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Plot: John makes a Christmas miracle happen by bringing his one and only friend to life, his teddy bear. The two grow up together and John must then choose to stay with his girlfriend or keep his friendship with his crude and extremely inappropriate teddy bear, Ted. Runtime: 106 mins Release Date: 28 Jun 2012
Absolutely fantastic, one of the best comedy movies ever! Yes it was vulgar, very dirty humor and features drug use but what do you expect, you should expect this if you've ever seen Family Guy. Obviously this isn't for the Tea Party crowd!This movie was so funny I nearly cried from laughing so hard. If you go to see this movie, take your sense of humor and prepare yourself for politically incorrect jokes. There are some pretty funny cameo appearances as well. I saw this movie overseas and it's funny to see people from another language and culture laugh so hard at American humor.
great movie zero complaints (by chalwah)
Okay here's my reviews...hahahahahahahahha....ted ''i love you''..yes this movie is beyond funny..I have never wanted to see a movie again so badly..when was the last time you saw a movie that you could watch again??? not often.. ted is one badd boy teddy bear but his heart is pure. the storyline is fun and exciting. intelligent humour and great comebacks very different to the dumb-humor that ruled most jim carey movies..this one had a lot of real-life issues in it. mark w. acts well as usual. but ted is by far the real star here hope there's a part 2 to this. <more>
anyways don't want to give away anything just go watch it and have fun
If you haven't laughed recently is just because you haven't seen TED yet! I saw it today. According to the trailers I was expecting to see one of the freshest movies of 2012, but instead truly laughed my a** off! Cannot remember the last time I laughed so much... on "Biodome" 1996 maybe.I used to die laughing at every TED trailer, which is very uncommon. But the movie has to offer much more. Very predictable overall story line with happy ending, but indeed the true power of TED lies in the way the story is developed, especially the dialogues. There is a very powerful <more>
situation comedy sit-com screenplay experience hidden behind the movie, in the best meaning of a sit-com. I mean the people behind the movie really put their best.Speaking of the overall qualities, nice soundtrack, great computer animations of the Ted character and great play of Mark Wahlberg. Must say Mila Kunis appearance was great too. Not really a strong play, but a really sexy Angelina Jolie-esh appeal. Dialogues? Kick a**!This is my first review where I will not reveal any spoilers and will keep it very short, because I really would recommend you to go and see the movie.A 2012 must see!
I am stunned by the number of negative reviews on here. We went to see Ted last night the UK release date and it was fantastic. In fact, it was the funniest film I have seen for years! The humour throughout is both obvious AND subtle, with masses of trademark Seth MacFarlane jokes as well as some expansion to his comedy repertoire made possible by having a live action film instead of an animation.Some people have commented on all the 80s references - that's the joke in itself - Seth always over-focuses on the 80s and he's poking fun at himself by doing it even more! He liked Star <more>
Wars, Indian Jones, Flash Gordon, Top Gun etc. So did I - which is partly what makes it all so cool! Fans of Seth's humour will love these little and not so little references as they have all been used extensively in Family Guy. You don't have to be 'over 35' to get the references, you just have to get that Seth is a big fan of the 80s and has great fun referencing stuff he likes. Some might call it self-indulgent but I thought it was very funny. Perhaps you have top be on a particular wavelength, I don't know.To suggest that he's being racist is also to misunderstand Seth MacFarlane - he's actually ridiculing people with stereotypical ignorant racist attitudes. Once again, he has done this in Family Guy and been similarly misunderstood. It's OK to make fun of racism or even the public's lack of knowledge on subjects such as 9/11 - neither of these mean that you're racist or pro-terrorist! In reference to the acting, Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis were very good especially Mila . Ted was also superbly played by Seth MacFarlane and it was interesting to note how after a while you didn't even really think of him as a bear; he was just another character in the film. Lovely to hear Patrick Stewart's voice used again too. In addition, there was a generous use of Family Guy people, who were all great fun especially the guy who does the voice of Joe Swanson and looked like they were clearly enjoying the opportunity to be in Seth's film debut.In summary, if you don't like Seth MacFarlane's humour, there's a good chance you will not enjoy this film. However, if you like Family Guy and you have the ability to look beyond the obvious, then you might well love Ted as much as I did. I thought it was brilliant and can't remember the last time I laughed so much at a cinema!
I don't normally like this sort of film, being a middle-aged, middle-class Englishman, but being stuck in a distant city with an evening to kill, I thought, why not? I found myself pleasantly surprised. On a scale where anything with Will Ferrell being 1 and Big Bang Theory being 10, this easily ranks 9. The humour is universal enough to travel across the Atlantic, and in between the gags there are real questions about what makes a man more than just a big kid, and how much does love over-rule loyalty.The CGI and the actors' eye-lines are faultless, the use of stuffed toys and <more>
graphics not always being obvious. I loved many of the gags, and being of a certain age, I so identified with the Flash Gordon motif running through the film.And it is such an original idea. What if a teddy bear really did come alive? The contradiction of Ted's childish appearance with a thirty-something jaded, crude personality gave an added punch to the humour, and Ted himself was not just a cartoon, but showed real pathos and feeling, even though he was a womanising dope-head.I loved it, and may even try to persuade 'Er Indoors to come see it with me a second time when I get home.
I'm a really picky person when it comes to movies because I work at a movie theater because one it is the last place I want to be on my days off and two I think one you have seen one, you have seen them all.Well hats off to Ted. I got into a free screening and I thought that it was completely, laughing my ass off funny. I could not believe that I have finally seen something that was truly won't-stop-laughing-until-it-is-over funny. All the actors did an amazing job. If you love Family Guy,you gonna love Ted. Something I hope doesn't happen is that parents do not let kids under 17 <more>
see this without them. A lot of drug use and nudity. I will make sure that me and some of the other managers enforce the policy so people can enjoy the movie in peace. When it comes out June 29 or you have the chance to see it before. GO! Seriously it is awesome and totally worth it.
A party of a film... not for the easily offended (by JeffTheBadger)
I really should start this with a warning: This film is not for everyone! If you are easily offended by swearing, sexual references, casual racism and various stereotypes then you should read no further and give this one a miss. However, if you are a fan of Seth MacFarlane's other projects Family Guy, American Dad and maybe you call yourself an "80's child" so many pop culture references to this time you are going to love this.Sure some parts are a little disjointed, the story seems vaguely familiar and the "moral" of it kind of gets lost but quite frankly, <more>
it's just so darn funny none of that matters. The script is hilarious, the cameos are fantastic and the soundtrack is perfect.Ted himself is well animated and Seth apart from sounding a little like Peter Griffin voices him with the usual competence. Mark Wahlberg delivers exactly what we have come to expect from him, and the rest of the cast seem to have had fun filming, which comes across in the various performances no matter how big or small. The acceptance and interaction of everyone with a living teddy-bear adds to the simple joy of this film, and you find yourself happy to watch and not question why nobody is fazed by this. TED is a laugh a minute, party of a film and I, for one, can't wait to see it again.
Consistently funny and a surprisingly cohesive effort from MacFarlane (by Movie_Muse_Reviews)
First there was Gollum, then Caesar the ape and now ... Ted? If you thought motion-capture animation was beyond the range of foul-mouthed R-rated comedy, here's your evidence to the contrary. "Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane has taken his love of characters who shouldn't behave like humans behaving like humans to the next level â€”and the big screen â€” with "Ted," a story of growing up â€” at the age of 35.Fans of MacFarlane and "Family Guy" will be the first to tell you that the comedy pioneer has been more cold than hot lately I guess those <more>
manatees in the tank of idea balls have been worked too hard . It's not easy to keep scoring laughs using the same non-sequitur formula over and over again, but fortunately "Ted" is a more comically cohesive effort than you'd ever expect from the king of unexpected random jabs, references and political incorrectness.If you haven't been curious enough to find out what the film is about already, "Ted" tells the story of how young John Bennett who grows up to be Mark Wahlberg , who had trouble fitting in as a kid, made a wish on Christmas Day for his teddy bear to come to life. His wish comes true and Ted becomes world famous, even appearing on the Johnny Carson Show. But as Patrick Stewart lovingly and frankly reminds us in his role as narrator: like Corey Feldman and Frankie Muniz, eventually, people stop giving a ****.Despite a serious relationship of four years with Lori Mila Kunis , nearly middle-aged John is still ripping bongs and watching '80s "Flash Gordon" with his equally irresponsible teddy bear best friend. Eventually, John must start to make sacrifices if he wants to become the adult that Lori wants him to be, and Ted is arguably the chief reason for his inability to shape up.There aren't exactly any curveballs in this story, but that's when you realize you're watching a film in which a man is trying to stop hanging out with his profane teddy bear. Despite the obvious outcomes, "Ted" has to be considered an original comedy.It's also consistently funny. Sure, the nature of many of the jokes is that they exist in a vacuum and aren't necessarily related to what's going on or what matters, but much of the references actually tie into the plot later on such as Flash Gordon ... it'll make sense when you see it and it's far less random than skeptics will come in expecting. That said, some of its best jokes and references will resonate on a personal level, i.e. if you watch this with a group of people, you're bound to laugh really hard at times when they don't and vice-versa.The only thing that feels a little out of place is a subplot involving Giovanni Ribisi as a creepy single father who has been a longtime admirer of Ted's and inquires about purchasing him for his overweight son. You've never seen Ribisi like this and that alone is amusing, but the focus of the film is on how John and Ted's mischief impacts his ability to grow up and get more serious with Lori, and this sort of butts into things.Yet for all its shenanigans, the amount of heart and sincerity in some of the relationship drama between John and Lori is surprising. Wahlberg and Kunis are generally pretty convincing, even if it's a bit weird that John is mature enough to have a relationship last four years but not enough to not screw things up at his job or avoid giving in to Ted's peer pressure. Bear pressure? The secret weapon is that Ted really is kind of adorable, and the mo-cap gives him an extra lifelike quality. The film hits some emotional notes early who can't identify with loving a stuffed animal? and this helps it to reconnect later on despite all the R-rated chaos in between. That ability alone assures "Ted" will be seen as better than a majority of foul- mouthed, dirty-minded comedies."Ridiculous" comes to mind as the best descriptor for "Ted," which one has to imagine MacFarlane aimed for in the first place. His performance as the titular bear is certainly reminiscent of Peter Griffin there's a wink to the audience about that, by the way , but more importantly, Ted is treated as more than just an opportunity for a never-ending string of jokes that are simply funnier because "it's a teddy bear."Maybe having to create a complete package in the form of a movie has helped MacFarlane learn how to tone down his shtick. Audiences will write you off if you deliver them something inconsistent and scatter-brained that goes beyond 30 inconsequential minutes of their lives, and MacFarlane and co-writers Alec Sulkin and Wellesley Wild make the majority of adjustments needed to honor that notion. "Ted" is as engaging as it is clever, funny and ridiculous. ~Steven C
Crude, lewd and rude perfect! NOT a kid's movie! (by lansingjim)
I got into a screening of this movie thanks to my daughter, after waiting what felt like forever. I saw the unrated trailer on YouTube and couldn't wait to see it. As another reviewer said, if you like Family Guy, you'll like this. In some ways, it IS Family Guy. Wahlberg basically plays a Peter Griffin type character,a likable, but somewhat dimwitted guy. Ted is essentially Brian, smart, witty and self-centered and Mila is sort of a Lois type, hot and the grown up in the story. Be warned, this is NOT a children's movie. Nudity, drug and alcohol use, plus heavy on the profanity. <more>
In other words, go see it! Just leave your little kids at home.