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Director Seth MacFarlane, screenwriter Alec Sulkin, and actor Mark Wahlberg
Rating:7.3/10 (6 votes) [
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Reviewed by OfficialJab on February 11th, 2013
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Seth and Alec are very funny. Mark doesn't always sound as enthusiastic, but he leaves about a quarter of the way through for another engagement. It was just as well, since Seth and Alec have developed something of a commentary-chemistry over their Family Guy years, and know what one another are talking about at all times.
There is a standard amount of backslapping, but it's not overboard. Great listen, highly recommended.
Reviewed by Hungry Baz on April 2nd, 2015
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Seth makes fun of Mila Kunis (just watch them on the gag reel), points out actors from Family Guy and people from Boston.
Yeah, Mark leaves after 20 minutes. Why he did he even bother being there in the first place?
No, Seth doesn't call him "Marky Mark".
He mentions that he is a Tintin fan, which is funny because Ted is mo-cap and Tintin was also a mo-cap film.
Reviewed by foxforcefive on June 5th, 2015
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Some funny stories between Sulkin and MacFarlane, but too often they seem lost for what to talk about. Wahlberg offers very little and it gets better after he leaves.
Reviewed by grimjack on September 26th, 2021
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Definitely worth listening to if enjoyed the film. A lot of behind the scenes talk, and breakdown of the work that went into some of the smaller moments. They genuinely seem amazed that they made it, that they got to make it, and completely understand the tightrope the film walks between being absurd and ridiculous but also grounded in reality.
Wahlberg does leave, but his comment and impression of Patrick Stewart warning him about Seth McFarlane (he turned me into a peeedophile) makes his presence worth it.
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