Ted 2

Ted 2
A year after Ted and Tami-Lynn get married (and a year after his buddy, John, gets divorced), the couple finds themselves continually fighting. In an effort to save their marriage, the pair decide to have a baby. The feat is easier said than done, when, after several failed attempts, Ted shows up on the government’s radar and is officially deemed not a person, but property. This has disastrous effects, including Ted losing his job, his finances are left in array and, worst of all, his marriage to Tami-Lynn is considered null and void. Ted decides to take matters in his own hands and hires a lawyer to sue for his right to be considered a person. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “Ted 2”.

· At the beginning of the movie, Ted and Tami-Lynn have been married a year and are arguing in their apartment. Ted is sitting at the table looking over the bills. In the close-up view, when Ted says he’s starving, the bag of chips is on the table with nothing on top. There’s a red page with a black and white advertisement next to it. Ted says, “look at this” and the items next to the bag of chips have changed. There is now more mail and an envelope on top of the stack.

· Ted is working at the cash register when the customer with the box of Trix shows up. In the wider, front view of Ted, the customer places a five-dollar bill on the conveyor in front of him. The money is right-side up, with the crease down. It cuts to a closer view and the bill is upside down, the crease side up. It’s back in the original position when the customer starts to walk away. Also during this scene, when Ted turns around as the customer leaves, the money is no longer on the conveyor.

· Ted, John and Samantha have a meeting with Patrick Meighan. Meighan has a yellow handkerchief sticking out of his coat pocket. The handkerchief is noticeable at the beginning of their conversation. In the front view of him when he talks about making a contribution to society, the handkerchief is gone. It’s back when he says, “I said I would consider it”.

“Ted 2” (2015) stars Mark Wahlberg, Amanda Seyfried, Jessica Barth, Giovanni Ribisi, Morgan Freeman, Sam Jones, Patrick Warburton, Michael Dorn, Ron Canada, Liam Neeson and the voice of Seth MacFarlane. It runs 115 minutes and is rated R for crude and sexual content, pervasive language, and some drug use.

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