Ted 2 | Full Movie
- 1h 55m
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Everyone's favorite foulmouthed teddy bear is back for a second round of hilarious antics and outrageous adventures. When Ted (voiced by Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane) is declared property by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Ted and his best friend John (Mark Wahlberg, Transformers: Age of Extinction, The Other Guys) must go to court to fight for Ted's personhood. With the help of their smart, beautiful (and pot-loving) lawyer (Amanda Seyfried, Mamma Mia!, Les Misérables), the thunder buddies for life battle to legalize Ted in this "wickedly funny"* sequel that will keep fans laughing right up to the very end. *LOS ANGELES TIMES
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
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.
J. R. Jones
The movie is so indifferently plotted that it soon becomes a bore.
June 25, 2017
If you liked the original Ted, Seth MacFarlane's 2012 surprise smash about a pot-smoking, potty-mo...
June 25, 2017
Globe and Mail
In a way, it's pitiable more than anything.
June 25, 2017
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Common Sense Says
Vulgar little bear is back, with big ideas and crude humor.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Ted 2 is the sequel to Seth McFarlane's mega-successful Ted -- and, like the first, it's a very vulgar comedy filled with drugs, sexual references, and extremely strong language (constant use of "f--k," "s--t," "a--hole," and many others). There's no graphic nudity or sex, but characters talk about sex/make innuendoes constantly, with references to oral sex, Internet porn, and various fetishes. The three main characters smoke pot regularly, and there's background drinking, and references to cocaine and heavy drug use in some characters' past. There's some punching and bullying, and characters get thrown around. Several products and brands are shown and referenced, often with humorous overtones. All of that said, the movie has some interesting ideas about what it means to be a person, viewers who can handle the mature content will definitely have something to think about after seeing it.
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- Genre:Buddy Picture, Comedy. Franchise
- Release Date:June 26, 2015
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