Written July 15, 2012
Funny stuff for teens maybe but stupid humor for adults. Funny for a few minutes but childish humor got old very fast. Ready for end of movie by the time I settled down in my seat
Written July 06, 2012
Hilarious movie. My husband is very critical and hard to please when it comes to movies. When I asked him what to rate this movie he said, "10 stars"! That says it all.
Written August 26, 2016
Abominable. Detestable. Dismal. Deleterious. Humorless. Salacious. Scatological. Revolting. Ridiculous. Vile. Wretched.
Only partially describes this disgusting movie, starring Mark Wahlberg and his foul-mouthed, bibulous , drug -addicted, good-for –nothing, copulating Teddy Bear.
Teddy Bears of the universe unite, join in a class action suit; sue for defamation of character. No matter the monetary reward it will take generations to erase the damage "Ted" has done to your once warm and cuddly reputation!
Written July 30, 2012
What a senseless, time consuming excuse for entertainment. This movie was unnecessary and I can't believe some of the actors that were in the movie even wasted their time. I guess they got paid a butt load of money!
Written July 01, 2012
This was a terrible movie!!! My husband & I watched the trailer which contained the only funny and witty parts of the entire movie. The remaining 99% of the movie was disgusting! The producers of this movie took a very sacred and innocent children's toy and turned it into soft-porn. We are not prudes, but the movie lacked creativity and left nothing to the imagination. The biggest turn-off was that the theatre was filled with many children (some as young as 8 or 9) that thought this would be a funny stuff-animal movie! We walked out after the movie became a series of bad, tasteless scenes (ie: Lance Armstrong's testicle) and "Ted" having intercourse with a girl (and then describing what he did to her!!!!). Does anyone have any values left in this society??? We have liked many movies that contained language, nudity and suggestive scenes, but overall this movie forced "shock value" instead of intelligent humor. Mark Wahlberg sold out on this one!