Sausage Party

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6.11 h 28 min2016X-RayHDRUHDR
A sausage leads supermarket products on a hilarious quest to discover what really happens when they leave the grocery store. RATED R.
Directors
Conrad VernonGreg Tiernan
Starring
Michael CeraJames FrancoBill Hader
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AnimationComedyFantasyAdventure
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English [CC]
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EnglishEnglish [Audio Description]
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Supporting actors
Salma HayekJonah HillAnders HolmNick KrollDavid KrumholtzDanny McBrideEdward NortonCraig RobinsonSeth RogenPaul RuddKristen WiigAlistair AbellIris ApatowSugar Lyn BeardIan James CorlettMichael DaingerfieldBrian DobsonMichael DobsonIan HanlinMaryke HendrikseLauren Miller-RogenNicole Oliver
Producers
Seth Rogen
Studio
Columbia Pictures
Rating
R (Restricted)
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Nudityviolencesubstance usefoul languagesexual content
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4.4 out of 5 stars

21307 global ratings

  1. 71% of reviews have 5 stars
  2. 10% of reviews have 4 stars
  3. 7% of reviews have 3 stars
  4. 3% of reviews have 2 stars
  5. 7% of reviews have 1 stars
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joel wingReviewed in the United States on September 4, 2022
4.0 out of 5 stars
Low brow comedy that's actually about questioning faith
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I remember seeing this in the theater and I was not ready for it. They instantly introduced you to what the movie is going to be like in the opening song which includes cursing, Nazi jokes and hot dogs and buns talking about having sex after they’re bought by a customer. I should’ve known this was going to be some low brow humor since Seth Rogan is one of the main voices. The gist of the movie is that a sausage/Seth Rogen, a bun/KristinWiig, a bagel/Edward Norton and some lavash/David Krumholtz explore their grocery store after they escape their shelves. It actually is really funny because it’s so over the top. Not only that but the theme of the movie is questioning faith and beliefs. Yes a movie with a bunch of food cursing and talking about sex turns out to be dispelling religion. All the products were told a myth about what happens to them when they’re bought but Rogan and company want to find the truth.
6 people found this helpful
HollyReviewed in the United States on November 13, 2018
1.0 out of 5 stars
Adult stupidity
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Certainly for adults. Includes crude humor and other adult content. This is a movie a dude watches in college basically. Not remotely funny, at least not to me. It's just not my type of humor since I like intellectual or sarcastic and dry humor. This just all out crude 17 year old male type humor. Not worth the money if your humor is like mine and less like a juvenile male's making a crude joke.
23 people found this helpful
The ProfessorReviewed in the United States on July 25, 2022
1.0 out of 5 stars
This movie is an indicator of cultural decline
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This movie sucked. It was totally designed to appeal to the lowest-common denominator in society which, sadly, has become the dominant denominator. Tired, unimaginative, and, like a Justin Bieber song, repetitive. When it came out, I knew from the marketing that the product sucked and did not watch it then. If not for being forced and coerced to do so, I would have not consumed this product. The only reason it is even receiving a star is because it had a 1980's soundtrack. Total garbage, but I will say a sign of the times.
4 people found this helpful
Martin BReviewed in the United States on January 31, 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
DON'T Watch. X Rating!
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I Highly Regret this. This should have an X Rating. Such a neat concept ruined by sick humor .

Very detailed violence against not just fake food characters but humans. Albeit CGI, this was disgusting.
Drug use. Needle in vein drug use. F word every other sentence. It has no meaning when used like water.
Orgie scenes. I mean it. I don't know how this was. Well then again, I am not actually that surprised anymore.
You will regret having seen this. It will be like a bad memory. Why did I finish? I paid for it so I tried getting through. Big regret. It is now in my mind like a horrible memory. Please don't let yourself see this if you are normal healthy minded person. God forbid a child should see this.
9 people found this helpful
Kelly L. JacksonReviewed in the United States on November 26, 2018
2.0 out of 5 stars
Has offensive language and content and not for children also has homoerotic content.
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The movie is okay but not for children as the language and content are closer to "R" than "G" or "PG" rated and not for anyone who has a distaste for homosexual sexual context and contact. . The theme that the products in our grocery store that we buy are conscious that they are being purchased but think that when that happens, it is some kind of magical experience and that they will experience some kind of blissful future...not unlike a heavenly experience. But when they realize that they will all come to violent destruction, they panic. The whole movie is filled with sexual tension between a hot dog (voice played by Seth Rogan) and a hot dog bun (voice played by Kristine Wig) who can't wait to consummate their physical attraction sexually and also for the taco (voice played by Salma Hayak) who is also deeply sexually attracted to the hot dog bun (voice played by Kristine Wig) who has an attraction for the bun. When the chance to reach the climactic physical interaction between characters it is mostly homoerotic in substance. So, unless you like watching guys get with guys and girls get with girls, this cartoon is not for you.
11 people found this helpful
Keith LawlessReviewed in the United States on May 31, 2017
5.0 out of 5 stars
Best Seth Rogan movie ever!
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I am not a huge fan of Seth Rogan. I find his acting really bad and he is the same over and over again. I went into this movie expecting a huge let down. IT IS FREAKING HILARIOUS! If you do not find this movie funny, you are just lame. The story is great and the food to human analogies are spot on. The death scenes are just too much too handle without busting a gut and the final orgy scene is face splitting hilarious. Yes, its a stupid movie....but stupid with a purpose!
30 people found this helpful
Jessica SlaterReviewed in the United States on July 13, 2017
4.0 out of 5 stars
funny movie with crude humor and some hidden social commentary
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It's a simple, funny movie with crude humor and some hidden social commentary. The art style is well done, and the humor is just witty enough that most of it doesn't induce too much cringe.

It takes a sharp dig at religion, which comes across as somewhat heavy handed, and essentially serves to paint anyone with unfounded religious beliefs as ignorant fools. The main character essentially finds evidence that the "gods" and afterlife are fake and then has the burden of proving it to the ignorant masses. The flip side of this coin, however, is the lesson of how dangerous blind faith can be, and how belief in something unproven can motivate people to be needlessly violent, arrogant, and judgemental. In all, it could have been handled a little more delicately than it was, but it's obvious that the creator was trying to get a message across in that regard, and no true art (yes, all movies are art, even the immature, crude ones) survives without at least some residue of subjectivity.
20 people found this helpful
Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United States on May 1, 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
Gratuitous sex, violence, vulgar language, not suitable for anyone
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Why did several A-list actors agree to do the voices for this movie? The plot/premise seems novel, however the scenes and language are abhorrent. I'm no prude, but this movie went beyond. Not just tongue-in-cheek, but use of the c-word rampant, explicit sexual depictions and violent images constant through out. The rotten tomato-meter is broken. This was awful. Sexist and racist language throughout. Maybe this cartoon should have been accorded the an X rating. If I could give a negative rating it would be -100. Shame on you Seth Rogen. Ewwwwww.
11 people found this helpful
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