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Ted 2012

As the result of a childhood wish, John Bennett's teddy bear, Ted, came to life and has been by John's side ever since - a friendship that's tested when Lori, John's girlfriend of four years, wants more from their relationship...

Release Date:
June 29, 2012
106 min
Seth MacFarlane ...
Giovanni Ribisi, Mark Wahlberg, Alex Borstein, Patrick Stewart, Tom Kenny, Seth MacFarlane, Ray Romano, Patrick Warburton, Tom Skerritt, Johnny Lee Davenport, Jessica Barth, Mark Kubr, Ellen Becker-Gray, Jeffrey Corazzini, Stream, Matt Walsh, Jessica Stroup, Richard DeAgazio, Ryan Reynolds, John Viener, Joel McHale, Paul Bronk, Mila Kunis, Eric Weinstein, Bill Smitrovich, Frankie Imbergamo, Alexander 'Alex' Garde, Joseph Siriani, Aaron Dorsey, Laura Vandervoort, Colton Shires, Johnny Carson, Norah Jones, Ed McMahon, Robert Wu, Ralph Garman, Nicole Signore, Melissa Ordway, Sam J. Jones, Alecia Batson, Daniel Lowney, Ted Oyama, Lydia Hannibal, Chanty Sok, Rob Marin, Megan Sacco, Jeff Martineau, Rosemary Howard, Aedin Mincks, John Franchi, David Pulson, Ryan Butcher, Stacey Queripel, Sara Murphy, Alex East, Devon Diep, Kahdiak, Ronald Boone, Henry Penzi, Evan Fonseca, Richard Pacheco, Seamus Knight, Shawn Fogarty, Kilo Alexander, Donna Glee Reim, Allan Oliveira, Josh Duvendeck, John Talalas, Ginger Gonzaga, Phyllis Lynn, Jeff T. Buco, Joseph Paolo, Enku Gubaie, Jessica Rockwood, Ren Knopf, Sophia Gilberto, Laura Pizzuti, Mike Henry, Chris Cox, Luke Young, Sarah Fischer, Mindy Robinson, Emmalyn Anderson, Mike Jablon, James L. Leite, Ken Murray, Chris Palermo, Kamron Leal, David Struffolino, Jamie Christopher White, Bretton Manley, Max Harris, Zane Cowans, T.J. Hourigan, Owen Clarke, Kristina Ellery, Katelyn Lorren, Cassie Djerf, Pat Shea, Paul Campbell, Tania Cabrera, Viera Andrea Moya, Heajee Kim, Shawn Thornton, Danny Smith, Mike Nikitas, Robin Hamilton, Christina Everett, Marshall Berenson, Jaquelyn Fabian, Olivia Jordan, J Parker Kent, Kathy LaShay Berenson, Tom Mariano, Kayla Ruhl, Matthew Spinale, Shannon Elaine Sweeney, Ally Tully, Kevin Vila, Paul Lussier, London Hall, Joe Siriani, Rob Lavin, Joshua Paule, Christopher J. Long, Nicole Boucher, Keenan Bassma, Lynn Julian, David Afflick ...
Comedy, Fantasy ...

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Solar rating: 8.3


Imdb rating: 7

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Just awesome I cannot wait till the ted2 comes out its gonna be even more awesome
Somehow, it failed to appeal that much to me.
I might just be grumpy.
Some of it was definitely funny. The acting was meh at best.
There were some good thigs in there but the movie was too long. Some storylines could have been avoided because well, let's face it there were better ways to reach the end of that movie with the same result.
Can't help but compare it with the Millions way to die in the west which, imho was way better.
Truth is, it could have been good. The actors are not bad, the directing is not bad, the idea is great but something was lacking.
Don't take me wring there definitely is some nice material here. Way too diluted in the whole thing though.
After the first half of the movie it just feels kinda fake and forced upon you as if you were supposed to laugh because that's what's expected from you.
Guess the magic didn't take for me. Wish it had.
One very hilarious bear! not sure about Walhberg choice for this, but a few great laughs from the insane but genius McFarlane mind! 6/10 and that is mostly for Ted!
i love being from boston
One of my favourite movies. Heard there's a sequel on the way.
super funny movie
You forgot the narrator . . Jean Luc Picard <3 Funny movie!
waited a while to watch this didnt think id enjoy it as much as i did the fight scene was hilariouse really good film 8/10
It's great to see links for this movie reappearing. Mark Wahlberg's fight with Ted is probably the funniest scene I have watched this year. FLASH!... AH, AHHH!
This makes me sad, we were so in synch until This is just a bucket of South Park/Family Guy style jokes, linked together with a loose story line. I laughed out loud quite a few times. I grew up with kids carrying Flash Gordon lunchboxes, so the thought of Flash (a coked up Sam Jones) getting into a fistfight with Ming (an innocent asian neighbor) at a party was hilarious. It's definitely not one to take serious, and the ending is a rather lame effort to introduce the credits. If you have the patience to wait for the one liners, it's pretty funny. Giovani Ribisi has always had an inner creepiness, on which he plays his characters (either you learn that he's just a hapless moron, or he's actually a really awkward good guy), and that really comes out in this one.
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