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.
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This infamy begins with the presentation of John Bennett, a child who has trouble integrating into a group of friends or at school things are not so good, being a mockery to all. He receives by Christmas from his parents a teddy bear. One night he puts a desire, that his toy to become alive. His dream is fulfilled, he wakes up next morning with a bear very much alive. Years went by and John is now 35 years old has a beautiful girlfriend by four years and of course his friend who made a pact with how they will be friends for life. John uses to smoke the bong with him, be lazy on the couch watching TV shows, swear and drink beer after beer. Seeing that his friend has not matured and not behave as an adult man, she gives him an ultimatum to get rid of Ted for them to see their life and threatens to leave him. If not then she will be the one to go and will end their relation. Just because some obsessed fans of Ted and happenings that they will pass, he will make Lori to change its mind about him.
Honestly when I saw the scenes from the beginning when John was a child I was ready to give this movie a high note but when John was on the couch and talked with Ted in the first 5 minutes made me change my mind and give it the lowest grade and nothing of what would have happened in the rest of the film would make me change my mind. Again I can not believe this b-s has a note so high. What happens to you people? What if this film will be watched by a child? What will learn from it? Ted, rather remain a cloth with cotton inside I believe it was best for everyone.
Rather than look at this better get out to the park for a walk, look around and the result will be much better, health and fresh-air, instead of this dirt.
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