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Ted 2 (2015)

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9/10: Hilarious Teddy Tale
Friday, July 3, 2015

The last thing Hollywood wants to do is either insult or offend individuals, groups, races, religions, causes, genders, and ideologies with their films. The refreshing thing about the hilarious teddy bear satire "Ted" and its unapologetic sequel "Ted 2" is that neither have any such compunctions. Seth MacFarlane, who co-scripted, directed, and provided the titular teddy bear's voice, spends most of "Ted 2" saying and showing subject matter most respectable people would think twice about before either saying or showing. Like its iconoclastic predecessor, "Ted 2" bears an R-rating for what the Motion Picture Association of America considers "crude and sexual content, pervasive language, and some drug use." The subversive humor either will make you cringe in horrific revulsion or howl in gleeful elation. If you enjoyed "Ted" with its cretinous heroes, beyond borderline gross out humor, wanton drug abuse, and impertinent profanity, you'll love this high-brow sequel. The worst thing you can say about...

5/10: Ted 2
Tuesday, July 21, 2015

The first film directed by Family Guy and American Dad creator Seth MacFarlane was very good and very funny, many people wanted a sequel, me included, so it happened and I was always going to see it. Basically John Bennett (Mark Wahlberg) has divorced from his long-time girlfriend Lori for six months, and now his best friend since childhood, living teddy bear Ted (MacFarlane), has got married to his girlfriend Tami-Lynn (Jessica Barth), but following a year they are constantly fighting and their marriage is breaking down. With John's advice, Ted and Tami-Lynn decide to have a baby to preserve their relationship, but Ted has no reproductive organs, at the same time Ted is encouraging John to start dating again, but he is reluctant, and addicted to Internet pornography. Failing to find a sperm donor Ted accepts John's offer to donate, but and Tami-Lynn is devastated to find out that constant drug use has...

6/10: How longs that van been there
Thursday, July 9, 2015

Ted ties the knot with Tami-Lyn, and recruits his best friend Joh as a sperm donor in order to start a family. But when the Commonwealth of Massachusetts demands that Ted appear before a judge to prove he's a real person, the bear and his pal vow to fight for their civil rights....The first Ted movie was a refreshing, funny, and a wonderful Hollywood debut for MacFarlane. But that was because it was just veering on the edge of offensive, never going overboard with all the offensive humour that some people think is the height of hilarity.Now, while this sequel is funny in parts, MacFarlane has appeared to have sold out and gone full on offensive with his humour, because the majority of the jokes in this, are aimed at ethnicities, and culture, and there is one long running joke throughout the film, which involves Google, that is just plain embarrassing.Like Family Guy though, the...

5/10: All Stuffing No Substance
Monday, July 13, 2015

Ted 2 (2015): Dir: Seth MacFarlane / Cast: Mark Wahlberg, Amanda Seyfried, Jessica Barth, Giovanni Ribisi / Voice: Seth MacFarlane: Disappointing sequel to the innovative crude 2012 comedy hit. What really knocks the stuffings out of this tripe is the fact that John Bennett, played by Mark Wahlberg, is now divorced. Due to Mila Kunis being pregnant Seth MacFarlane wrote her out in a method that renders everything fought for in the first film a waste. Teddy bear Ted gets married to the hick mannered Tami-Lynn in an effective opening. They eventually fall into routine and start fighting until Ted suggest they have a baby. All is fine until Ted needs a donor. Sam Jones passes, and attempting to masturbate Tom Brady in his sleep is met with disaster. John offers to donate, which leads to a scene at the clinic where he ends up dosed in semen. A civil rights theme surfaces where Ted is viewed as property as oppose...

6/10: Good Movie. I'm unsure of what people expected that gave it bad ratings
Saturday, June 18, 2016

Now, this movie was much better than the first because this movie has a deeper plot with just as many laughs. Only thing I disliked about the film is that it doesn't carry the intensity from beginning to end. In the beginning, it's much funnier and it sets itself up to be much more intense than the previous Ted. About midway, much of it's intensity is lost due to,"Why would you-" type moments. For instance, in Movie one, ted was ripped in half and it was made obvious that he's composed of regular teddy bear stuffing. In this second movie, the same guy that kidnapped him and witnessed him die, composes a plan with the CEO of a toy company. The plan revolved around kidnapping Ted and then dissecting him to see what makes him real when in actuality, we already know it was just a magical wish and Ted is still composed of regular...

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