When a young boy who’s lonely for a friend makes a wish that his teddy bear was really alive, his wish magically comes true. And while that’s a magical, sweet, incredible thing for a young boy… no one anticipated how things would be a couple of decades down the road. Ted would wind up being an unemployed, middle-aged foul-mouthed teddy bear with substance abuse problems. Which is bad enough in and of itself, but it’s also causing issues for the now grown-up boy.
An attachment to a teddy bear has a way of holding a man back in life.
“Ted” is vulgar, fun, and funny. The central “joke” of a foul-mouthed living Teddy Bear may wear a little thin by the end of the film, but it still has a lot of very funny moments and filth to spare. Easy to recommend for fans of partying humor everywhere.
It’s time for yet another round of panel videos! This one and another today, and then one more tomorrow.
First up is the “Community” panel. Two apologies going in: 1) No Allison Brie. Not my fault. 2) I was able to get in at the last second, but my seats were last second seats. LOL. I could not even see the stage. So I recorded off of the video screen. I know that would bug some people, so I’m putting it out front. Of course, you can still see the panel as it happened.