The politically incorrect, foul-mouthed laughs start in the opening moments of Seth MacFarlane’s big screen debut and they keep on coming ‘til the end; with a little sweetness thrown into the recipe. But mostly: think “Family Guy’s” Stewie as a come-to-life teddy bear in a bromance. MacFarlane voices ‘em both and is ridiculously funny.
The story begins with the friendless child John
While the f-word and ethnic and sex jokes fly fast and furious, there’s a wry smartness in MacFarlane’s comedy. For boomers: think a horny, pot-loving, R-rated Archie Bunker.