Ted 2


Action / Adventure / Comedy / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 46%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 57%
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 149786


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Liam Neeson as Customer
Amanda Seyfried as Samantha
Morgan Freeman as Patrick Meighan
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714.62 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 55 min
P/S 10 / 37
1.18 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 55 min
P/S 8 / 20

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by angus-silvie 8 / 10

Laugh out loud moments but why the incessant drugs and swearing

I have to confess that while watching Ted 2 I laughed out loud - something I rarely do when watching a film - more often than I did during Ted 1, or any other film I can remember for many years. The dialogue is fast and snappy and although much of it doesn't hit the mark, when it does, it is hilarious.

Yes, the characters do things no-one would do in real life, but then in real life no-one would have a talking teddy bear. However, I did find the relentless cruelty and bullying by the gay guys from Star Trek a little over the top and unnecessary. Likewise the almost constant drug-taking. It seems almost expected these days that any Hollywood film will have most of the main characters constantly taking drugs, and I don't really know why no-one has suggested that this might not actually be helping young people wean themselves away from drugs - it really isn't helping society. "Oh look, all the people we look up to and who earn lots of money are spending almost every day drugged out of their minds yet they seem to function perfectly well. Can't be anything wrong with it then!" I'll bet the drug barons are rubbing their hands with glee every time a Hollywood film rolls off the presses these days and yet more characters are seen snorting lines of cocaine as though it is the most normal thing in the world. By all means have Ted and John smoking weed now and again, but it's all they seem to talk about, and pretty much every time they stood still out came the apparatus for another hit. Too much! They were perfectly funny when they weren't smoking, they didn't need the drugs.

Certainly didn't need all the swearing either - completely unnecessary and the sign of lazy writing. I don't know why writers think by adding the f-word into sentences where there is absolutely no need for it eg 'How about we get some effing breakfast' makes it any more entertaining to listen to. People don't all talk like that, it just makes the film less realistic and frankly depressing.

The more films keep promoting incessant swearing and drugs, the more people will start to think it is acceptable. It isn't! Stop it!!

Apart from that, I really enjoyed this film. It didn't drag despite being quite long, and although some scenes were a bit silly, there were not too many massive plot holes or daft character behaviours and the majority of it worked.

Reviewed by JÄnis Locis 5 / 10

Dumb fun for some cheap laughs

Very similarly to part 1 ''Ted 2'' is nothing more than a bunch of sex jokes and pop culture references mixed together. Not that it is horrible, it's just quite boring to be frank with certain exceptions of the occasional funny one-liners.

A very easy to watch film, that definitely shouldn't be taken seriously as knowing the premise itself is already more than enough to determine where the story is heading. Have to give ''Ted 2'' some credit for having a couple of clever pop culture references and its ability to make fun of the concept of the film itself. I loved how they directly made fun of Amanda Seyfried even though she was part of the main cast, a good addition to the already reference and gag based blend.

Overall, just an easy to watch, light comedy about a ridiculous talking teddy bear just like the first one, it isn't any different and if you have seen the first part, don't expect anything new here.

Reviewed by Floated2 7 / 10

Full on laughs

Ted 2 was not as well received from critics and fans compared to Ted. This film is still quite funny with Seth MacFarlane's typical sense of humor using clever witty one-liners or cutaways with his typical musical dance screens which is often used. Although Ted 2 may not be as good as the original, since this film is a little more depressing and light hearted, the plot is still well and the overall film is very much enjoyable and entertaining. The cast along with the supporting character all work well, as this film does not feel as long as its runtime (a little under 1 hour 50 minutes excluding end credits). Overall Ted 2 is still quite funny with many clever jokes and the chemistry between Ted and Mark Wahlberg's character is what makes the film good.

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