As a child John Bennet (Mark Wahlberg) could never make friends and he was an only child. When his parents buy him a teddy bear for Christmas, John doesn’t feel lonely anymore as he has found his best friend. One night, John wishes to take their friendship to the next level and that’s wishing Teddy would come to life. His wish comes true and they are still best friends to this day, twenty-seven years later. It is not until John’s girlfriend, Lori Collins  (Mila Kunis), of four years thinks Ted (voiced by Seth MacFarlane) is both causing a wedge in their relationship and keeping John from progressing in finding a career. Will Lori make them stop being friends? Where will Ted go? Can a living bear survive on its own?Review:

I thought this film was an okay watch. There were definitely funny moments but not so funny to make me change my giggle to a laugh out loud explosion like the first time I saw Zombieland. This film is definitely an adult humor type movie as the jokes, of course, consists of lewd and dirty jokes. The concept of the movie is micro-original because I kept thinking of Alf, only the r-rated version. All of the characters gave great performances, especially Mark and his highly emotional bromance or tedmance with Ted. This film made me laugh and almost cry and I enjoyed that for the most part but this is a type of film deserves watching only once and once is enough. All in all, I will not see this film again.

Rating:3 stars

2 thoughts on “Ted-Review”

  1. I kind of agree with your argument however, I don’t think the film was all that bad. The plot sure was well written at least in my opinion.

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