Director: Seth MacFarlane
Running Time: 109 minutes – extended edition
Going from TV to movie comedy is a difficult transition. It often leads to unnecessary story arcs, a bloated running time, and an over reliance on cameos – all of which apply to Ted, Seth MacFarlane’s directorial debut.
John Bennett (Wahlberg) is a loner, struggling for friends at school his parents buy him a teddy bear –inventively named Ted (MacFarlane). John’s wish that Ted come alive is granted by the gods. Insert profanity, sexual innuendo, and the kind of subtlety of which Michael Bay would certainly approve. John grows up, settles with Lori (Kunis), and finally separates from Ted… or so Lori hopes.
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