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WAITER: Here is your dessert and champagne.
LORI: Ooh, Cristal.
JOHN: It’s a special night. We’ve been dating for four years. And hey, all those rich black people can’t be wrong, right?
Champagne in general, and Cristal in particular, has long been perceived as a popular drink among hip-hop artists, whether for recereational use or ...
Ted's paws are shown throughout the film as being very prehensile. He can:
Hold a bong
Use a cigarette lighter
Drink from bottles with one hand
Use a cash register
Use a telephone keypad
Use a television remote
Among other complex hand tasks.
It is conceivable that if he were to point his paw in a certain manner at a person or a camera that the gesture ...
Its not normal to come across a walking talking teddy bear in daily life at a public place
It's not normal in our reality but it is normal in this movie universe
As Wikipedia says*
In 1985, 8-year-old John Bennett is a lonely child living in Norwood, Massachusetts, a suburb of Boston, who wished for his new Christmas gift—a jumbo teddy bear named Ted—to ...
There's a complete explanation of the Special Effects used at FXGuide.com including videos of the fight being shot.
The Ted stuffie was essentially a real teddy bear with some posable joints and a loose neck. It was fitted with an aluminium rod that could be puppeteered. "We would block the scene with the actors ...
Ted might not feel pain. But he certainly perceives it. That's the reason why he punches back and also gets scared of things.
He might not have been hurt if he had jumped off. But he does not see it that way. he sees himself as a human-like teddy bear who can feel pain. He knows the emotion of fear. So he fears losing his life if he falls off a great height....