Guest Movie Review: Sausage Party

jamieSausage_PartyBy Jamie Williams
Guest Contributor
Silver Screen Capture

At this point in the collective careers and oeuvre of Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, et al, we know what to expect from their raunchy, HARD-R comedies, but the bracingly vulgar and profane jaw-dropping shocks brought to bear in a way that only the laws of animation allow make Greg Tiernan’s Sausage Party (B) something one simply cannot unsee or unknow (and I’m MOSTLY fine with what I saw and now know). In the same way that Kevin Smith’s Dogma was the most spiritually profound movie to feature a poop demon, Sausage Party matches that lowest of brow language and ideas with a truly thoughtful meditation on the meaning of life and the idea of an afterlife. Hilarious, great voice cast, inventive puns and word play, vivid finale. That said, I feel sorry for any middle-aged father who may have taken his teen-aged son not know how wholly awkward a cross-generational viewing it would be!





I've reviewed films for more than 20 years. Current movie reviews of new theatrical releases and direct-to-video or streaming films are added weekly to the Silver Screen Capture movie news site. Many capsule critiques originally appeared in expanded form in my syndicated Lights Camera Reaction column.

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