Ted 2


Ted 2

Critics Consensus

Ted 2 reunites Mark Wahlberg and Seth MacFarlane for another round of sophomoric, scatological humor -- and just as before, your enjoyment will depend on your tolerance for all of the above.



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User Ratings: 65,159
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Ted (voice of Seth MacFarlane) ties the knot with Tami-Lynn (Jessica Barth), and recruits his best friend John (Mark Wahlberg) as a sperm donor in order to start a family in this sequel to the comedy hit about a teddy bear come to life. Later, when the Commonwealth of Massachusetts demands that Ted appear before a judge to prove he's a real person, the frisky bear and his pal vow to fight for their civil rights. Morgan Freeman and Amanda Seyfried co-star.

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Mark Wahlberg
as John Bennett
Amanda Seyfried
as Samantha Jackson
Jessica Barth
as Tami-Lynn
Morgan Freeman
as Patrick Meighan
Dennis Haysbert
as Fertility Doctor
Sam J. Jones
as Himself
John Slattery
as Shep Wild
Liam Neeson
as Customer
Jay Leno
as Himself
Jimmy Kimmel
as Himself
Taran Killam
as Himself
Sebastian Arcelus
as Dr. Ed Danzer
Jay Patterson
as Karl Jackson
Nana Visitor
as Adoption Agent
Maggie Geha
as Female Nurse
Lexi Atkins
as Waitress
Jack Knight
as Todd Kidder
Lauren Sanchez
as Boston Newscaster
William Xifaras
as Boston Neighbor
Altena Lester
as Portuguese Neighbor
Curtis Stigers
as Wedding Singer
Julius Sharpe
as NYC Doctor
Liz E. Morgan
as NYC Nurse
Alec Sulkin
as Obi-Wan
Ralph Garman
as Stormtrooper
Becky Dennis
as Receptionist
Robert Holfelder
as Band Leader
Kate Gustafson
as Hasbro CEO Assistant
Lenny Clarke
as Cop (Boston PD)
Rachael MacFarlane
as Meighan Assistant
Joseph Micucci
as Nerd (Wedgie)
Josiah Blount
as Comic-Con Fan
Chris Neville
as Cops (Boston PD)
Aaron Zell
as Vendor
Scott Wahle
as Film Executive
John Viener
as Police Dispatcher
Kate O'Brien
as Diner Waitress
Johnny Alves
as Security Guard
Billy Concha
as Bachelor Party Guest
Silvio Cuadra
as Security Guard
Andrew Torres
as Jump Rope Guy
Luke Adams
as Wedding Announcer
Tara Strong
as Ted Toy Voice
as Herself
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Critic Reviews for Ted 2

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Audience Reviews for Ted 2

  • Sep 05, 2017
    Where part one aimed low for its entire running time, they actually tried to tell a story and create a few softer notes this time, which works. Sure, there are still a lot of non-PC jokes and the movie quotes are the most fun, just like the Comic Con "showdown". But a few other moments are actually surprisingly sweet and not as toxic and cynic as the majority of the first time. A big step up.
    Jens S Super Reviewer
  • Jul 25, 2017
    Ted 2 goes further into the "stoner comedy" genre than its predecessor did and provides not more laughs, but what feels like a perfect effort in matching the laughs of the original film. It's common knowledge that sequels are generally inferior and Ted 2 isn't indifferent to this stereotype, however it's definitely not a bad film. Mark Wahlberg is on top form again as is Seth Macfarlane as the conscious teddy bear and main protagonist Ted who's voice acting is as always, superb. It's a nice surprise to see Amanda Seyfried make a valiant return to comedy as well, giving the Ted series the funny woman it deserved, who bolsters away the whiny girlfriend of John from the first one, played by Mila Kunis. Giovanni Ribisi is back as the villain and is unbeatable in malevolence. With pop culture gags and toilet humour a plenty, Ted 2 is a sequel that's most definitely likely to offend, annoy and insult and has therefore done it's job.
    Harry W Super Reviewer
  • Mar 10, 2016
    Anthony L Super Reviewer
  • Feb 29, 2016
    Funny, yet redundant, sophomoric yet spontaneous-Ted 2 is, as most sequels are, a mixed bag. Like its predecessor it's an entirely inconsequential film-how could it be when the protagonist is an inexplicably animate Teddy Bear. And, like its predecessor, the plot is pretty silly-essentially boiled down to Ted suing for legal personhood. There are times where the film seems reduanet in its jokes, where it doubles down on skits which are otherwise unfunny, and seems devoid of real purpose. There are other times, however, where the film is nothing short of hysterial, where the humor is imaginiative, the execution good, and the characters enjoyable. At the end of the day-is it more funny than yet? Yes, but not by a whole lot. 3/5 Stars
    Jeffrey M Super Reviewer

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