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'Ted 2' review: More of the same bawdy bear

'Ted 2' review: More of the same bawdy bear

"Ted 2" reunites Mark Wahlberg’s insecure wallflower character (it's called acting, folks) with the chubby little cubby all stuffed with fluff and racial, sexual, scatological and '80s-reference insults voiced, with movie-saving acumen, by co-writer and director Seth MacFarlane. "Saving" is relative. Madly uneven, more so than the mediocre 2012 hit that made half a billion worldwide, this one's an easy predictive call. If you got your laughs out of "Ted," you'll likely come crawling back for "Ted 2." It's not the same film, but it's same-adjacent. "Ted" was rated R for "crude and sexual...

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