- This year’s Super Bowl was a really solid game (from the point of view of a big New England fan…) but the trailers were kinda lackluster!
- But then there was one deep into the game that stood out about the others…
- So yeah, there was a longer Ted 2 trailer that was released earlier this week and it was okay.
- It definitely showed more of the movie’s plot than the best jokes, which I think is a positive thing, though I only laughed out loud twice and once was just a chuckle.
- This one though!
- This trailer was hilarious!
- So you saw in the first trailer what the premise of this movie is: Ted needs to be legalized so he and his girlfriend (or I guess now wife?) can have a baby.
- But they need a sperm donor, so what to do? Break into Tom Brady’s house of course.
- Seth MacFarlane does these celebrity cameos really well, so this was hilarious and the best possible ad to do during the Super Bowl.
- Seeing Tom Brady freak out on Mark Wahlberg and a plush bear was awesome and then the end joke just did it for me.
- He throws Ted out and into Mark Wahlberg’s hands, and Mark Wahlberg is like, “the perfect spiral!”
- That was funnier for me than the crude and almost taboo jokes that filled up the original trailer.
- Granted, I like the premise of the sequel but I don’t want it to seem dumb and horribly different compared to the original.
- The original Ted was really vulgar but never got to the point of being crude or ‘too-far.’
- So when they announced Ted 2, I thought it would be a great idea as long as it wasn’t too crude or stupid.
- And as long as the entire movie of Ted 2 isn’t filled with jokes about the blind guy in the diner, I think we’re good.
- I didn’t see A Million Ways to Die in the West, so I can’t judge Seth MacFarlane based on.
- Though if Ted 2 is anything like it (and what I hear around the web) then it could get cartoony fast.
- But I have a feeling that this Tom Brady bit isn’t the best celebrity cameo in Ted 2, unlike what seemed to be the best one from A Million to Die in the West (seen below).
- In conclusion, I wasn’t totally psyched for Ted 2 after seeing the first trailer, but I wasn’t worried about it either.
- I guess if anything, the Super Bowl Spot did get me back on the side of the movie, though I am anxious to see the whole thing now and actually see how the entire product turns out.
So guys, those are my thoughts on the Super Bowl Spot (and First Trailer too) of Ted 2. What are your guys thoughts on these trailers? Let me know in the comments down below, and as always, thanks for reading guys.