As the result of a childhood wish, John Bennett';;s teddy bear, Ted, came to life and has been by John';;s side ever since. But then one day John must then choose to stay with his girlfriend or keep his friendship with his crude and extremely inappropriate teddy bear, Ted. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Ted torrent reviews
Aaron S (kr) wrote: Amazing. Long overdue. Finally someone willing to stop following the sheep and actually use their brain to think for themselves!
Bruno V (ru) wrote: Not realy a movie for me , more a " oh mam would you read me a story before i go to sleep" tale . I had a book with shiney pictures of Dino's in the 80's , it's like that but then moving with a story for 3year olds .
Barbara P (it) wrote: I saw this at a benefit for PADS.
Jason P (kr) wrote: A well made movie starring lots of recognizable actors that manages to be a complete waste of film.
Ivonne T (ag) wrote: Pretentious and tedious. I love the works of Nietzsche but although this movie manage to recreate the despair of the philosopher thought, it reaches boredom at its best.
Paul D (au) wrote: Seagal has managed to go back to basics, the basics of making a terrible film that is.
Jovon T (jp) wrote: An average film with a good cast. Plus it was interesting to see Jason Statham as a villain.
John T (ru) wrote: WTF? This takes a different turn. It's in the future where the government makes people take drugs. There are a bunch of robot people and the two main characters are enemies in this one... it's pretty weird. I see a theme in Takashi Mike's movies about merging the good and evil together... not sure what was up with the penis head, but whatever. The opening was pretty bad ass, but it slows down a bit afterwards.
John A (gb) wrote: Kane has found her again. Carol Anne (Heather O'Rourke) is now 12 & living with her aunt & uncle (Nancy Allen & Tom Skeritt), in a newly built state of the art skyscraper. Kane is now communicating with Carol Anne using reflective surfaces, & is taking control of the whole building. The final chapter is a mediocre one, while not as good as the previous installments, its a different kind of thriller, which is a good ending for a film series instead of a bad one (like most final films are). Sadly Heather O'Rourke passed away during filming, due to complications in surgery.
Lucie K (br) wrote: Hilariously bad, except maybe for the ending.
Paul A (nl) wrote: The storyline sucked, and the fact real animals were killed for the movie disgusted me. I got bored of all the scenes of senseless violence, and the running time of the movie was far too long. The only thing I liked about the whole movie was the music, and have no idea why the composer would even want their music in such a movie.