Sausage Party Movie Information

Movie Information

Overall Rank: 7153

Average Rating: 2.6/4

# of Ratings: 29

Theatrical Release Date: 08/12/2016

Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 11/08/2016

Language: English

Genre: Animation, Comedy

MPAA Rating: R

Director: Greg Tiernan, Conrad Vernon

Actors: Kristen Wiig, James Franco, Jonah Hill, Paul Rudd, Salma Hayek, Edward Norton

Plot: A lone supermarket sausage wants to know the truth about what happens when the "chosen" leave the grocery store. Enlisting the help of some fellow products, he won't stop until her learns the truth - no matter how down and dirty things get. -- Chris Kavan

Quick Movie Reviews

Rating of
3/4

Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 06/21/2019

Profanity, stereotypes, and shock humor run amuck in this savagely funny and actually quite clever R-rated animated comedy.

Rating of
3/4

Indyfreak - wrote on 07/01/2017

Suitably raunchy, irreverant, and surprisingly thoughtful, Sausage Party works as the adult alternative to every CG family movie released. It doesn't overstay its welcome and if you disliked one joke or one-liner, there's two more you'd probably enjoy afterward. The vocal talents are all funny and the ending is a great sequel tease.

Rating of
3/4

Chris Kavan - wrote on 01/25/2017

An animated movie for the discerning adult who still likes grade-school humor - and also food orgies. Seth Rogan, Jonah Hill, James Franco - and pretty much that whole gang get together and create something different and hilarious. It pushes the envelope as far as it can and some religious types may get upset at the rather atheist viewpoint, but it's all in good fun as far as I'm concerned. And it earns that R rating easily.

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Rating of
3/4

A 'Party' for Everyone

Snoogans - wrote on 08/22/2016

'Sausage Party' sees Rogan and company tackle animation. Their particular brand of sophomoric humor is all over this one, as expected. What's not as expected is the satirical ways in which they use this simple premise to full effect. On the surface we have food puns, crass jokes, and all the sexual references one can make with edible objects. But beneath the self-aware juvenile exterior is a story with actual meaning. Our sausage hero comes to find that the "gods" (grocery shoppers) they worship and believe will one day take them off the shelf to spend a happy eternity, actually just plan on murdering them. Thus proving there is no afterlife beyond the supermarket. He takes it upon himself to warn everyone else, but that's the hardest task. Instead, the film opts to spread a …

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