The Universal movie “TED” broke the innocent Teddy-bear dream

A very peculiar

SU-O1 (Pictures by H&H Communications L.A.) “The lovely Teddy Bear each kid had; comes alive along each little one’s imagination”. It was a great statement for Director Seth MacFarlane, creator of adult comic sitcom “Family Guy”: when he decides to bring that idea to the adulthood of TED’s owner John Bennett (Mark Wahlberg) a perfectly normal Boston native whose childhood wish for his teddy bear to come to life comes true.

A wish come true

The bear, TED (voiced by director Seth MacFarlane) remains Marks best friend into his adult years. The trouble emerges when TED’s irresponsible and obscenity slacker lifestyle comes in the way of Mark’s attempt to embrace his own maturity and his love-interest, for Lori (Mila Kunis)… As expected, the hilarious part of the movie comes alive with the excess of swearing and explicit distasteful situations presented as comedy. However the exposure of “TED”s personality matches a thousand of frenzy guys out there, so many will recognize themselves in that bulky obnoxious stuffed character, that will give them a reality check.

TED like so many guys

TED’s producers John Jacobs, Scott Stuber, Seth MacFarlane, Wellesley Wild, and Jason Clark owns credit whit their challenge to direct an animated character interacting with human actor’s that has been done before masterfully and that challenge is where the real comedy is on the film.

TED is on theaters on June 26.

Rosana Sandoval-G.
Journalist & Mass Media Consultant
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