JAKE WILSON If only Seth McFarlane had stuck with his stock jokes about violent death and perverse sex, rather than trying to launch himself as a romantic leading man, this Western comedy might have worked.
CRAIG MATHIESON A patchy satire of the western from the team behind Ted, that makes too much of Seth MacFarlane's vanity and too little of Charlize Theron's comedic abilities.
As a cowardly farmer begins to fall for the mysterious new woman in town, he must put his newfound courage to the test when her husband, a notorious gunslinger, announces his arrival.
Jenny Cooney Carrillo He's a TV wunderkind turned movie mogul but Seth MacFarlane isn't overly confident of his place in the Hollywood food chain.
Jenny Cooney Carrillo Charlize Theron might look like an angel, but what comes out of her mouth is less angelic.
Owen Richardson In this novelisation of a new comedy by Seth MacFarlane the trappings of the old West are seen through the eyes of a 21st-century smart alec.