Austin Gorski’s review published on Letterboxd :
"Thunder buddies for life."
I thought Ted was funny, but merely okay. It's plot was as predictable as could be, despite being charming in that weird, buddy/stoner movie type way. And I wasn't a fan of A Million Ways to Die in The West, but whenever it wasn't making dick jokes, I kind of admired it. Thankfully, Ted 2, a film I wasn't looking forward to at all, is honestly great as a whole, not just in certain segments. The story is actually decent and, good lord, this movie is hysterical. And while it might not be that "cinematically appealing", it's definitely Seth MacFarlane's strongest film on all fronts.
Also, this might be the first time I've straight up seen semen in a mainstream movie since There's Something About Mary. Not that I've been paying attention to stuff like that or anything.