In it, the characters grow to question their faith, and their new-found skepticism pays off with a unique and clever spin at the end with lots of smart laughs along the way. How much gore is shown? One guy injects himself with bath salts and begins to hallucinate. I have nothing against gross or low humor. You want to know how bad this movie really was? Although the movie encourages characters to think and act for themselves, that comes at the expense of faith. Unless parents are putting major control over it, kinda easy to see rated R movies. My brothers wanted to see this Friday.
For an hour and a half. Well, with Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg behind the writing process, this movie unexpectedly manages to be much smarter than what you may anticipate while at the same time, being hysterically funny in blatantly absurd ways. I don't wear stupid earrings that put 2 inch holes in my ears. De nombreuses allusions 18 et une scène de fin épique me font encore rire. However, although this is an animated feature, parents are strongly discouraged of bringing their children to this one. To do it well, the medium needs to look and feel - at first blush - like something sincere, which allows the artist to invert expectations of the audience thus, humor.
Just let that one sink in for a minute. And the final 20 minutes there is a scene so bizarre and hilarious the fact it's animation is just awesome When I first saw this film advertised I really looked forward to it. Some of the actors play there roles so well I had no idea which character they were. Because I didn't get that the douche is a douche. If you aren't already a fan of Seth Rogan's movies, like I am, the humor probably won't do much for you.
No no, could you blatantly tell me that the douche is a douche? A hotdog hangs on the running board of a fast moving car and reaches a house. If she would have cried and you were to remove her until she calmed down then came back in, it wouldn't have been such an issue. They ended up putting us in the regular session we got a comp for another time too - ha, like that will ever get used! When I saw the trailer, I thought it would be fun. Vous ne voulez pas voir ça, ni dans cet extrait et encore moins dans une salle de cinéma avec votre enfant de 12 ans! We wait months to get a babysitter to finally go to a movie only to have it ruined, at least it ended up being free! Your child can't be in a box until he is an adult and he won't, children always learn something new. If a Christian commits suicide, will they go to Heaven? However, if you're above the age of 14, then this movie will just exist, exist and not be funny in the slightest. Again though, not funny or clever. It is offensive, racist, crude, sexist, and low brow in the extreme - which is were its charm lays.
Kinda funny we got two of those this year considering how rare it is to get one. Sausage party is absolutely terrible for kids and even adults, there is way too much sex and profanity. An anti-religious theme coats the main storyline by pretty much stating that we as human beings are our own gods. This movie is not at all for kids - and not really for adults either. But after a traumatized Honey Mustard warns his fellow items that all they believe about the Great Beyond is a lie and only death and horror are in store, Frank finds himself on a quest for answers. Food characters smoke pot and get high, and a human character shoots up bath salts with a spoon and needle and hallucinates.
Are we living in a moral Stone Age? Après c'est comme tout, s'il y a une bonne communication avec nos enfants, tout se passe relativement bien et vous pourrez faire entendre votre avis. People should get it into their heads that this isn't for kids, it is R rated and for very good reason. Everywhere else is fair game. I highly recommend it, just to mature audiences only. The primary villain is a douche. If God made everything, who made God? The entire grocery store decides to take part in one huge orgy, as group sex plays out for the remaining few minutes of the film.
Failure to be chosen, or worse dropped on the floor, means produce is to be thrown away in a seemingly bottomless abyss of a grocery store garbage bin. Pretty much everything from that moment is lost time I will never re-coup. Come to think of it, my dad took me out offa meesa school quite often when I was young. Yet despite leaning, nudging and winking towards the least discerning of low-brow audiences, Sausage Party is funny enough to have people rolling in the aisles, smart enough to lend itself to cogent meta-commentary and vulgar enough to live in teenage-screen-hopping infamy. Making their way back to their own shelves, Frank makes a startling discovery: The honey mustard was right.
I believe it will be even funnier a second viewing. Each section of the grocery store lights up with a look and feel that compliments the local produce. Yes, it's a cartoon, a comedy which shouldn't be sought for value and enlightenment, so with that said, if repetitive usage of the foul language and exploration of almost any sexual fantasy is appealing to you, then you may find it worth your while. Try to make a better film next time. The embedded oddness of the story lends itself to some pretty unique and funny jokes. Do not let them get away with this. In one comedic scene, we see a used condom on the street talking to one of the sausage's telling him what happened to him, while it is played for laughs some people may be grossed out by this scene.