There couldn't have been a better name for this movie if you ask me. Everywhere you look, there's a possibility of dying. Just like in real life actually, but this one is taken up a notch for being in the west. There are rattlesnakes, drought, major and minor injuries, the black shit, the Indians, homosexual drunkards, you name it. Seth MacFarlane's Albert knows this better than anyone, but he didn't think his heart would be destroyed (apart from a gunshot) as long as he has his Louise, who destroys it herself coldly. He's a sheep farmer who wimps out on stand downs and has never shot a gun before, so basically, he's a loser but very kind. What is he to do when Clinch Leatherwood is coming into town, the one who always shoots on two?
Now what I really liked about this movie is how much it surprised me, on an emotional level and how, unlike Family Guy, it makes the three D's: death, decay and disgust funny. You want to know something? During this Indian Scene, I saw the subtitle for "No." but I heard Albert say "Mila Kunis.", so I don't know if they were talking gibberish and making fun of the Indian language, but it was sure surprising hearing that. Albert develops a relationship that I felt was perfect but took a few bumps, in the movie and in my opinion both but pulled through completely and I was thankful for that. The movie may fall a tiny bit in the third act but that doesn't stop an absolutely hilarious and loveable first act and it's laugh-a-minute, or should I say die-a-minute gags. Seth MacFarlane made the right choice casting himself into the lead role, he knows this material well, and that's all coming from a Family Guy hater.