Released: 01/08/2012 General releaseFamily Guy creator Seth MacFarlane builds on his hit turns as a talking dog and a nihilistic baby in this big-screen break. Here he directs and stars as a foul-mouthed, dirty-minded stuffed animal, alongside Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis. Gags about unmentionables abound as Ted (a teddy come to life) comes between owner John and his girlfriend. For more information visit: http://www.tedisreal.com/ Buy: http://www.odeon.co.uk/ Watch:
The Telegraph“A comedy with no jokes...” Ted is a mirage of comedy: persuasive from a distance, but go in for a sip and you come up with a mouthful of sand and desiccated camel dung...
Evening Standard“Either you laugh or you don’t...” True, the movie doesn’t know where to take the situation and declines into a lame kidnap adventure and it’s nothing like as good when Ted’s not on screen. But, on the other hand, Mark Wahlberg is great...
Guardian“If you love his animated TV show, you'll probably love this...” "Ted" is at its best when Ted is at his worst. The disparity between the innocence such a toy is meant to represent and the utter wrongness of his every action provides a pretty consistent source of hilarity...
Total Film “MacFarlane was clearly looking for a challenge...” When Ted shifts away from the “Look at that, it’s a swearing bear!” novelty circus, and delves into these deeper, more relatable subjects, you’re given a reason to keep watching and caring...
Empire“Crass, supremely silly and very, very funny...” MacFarlane straps us in for a red-band roller-coaster of lewd humour, fart gags, pop-culture references, blow-job jokes and killer lines that’s so dizzying it should come with a health warning...
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