It’s time to look at a rather crude comedy, here my review of Ted. So being someone who somehow missed the first Ted film I thought I should take a look before going to see Ted 2. I had heard a few good things about this film but I’ll be honest I was not sure what to expect, what follows is my review, so here goes.
- Ted Movie Review (2012 Comedy Film)
- Directed by Seth MacFarlane
- Written by Seth MacFarlane ; Alec Sulkin ; Wellesley Wild
- Running Time 106 Mins
- Music by Walter Murphy
- Starring Mark Wahlberg ; Mila Kunis ; Seth MacFarlane ; Joel McHales ; Giovanni Ribisi
- Narrated by Patrick Stewart
It all started in 1985, when a lonely child, John Bennett who lives in Boston, wishes for his teddy bear Ted, to come to life and become his friend. This wish just happens to coincide with a shooting star and the wish is fulfilled, Ted does indeed come to life.
Fast-forward to 2012, John and Ted are still living together in Boston, John is now aged 35. They hang out watching movies whilst getting high. John’s girlfriend really wants him to grow up and get married. So John has to make some tough decisions but will Ted like what he decides? Well you will have to watch the movie yourself I’m not going to give anything away.
Conclusion – Ted Movie Review
Now depending on your sense of humour you will either love or hate this film. It has crude and rude humour which may not appeal to everyone. However there are some really good jokes in this film.
I suspect this already become a bit of cult classic hence the sequel. Right now it’s time to watch and review Ted 2 ….
So what is my movie rating for Ted (2012)?
- Movie Rating: WORTH WATCHING
I’ll leave you with the Ted trailer
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Ted (2012) Movie Review
Director(s): Seth MacFarlane
Actor(s): Mark Wahlberg, Mila Kunis, Seth MacFarlane
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A real marmite film, it rude and crude so you will either love it or hate it, no middle ground here.