Summary: So, was it worth my while investing 106 minutes of my life on this one? I have to say, on balance; not really. Yes there are some wonderfully comic moments and smart one-liners in there but I did find it drifted far too much from the sublime to the ridiculous.
Summary: You can tell that this movie came from the mind of Seth MacFarlane, it feels sort of like a live action cartoon in a way. It's also just a really funny movie, the dialog and scenes that play out will surprise you. I was on the floor laughing with friends while we were watching it.
Summary: While I liked this movie I didn't think "ZOMG! This is the funniest movie ever!111!!" Certain parts were really good and the cameos were the best part (watch for a hilarious split-second DVD commentary from Ted Danson that is gold!) - plus the Flash Gordon himself Sam J.
Summary: Ted is nothing more than a juvenile film with crude and mostly unfunny sex jokes. The movie is over the top punctuated by a few bright spots here and there. It seemed like Seth MacFarlane wrote down any stupid joke that came to mind and threw it all together.
Summary: If you are a fan of Family or Judd Apatow films you will be entertained by this one. However, if you are looking for comedy gold, you should probably look elsewhere. Best enjoyed with a group of guys at least 3-4 drinks in when you turn it on.
Summary: The only thing 'shocking' about this movie is how lazy the writing is. Some good moments here, including a really funny bit part played by Joel McHale. Mila Kunis and Mark Wahlberg are good but they cannot carry a poor movie with a boring plot and weak jokes.
Summary: Ted is an homage to old, tired jokes and an attempt to shock its audience into liking the movie. Just like Seth McFarlane's completely unoriginal Family Guy, Ted dares its critics to lambast the movie and when they do, they are accused of being "unhip" or "too sensitive.