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Newlywed couple Ted and Tami-Lynn want to have a baby, but in order to qualify to be a parent, Ted will have to prove he’s a person in a court of law.

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Release Date : 2015-06-26
Casts : Dennis Haysbert, Amanda Seyfried, Seth MacFarlane, Patrick Warburton, Lexi Atkins, Tina Grimm, Nana Visitor, Michael Dorn, Jessica Barth, Mark Wahlberg, Morgan Freeman, Sam J. Jones
Duration : 0 minutes runtime
Rating : 7.3

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Newlywed couple Ted and Tami-Lynn want to have a baby, but in order to qualify to be a parent, Ted will have to prove he’s a person in a court of law.

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Release Date : 2015-06-26
Casts : Seth MacFarlane, Amanda Seyfried, Jessica Barth, Nana Visitor, Dennis Haysbert, Tina Grimm, Mark Wahlberg, Lexi Atkins, Morgan Freeman, Michael Dorn, Sam J. Jones, Patrick Warburton
Duration : 0 minutes runtime
Rating : 7.3

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Release Date : 2015-06-26
Casts : Amanda Seyfried, Morgan Freeman, Jessica Barth, Tina Grimm, Dennis Haysbert, Patrick Warburton, Lexi Atkins, Nana Visitor, Seth MacFarlane, Sam J. Jones, Mark Wahlberg, Michael Dorn
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Rating : 7.3

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Ted 2 Movie Review(Is Seth Macfarlane Back On Track?)
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Ted 2 Review — Written 6/27/15

           Ted probably should have stayed in 2012, and I loved Ted. The novelty is gone, the jokes are dated, and despite a few giggles, they are few and far in between. With Ted 2, Seth MacFarlane is showing that within his film career, he’s a one-hit wonder (from a creative standpoint). This movie will likely make a lot of money (although it’s already making less than anticipated), but it doesn’t mean that it’s good. It’s actually extremely disappointing, going for both story and non-sequitur gags but instead sucking the fun out of the movie and adding to its poor, inconsistent pacing and pointless stretches.

           There are scenes and storylines in Ted 2 that are so pointless. Between A Million Ways to Die In the West and this, I’m thinking that no one will tell Seth MacFarlane to cut his movies to a normal runtime. What’s the point of the Tom Brady cameo? Oh right, just so they can say that he’s in the movie. The joke is also poorly delivered and just feels creepy and rapey. And why have the sperm bank scene? Just so they can cover Mark Wahlberg in semen? Probably. It took like, seven minutes to get to the—ahem—climax of the scene, and it doesn’t even do anything for the story. That would be fine if it were funny, but it just falls on its face and feels like wasted time.

           That leads me to another problem: the jokes are also old and predictable. All but one scene feels current. I won’t spoil it, but I’ll just say that it’s the improv scene. The rest of the movie, though, reveals its punchlines before the setup is even fully delivered. Mark Wahlberg is covered in black men’s semen. Are they going to make a Kim Kardashian joke? Oh wait, yeah, they did. Oh look, Ted said that he’s done some stuff for money that he’s not proud of. Are they going to cut away to him as a prostitute? Yep. MacFarlane’s brand of humor had become so predictable both in ideas and execution that what’s supposed to be ballsy isn’t even that fun or gleefully offensive. And also, why is playing Angry Birds funny? That game was big five years ago.

           Now, this isn’t a bad movie, it’s just really mediocre. Amanda Seyfried is a nice addition and does a good job, but I still really miss Mila Kunis. Giovanni Ribisi does a good job with what he’s given, even though he’s only here because he was funny in the first Ted and they wanted to bring him back for no real reason. MacFarlane’s voice work is still good; it’s definitely better than his live-action work. Mark Wahlberg, however, seems less into it than before. I would also like to say that although the movie is overlong at a ridiculous 115 minutes, I never got bored with restlessness—it just felt pointless. (Put that on the poster.)

           Overall, Ted 2 is just a disappointing and lazy sequel that loses the charm of the original not because of a change in the creative team, but because MacFarlane is running out of ideas. It feels like a two-hour Family Guy episode and distractingly so, and despite some giggles, they don’t redeem the movie of its overall mediocrity.

           5/10, mediocre, two thumbs down, below average, etc.

The Mosley Review: Ted 2

Like the old saying goes, “Drama is easy but comedy is hard”, I believe nobody knows that better than Seth MacFarlane. Sometimes some films, especially comedy, don’t far too well when it comes to sequels and it’s often hard to make what worked in the original work in a sequel and push the envelope. Well I don’t know how it worked but everything in this film worked and played to everyone’s strengths. Seth is known for writing and delivering some of the most wild and creative weed and sex jokes but this film takes it to a new level. Not only does this film nearly blow the first film out of the water but it also has a lot of heart and that’s what made the first film special and it’s more of that in this one. Many a time the whole theater and I laughed at the variety of crude visual humor and smart references to pop culture and to the many awesome cameos. Aside from Jurassic World, this film has one of the best uses of John Williams’s iconic theme in a film that I’ve ever seen or heard. It was truly one of best out of the thousands of highlights in the film.

The film features a small but strong cast all around. Mark Wahlberg and Seth MacFarlane return as John and Ted and they haven’t skipped a beat. Their comedic chemistry is insanely great and just perfectly throughout the entire film. Seth MacFarlane breathes new life into Ted this time around and it’s gut bustingly hilarious how quick and sharp his comedic timing is. He also brings out his more dramatic side towards the last half of the film. Mark Wahlberg was great in the film but his character is just along for the ride in this film. New to the franchise is the always fantastic Amanda Seyfried and she really gets to stretch out her comedic muscle after doing so many dramatic roles. The three of them together all flow perfectly and the whole road trip section of the film with them was worth the ticket alone. Patrick Warburton returns and he’s always been a scene stealer and he gets some great comedic help from Michael Dorn. Giovanni Ribisi returns and he was funnier and weirder than ever. Now there’s a fantastic cameo by one of the more prominent older actors in films today and you’ll never look of think of the Trix cereal the same way again.

I was so glad that the trailers only gave you a glimpse of the hilarity that ensues. Where most comedy sequels fail, this one succeeds and Seth MacFarlane and his team of writers did a fantastic job. This film is definitely going down as one of the best comedies of the year and a film you should definitely go see and don’t eat any popcorn cause watching this film while eating might be a choking hazard.

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If you have seen Ted then you will know that the characters love Flash Gordon. That’s why the sequel has got this cool Flash poster.

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Some of the cast and crew reflect on the film.

One of my favorite sports films of all time is already 15. Where does the time go?

Sanaa Lathan had never played basketball before this film! And Gabrielle Union was a point guard, but didn’t have the acting experience! And look at them now! This has to prove that you can do anything if you put the work in. 

*Sanaa and Omar were also dating on the low since The Wood!* 

“I didn’t necessarily love the picture it painted of my character, but he did what he did.” -Dennis Haysbert, Zeke McCall/The AllState Man/the same actor who played a two-timer in Waiting to Exhale years prior. 

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Jonathan Cake as Tyrannus
Santiago Cabrera as Octavius
Vincent Regan as Marc Antony
Emily Blunt as Camane
Chris Egan as Marcus Agrippa
Colm Feore as Julius Caesar
James Frain as Brutus
Michael Maloney as Cassius
Fiona Shaw as Fulvia
Orla Brady as Atia
Trudie Styler as Servilia
Michael Byrne as Cicero
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Roger Ashton Griffiths as Panza
Graham McTavish as General Rapax
Ian Redford as Marius
Michael Culkin as Lucius
Amanda Root as Noella
Sylvia De Fanti as Moira
Stephanie Leonidas as Olivia
Ian Bartholomew as Cimber
Terence Maynard as Atticus
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