I want to put this on the record: I don't like Seth MacFarlane's comedies, but I can't deny that they give me an odd little buzz. Whether it's Family Guy or Ted or his latest, A Million Ways to Die in the West, MacFarlane has such an unpredictable, explosively abrasive comedic style that I'm never bored. (I don't often like what I see, but I'm never bored.) But his considerable talent remains secondary to his sizable weaknesses. I reviewed A Million Ways for Screen International.