James' Review of Ted
Watching a teddy bear talk filth for an hour and fifty never gets old, and if you've seen this movie already you'll know what I mean when I say I will never take Giovanni Ribisi seriously again. Ted is so offensive that it pushes boundaries but I don't give a damn as I was too busy laughing my head off. This film has definitely sparked some controversy among audiences, so much so it's a hot talking point when people mention it, but I'll always describe it as a hilarious line-up of movie references, smart bromance and complete crudeness. Pot-smoking slacker Ted is all grown up now, as is his best friend John played by Mark Wahlberg, who I found funnier than Ted himself. Plot is simple and predictable especially towards the end but the 'bromance' between Ted and John is hilarious, and it makes up for the few flaws the movie has. Ted is entertainment at it's best, it's simply enjoyable and very, VERY funny.