Imagine taking the farting-around-the-campfire scene from Blazing Saddles and expanding it into a feature film, and you get some idea of what this swampy comedy Western is all about. Co-producer/director/co-writer/lead actor Seth MacFarlane is the simple sheep farmer trying to win back his girlfriend (Amanda Seyfried) and best a notorious gunman (Liam Neeson) in a film full of toilet humor and sexist and homophobic jokes. The critics hate it, but some people did laugh — sometimes — during a recent screening in Santa Fe. Shot in New Mexico, but the state will survive this indignity. Rated R. 116 minutes. Regal Stadium 14, Santa Fe; DreamCatcher, Española.
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