Sausage Party

Until viewing the movie “Sausage Party,” we were unaware that a scathing critique of organized religion could be elegantly disguised as an animated film about grocery store products. We didn’t know that sausages and buns — and bagels and bananas, and everything else in a supermarket — could illuminate the folly of waiting for “a better place” to live. Crude, sexual, and edgy, “Sausage Party” is also hilarious, provocative and illuminating. By anthropomorphizing objects without consciousness and making the human shoppers a race of “Gods” who, they hope, take patient lunch meats to “the great beyond,” SP is possibly the most subversive “stoner movie” ever made.

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