Sausage Party Reviews

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October 10, 2016
A movie so bizarre, so profane and so quietly virtuous that it works.
September 2, 2016
Seth Rogen is a genius. Lucky, really, that I never liked hot dogs anyway.
September 1, 2016
Re-watch value is extremely low with this one.
August 13, 2016
One of the more clever conceits is how it plays with the central conundrum of Pixar: How do you connect all these animals or toys or robots-beings that, to humans, have no emotions or thoughts or even faces-to the human world that they walk around in?
August 12, 2016
Some of the gags are more cringy than others -- like Craig Robinson's cracka-hating box of grits -- but don't call it empty calories.
August 12, 2016
Rogen and his frequent collaborator Evan Goldberg dreamed up the story with actor Jonah Hill, and though it might sound like a critique of religion, they opt instead for a lowbrow, sporadically funny celebration of hedonism.
August 12, 2016
This smack in the face of good manners is surprising and strange, often delightfully so.
August 12, 2016
It is, without a doubt, the most delirious movie to come out of a major studio in decades, perhaps ever.
August 12, 2016
"Sausage Party" is smarter than it looks at the same time as it is overly taken with its juvenile humor.
August 11, 2016
There is no one out there making comedies quite like Rogen and Goldberg. They are putting their definitive stamp on the modern American comedy one decency-smashing double entendre at a time.
August 11, 2016
This is a film that tackles some big themes: religion, sex, ethnic conflict, the meaning of life and death. It's also a crude burlesque about talking food items who swear a lot more than they really need to.
Top Critic
August 11, 2016
Not only does the film effortlessly mock the sense of wonder and the emotional roller-coasters we've all felt watching Pixar's big-eyed sentient objects, but, in its own messed-up way, it provokes some new feelings, too: shock and awe ...
August 11, 2016
An effed-up funhouse. Rogen, a livewire satirist, dishes out an R-rated cartoon treat that tackles the crisis in the Middle East, the nonexistence of God and the sex lives of supermarket products.
August 11, 2016
At a moment when news from our actual world so often seems a nightmare parody of itself ... there is sweet balm in seeing a bagel and a lavash overcome their differences to find mutual pleasure in one another.
August 11, 2016
Almost never pushes the boundaries far enough, seemingly patting itself on the back for peppering the f-word into a cartoon with such frequency.
August 11, 2016
For sheer audacity, Sausage Party is impressive.
August 11, 2016
Sausage Party is one of the funniest and most deeply offensive movies of the year (it's obscenely funny), which lambastes America's most sacred of sacred cows: religion.
August 11, 2016
It looks like Pixar, but plays like Monty Python.
August 11, 2016
Sausage Party takes racism and prejudice and throws them into its existential meat-grinder to explore identity, tolerance and religion in surprisingly intelligent fashion.
August 11, 2016
Despite all the cursing and envelope-pushing and bat-bleep crazy sexual stuff, Sausage Party isn't mean-spirited. It's just... stupid. But also pretty smart. And funny as hell.
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