Full Movie Reviews
Chris Kavan - wrote on 12/31/2015
If you liked the original Ted, chances are you will also enjoy Ted 2. It's more of the same - if you know about the type of humor Seth MacFarlane uses, it's pretty much on par with his other films. Granted, I think he took an easy path - most of the humor is either A) about pot B) recycled from Family Guy or C) bagging on race/gay issues. I found it fell a bit flat at times, but was made up for by some killer cameos and an absolutely terrific showdown set at Comic Con.
Ted 2 finds Ted (voiced by MacFarlane) marrying the "love of his life" Tami Lynn (Jessica Barth) while his Thunder Buddy for life, John (Mark Wahlberg) is trying to get over his divorce (sadly Mila Kunis didn't come back for the sequel). But the marriage soon sours, as bills pile up and things get heated. But what can …
Kalpesh Prajapati - wrote on 07/23/2015
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Ted is back with his filthy mouth and cute face. And this time he is better than before. Yes this installment is better than the original.
This time the focus is completely on Ted and his life. The one-liners are excellent and the jokes are cruelly hilarious. The cameos by Jay Leno, Liam Neeson are brilliantly done and placement in the movie is well thought.
Ted’ s life is outstandingly shown. It starts with a lovely scene of Ted marrying his sweetheart Tami-Lynn and soon the reality strikes. Ted is on the verge of breakup so both decide to have a baby. So for obvious reasons they go for artificial insemination. What follows next is roller-coaster ride of cruel jokes, insults and abuses which are which are mind-blowingly hilarious.
Matthew Brady - wrote on 06/30/2015
Thunder buddies for life.
The story is about Ted and Tami-Lynn are married and the next step is having a baby but Ted can't be legally regarded as a parent unless he can prove his is "human" in a court of law.
Now looking back on the first Ted movie I got say I changed my mind on it a bit and what I mean is that it wasn't as great as I remembered it to be, but I still think it's decent enough to give it a pass as a comedy and a film. But then I heard news about a squeal in the works and then I heard that Amanda Seyfried, Morgan Freeman and Liam Neeson was in the film and that alone give me a little interest in the movie just by that movie news. I wasn't jumping for excitement for this movie as I the movie didn't look anything special, just squeal bait.
Now after seeing Ted 2 …
Snoogans - wrote on 06/29/2015
'Ted 2' is a lazy sequel. There's a bland 'same-ness' to this whole endeavor. I was not a fan of the first 'Ted'. I felt it was a solid premise that had too many flat gags. Yet, I still had a few good laughs with it. This sequel is a repeat of that, but with a weaker story construct and even weaker jokes. I criticized 'Ted' for being too similar to an episode of the very uneven 'Family Guy'. That criticism more properly defines the plot of 'Ted 2'. It moves from one thing to the next, only being held together by this background idea of Ted fighting the courts on the issue of whether or not he should have human rights. This is an interesting concept that could've been explored much further in it's political and satirical agenda. Instead, we are sidetracked by lots of …