Do not bring your kids to Sausage Party. I repeat– do NOT bring your kids to Sausage Party!
This is not a kids movie despite looking like one. This is a ridiculously adult animated movie from the team that brought you other ridiculously adult themed genre movies like This Is The End and SuperBad. It might look like the same team that brought you Frozen… but lemme tell you… this isn’t not Frozen.
Having said that– it’s probably going to be a very silly, funny, cathartic movie if you’re over 17. Actually… strike that. I’m gonna say this should be for those 25+. I have a feeling it’s going to be that filthy.
The creators of Sausage Party— frequent collaborators Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg– narrowly avoided an NC-17 rating by removing (REDACTED) from the (REDACTED) of one of their characters. So right there you have an idea of what you’re getting into.
Sausage Party is a spoof of the animated fare we typically get from Dreamworks, Pixar, and Disney Animation, so while all the elements you know and love of the movies your kids, nieces, nephews, and cousins watch ad nauseam, they are peppered with the type of language you have to pack into a box and bury deep in your closet once you have impressionable youths running around.
The critics are strongly in favor of this genre-bender, too: Sausage Party is definitely offensive but backs up its enthusiastic profanity with an impressively high gag-to-laugh ratio — and a surprisingly thought-provoking storyline. Expect this to be at least 10 times more offensive than you can imagine.
I expect this to be the cult classic we’ve been waiting 2016 to drop.
WHAT’S IT ABOUT (via Rotten Tomatoes): A misplaced sausage and his savory friends embark on an existential adventure through the aisles of a massive supermarket in this raunchy animated comedy from Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. As the store’s annual 4th of July sale draws near, the perishable pals must return to their rightful places on the shelves before the customers come flooding in to fill their carts.