• Jason Darby

    ★★½ Rewatched by Jason Darby 20 May, 2015

    There are films that you don't get, on an artistic level. Whether it be the latest film by Terrence Malick or a polarizing aesthetic from David Lynch. Then there are films you don't get on a personal level, simply because you can't really relate with the situation. The former category I have some semblance of understanding of. The latter category, is where Seth MacFarlane's Ted falls into, at least for me.

    In this case the situation is that I am…


  •  Not Chai Bishop

    ★★★★ Added by Not Chai Bishop

    Funnier than expected
    Ted's Special Effects is amazing to be honest 'Id like to thank the...'
    'F*** OFF SUSAN BOYLE' - Every British Kid, everday, for about a month after watching this film.
    Flash Gordan is in this.
    What are you waiting for?


  • Richard Murphy

    ★★★½ Added by Richard Murphy

    Rude, crude but hilarious. Adult comedy at it's best


  • Justin Scott

    ★★ Added by Justin Scott

    thought it was gonna be worse


  • James Rodrigues

    ★★★★ Rewatched by James Rodrigues 10 May, 2015

    Going back over Seth MacFarlane's directorial debut, a lot more problems are evident. A number of the jokes don't work, such as the scene where Wahlberg lists the names of white trash girls, and Patrick Warburton's subplot seems to only exist to give a Ryan Reynolds cameo. It's also worth mentioning how the film follows the typical outline, where our lead is torn between his best friend and his girlfriend, going towards the inevitable break-up and make-up, leading to the…


  • Toni Roig

    ★★★ Watched by Toni Roig 10 May, 2015

    [English/ Spanish review]

    It's sharp, incorrect and its witty and irreverent sense of humour is great. It pays a heartfelt but also perverse tribute to great icons of popular culture, and all the better for it. I laughed my socks off at some specific moments, particularly remembering the real story of some unwary, stiff and hateful relatives of my partner who took their 9 year-old grandson to see a lovingly teddy bear movie. It is just that good gags, good…


  • Assil Ksiksi

    ★★★½ Watched by Assil Ksiksi 07 May, 2015

    Kind of funny I guess.


  • Alex Kozak

    ★★½ Added by Alex Kozak

    If you’ve watched Family Guy, you probably know that it hasn’t been quite as funny as it used to be. In my personal opinion, it was very funny for the first few years. When American Dad! came on, it was even funnier because he let a bit more of his creative control slide. But then The Cleveland Show happened (and for some reason won’t leave even though nobody wants it) and somehow it affected the writing of Family Guy. Have…


  • Al Burton

    ★★★½ Watched by Al Burton 02 Dec, 2012

    Ted is a good indication of what Disney’s output might look like were Seth MacFarlane to have some hand in it. It has all the characteristics of a Disney film: wishes made upon stars, cute toys suddenly animated and a story all about the importance of love and friendship. One night eight-year-old John Bennet makes a wish that his toy teddy bear can talk for real and the next morning he is greeted by just that. Twenty-eight years later John…


  • Quirky Marshmallow

    ★★★★ Added by Quirky Marshmallow

    i cried when ted died


  • Gerald Evans

    ★★★★½ Rewatched by Gerald Evans 25 Apr, 2015

    How did I go from watching Paddington to Ted?

    Anyways, I have always been a huge Family Guy. Till this day I still am, although the newer seasons haven't lived up to the show's earlier days. As MacFarlane's first full-length feature as director, Ted hit all the right notes for me a film directed by the guy who created Family Guy should. The pop culture references, the music in the background, and basically everything that really worked well for the…


  • Paulo Marcondes

    ★½ Watched by Paulo Marcondes 19 Apr, 2015

    Not so good, just some laughs