Ted 2


Still as uncouth and immorally inclined as ever, Ted the foul-mouthed stuffed bear launches into a rollicking sequel that involves a chaotic road trip with his best buddy, John, who has romantic issues that Ted is determined to make worse.

What people are saying:

“Stupid, clownish, childish, garbage. The downfall of our society and the films they make to fit the norm. If anyone else wrote this POS they would have been chased out of the movie studio.” 1 star

“Ted 2 is not as good as the first one, and that’s saying a lot since the first movie wasn’t a good comedy movie to start with. It still does have some scenes with comedy while the rest of the movie can bore you, just like the first movie but the story feels much more badly written.” 1 star

“It lost that tone that the first Ted managed to have, but I was still laughing my ass off during certain moments that I knew I would be laughing at.” 3 1/2 stars

“I really liked it and was surprised that i did! Sequels usually suck for lack of a better word but it’s TED so, %$#%^ IT! This one made me LOL several times, LOVED the Liam Neeson cameo so much, enjoyed the story , I felt this script was slighty better than the first movie and it IS very funny unless of course you have a stick up yer…” 3 stars

“A very funny remake of a very funny premise. It is basically an excuse for Seth McFarland to riff on just how dumbed-down our popular culture has become, and he does not disappoint. Starts with a bang, drags a bit in the middle, but gets it funny mojo back in the final scenes, Highly recommended if you loved Animal House, Harold and Kumar go to White Castle, and other such slapstick, politically incorrect and patently offensive but hilarious comedies.Definitely not recommended for the prudish, for the easily offended, or for those who do not fathom the degree of vapidness and emptiness of today’s celebrity and “reality show” culture.  ” 4 stars


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