, I can't think of a single one of his films that would lead me to believe that Days of Future past would be any different or original. With the trend of mediocre and even completely lousy movies getting respectable reviews these days, and after the disappointment that was Godzilla, I find it hard to believe that if I spend my hard earned money on seeing this in the theater that I'm going to be anything less than pissed off that I fell for the hype AGAIN. Most of you guys are far more like Tanman than you'd be willing to admit when it comes to film assessment. I think I'll wait to see what the consensus is from various unnamed posters on this site.
@Stapes: For once, i agree with Putman. For a movie that tried to use "We're bringing all the X Men together in one big movie" as a selling point, they actually didn't use them that much. Most of the mutants from the first class movie are either in one scene, or done away off camera, and the ones in the future are only seen for about 20-25 minutes total out of the 2 and a half hour long film.
The best part about the movie is the end, for reasons I won't spoil, but the actual movie tended to focus way too much on Professor X, Magneto, and Wolverine. They introduce Quicksilver, in a way that actually seems much cooler in video than in pictures, but then drop him from the story just as quick, despite i could see many scenarios where he would have been useful.
I think the only real interesting aspect of the film was the focus on Mystique, something i didn't see coming, but not surprised at, considering how much of a star Jennifer Lawrence is now.