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This movie did a great job at freaking me out. There were times where I was tempted to look away from the screen, but I couldn´t bring myself to look away. Excenently renditioned, the film captivates the audience, but I was so freaked out and worried the whole time, that I had a headache for about half of the film. And it´s pretty long. Regardless, it´s intriguing and definetly a good watch. Enjoy!
While this film was pretty funny, and the premise was original, considering it's about a bad-mouthed teddy bear, I found watching it to be just like watching Family Guy. Yes, I know that the director is the creator of Family Guy. Every time Ted speaks, I picture Peter Griffin (for obvious reasons) and I can't help but think that it would have been better if Seth Rogen had done Ted's voice.
All in all, Ted just wasn't as funny as I had expected it to be.
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
"Once upon a time, in Nazi occupied France..." The Basterds were kicking ass. Featuring two of my favorite actors of all time, Christoph Waltz and Brad Pitt, this German-American film by Quentin Tarantino is set in France during WWII. The film follows Aldo the Apache and his Basterds as they try to infiltrate France and topple Hitler´s Third Reich. Their story intertwines with Shoshanna´s, a French Jewish girl who runs a cinnema and hatches a plan to kill Hitler as…