Sausage Party | Full Movie
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In this R-rated CG-animated movie, one sausage leads a group of supermarket products on a quest to discover the truth about their existence and what really happens when they become chosen to leave the grocery store. The film features the vocal talents of some of today’s best comedy stars – Seth Rogen, Kristen Wiig, Jonah Hill, Bill Hader, Michael Cera, James Franco, Danny McBride, Craig Robinson, Paul Rudd, Nick Kroll, David Krumholtz, Edward Norton, and Salma Hayek.
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Sausage Party is definitely offensive, but backs up its enthusiastic profanity with an impressively high laugh-to-gag ratio -- and a surprisingly thought-provoking storyline.
Rogen and his frequent collaborator Evan Goldberg dreamed up the story with actor Jonah Hill, and...
June 25, 2017
Globe and Mail
It is, without a doubt, the most delirious movie to come out of a major studio in decades, perhaps...
June 25, 2017
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Common Sense Media
Common Sense Says
Funny but filthy animated comedy has tons of sex, swearing.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Sausage Party is a very raunchy animated comedy (from the writers of Superbad and Pineapple Express) that's most definitely not for kids. There's constant use of extreme language, with multiple uses of "f--k," "s--t," and tons of other words. Plus, the sexual innuendo/sex talk never stops, and there are pretty graphic sequences of simulated sex acts of all kinds between the food characters (some of whom are even drawn/designed to look suggestively like genitalia). Animated violence includes gory images of humans "murdering" food, guns and knives, and aggressive, argumentative characters. Food characters smoke pot and get high, and a human character shoots up bath salts (with a spoon and needle) and hallucinates. Although the movie encourages characters to think and act for themselves, that comes at the expense of faith. And while different cultures are encouraged to work together, the film simultaneously ridicules and/or stereotypes most of those cultures.
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- Genre:Animation, Comedy, Satire & Spoof
- Release Date:August 10, 2016
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