Movies of the week
Family Guy creator, Seth McFarlene has become a household name via his raunchy, uninhabited comedy. He makes his exaggerated ideas buyable by linking them to current stream of thoughts. His latest big screen presentation has it all, from non-stop celebrity jokes to stylishly intrusive humor.
With Mark Wahlberg as a lead, Ted scores highly with his expressive acting coupled with his mushrooming love for his Teddy bear, whom he brings to life from a heartfelt wish. But the teddy’s fame withers away when he accepts the invitation of a ceaseless pot-smoking routine. In Ted’s (teddy bear) company, John’s intellect touches an extreme low and he faces the calamity of losing his girlfriend.
All marks to Seth for making a bonanza out of a plotline that attaches scanty novelty to itself. It’s his take on comedy that makes Ted a wholesome entertainer. With no television censorship to rein the creator, Seth had the opportunity to project his over the top ideas is their purest form.
Though Ted is not the movie you can watch with your children, you should watch it with the older folks to savor Seth’s inhabited profusion of humor. For those who are addicted to Family Guy, Ted is another delicious piece of entertainment they would love to gulp down, without a second thought