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Rated R · 106 minutes · 2012

Comedy
Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane makes his feature directorial debut with one of the year’s funniest movies. MacFarlane lends his voice to the title character, an obnoxious teddy bear given the gift of speech and life after a wish by his child owner, John. The two never part, even when John (played as an adult by Mark Wahlberg) is in his 30s. The become pot smoking buddies, and John’s girlfriend (Mila Kunis) starts to get annoyed. For those of you simply looking for good, raunchy, super R-rated comedy, Ted has got the goods. But MacFarlane also takes the human elements of the story seriously, and they wind up being quite charming. It has to be recognized as a major directorial feat when a first-timer creates an animated teddy bear character that is more well rounded than most actual human characters in movies today.


See our full review: Grin and Bear It

Grin and Bear It

'Ted' is an amusing, raunchy and surprisingly sweet movie »

Official Site: www.tedisreal.com
Director: Seth MacFarlane
Producer: Scott Stuber, Seth MacFarlane, John Jacobs, Jason Clark and Jonathan Mone
Cast: Mark Wahlberg, Mila Kunis, Seth MacFarlane, Joel McHale, Giovanni Ribisi, Patrick Warburton, Matt Walsh, Jessica Barth, Aedin Mincks, Bill Smitrovich, Patrick Stewart, Norah Jones, Sam Jones, Tom Skerritt, Brett Manley, Ralph Garman, Alex Borstein, John Viener and Laura Vandervoort

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Creative Loafing Charlotte Ted: Bear hugs for all Rating: ***1/2 by Matt Brunson 06/29/2012
The Coast Halifax Ted Pop culture riffs and extended cartoon cutaway gags don't make up for the cliched rom-com story by Jacob Boon 06/28/2012
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Portland Mercury My Buddy Don't ask why the talking teddy bear exists. by Marjorie Skinner 06/28/2012
Charleston City Paper Ted might be one of the best comedies of the year How does a man who is already stretched thin by his network television demands expect to develop his live-action film debut properly? by Isaac Weeks 06/27/2012

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