If you’re easily offended, stay away from Sausage Party. This latest brain child of Seth Rogen leaves no one untouched in its rude, politically-incorrect insanity. And it’s outrageous.
While I’ll be the first to admit I’m usually not one for offensive and crude humour, the simple fact that no one is left untouched in this nonstop run of insults and one liners did make me laugh.
Rogen’s frequent partners in crime, Jonah Hill and James Franco, ad their voice talents to this cinematic supermarket. And if you’ve watched anything else involving these men (This is the End is probably a good example) you might have a fair idea of what you’re in for!
Just when you think you’ve reached the pinnacle of vulgarity, the end of the film steps it up another notch, throwing you over a cliff. Please remember, even though this is an animated film, it has more than earned it MA15+ rating.
As far as storylines go, I was surprised to find that Sausage Party actually had one at all. The writers were quite adept at working in the stereotypes of many groups of people, all the while portraying and likening them to different foods.
Although I can’t say I’d watch this one again, if you’re a fan of Seth Rogen’s more outlandish work, or up for a laugh at some dirty jokes, Sausage Party is probably one for the watch list.