Directed/Story by Seth MacFarlane
Produce by Scott Stuber – Seth MacFarlane – John Jacobs – Jason Clark
Music by Walter Murphy
Studio Media Rights Capital – Fuzzy Door Productions – Bluegrass Films – Smart Entertainment
Distributed by Universal Pictures
Release Date June 29, 2012
Running time 106 minutes
Country United States
Budget US $50–$65 million
Box Office $451,316,145
PLOT from Wikipedia
“In 1985, in a suburb south of Boston, John Bennett (Bretton Manley) is a lonely kid who dearly wishes for his new Christmas gift, a large teddy bear he names Teddy (“Ted”), to come to life to be his best friend. The wish succeeds with a falling star one night, and Ted (Zane Cowans) becomes fully alive. In 2012, John (Mark Wahlberg) and Ted (voiced and motion captured by Seth MacFarlane), now living in the South End neighborhood of Boston, are still staunch, if immature, friends enjoying a hedonistic life, even while John is pursuing a 4-year-long relationship with a level-headed office worker named Lori Collins (Mila Kunis). Lori hopes to marry John, but she feels that he can’t move ahead with his life with Ted around, who’s now a dirty, vulgar, obnoxious wastrel. John is resistant to kicking Ted out, but he is finally persuaded that night to act when he and Lori discover Ted at home with four prostitutes, one of whom hasdefecated on the floor during a game of Truth or Dare.”
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That’s funny…Yes, funny at all!! Ahah!I decided to go to the movie theatre after the trailer and I brought with me also my friends who didn’t really know this movie..And we have fun to see this little teddy bear making all bad stuffs like a man! Oh yes! When I was young I had some stuffed animals (a rhyno and a racoon in particular) and for sure I wanted to give them life if it was possible!
If you want to see a good movie without pretending to watch the best movie in the world, if you like comedy or cliché I suggest to you to watch this movie. Easy and funny..
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