Ted is back ... and wants to be a dad?

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL -

THE foul-mouthed teddy bear and his hu­man side­kick re­turn to cine­mas af­ter a three­year wait.

Ted 2 opens at Bowen Sum­mer­gar­den Cine­mas tonight at 8.20pm.

In the first film, there’s loose lan­guage and some very ab­surd scenes from the com­edy but this time it is very diffe- rent from that.

Ted is now liv­ing hap­pily ever af­ter and mar­ried to Tami-Lynn (Jes­sica Barth).

Af­ter some time of mar­ried life, he de­cides he wants to be­come a fa­ther but has ob­vi­ous ob­sta­cles to face with his hu­man wife. John Ben­nett (Mark Wahlberg) gen­er­ously of­fers him­self as the sperm donor but there are le­gal hin­drances the cou­ple must sur­pass.

To be­come a par­ent, Ted first needs to prove in a court of law that he is a per­son and not just a stuffed toy.

So far lit­tle is known about how cre­ator Seth MacFar­lane has man­aged to con­struct this com­edy but he has al­ready re­marked that “it will be cra­zier than ever”. From the trailer and other in­for­ma­tion known, things look quite promis­ing and fun.

One big dif­fer­ence be­tween the first film and the se­quel is the em­pha­sis on whose story has been told. First it was John, now it’s Ted.

In­for­ma­tion for the re­view was sourced from IMDB.com.

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