Plot[change | change source]
Frank is one of the sausages who dreams of living with his hot dog bun girlfriend, Brenda. When Frank and Brenda's packages are chosen by a woman named Camille Toh to leave a supermarket called Shopwell's, a returned jar of Bickle's honey mustard unsuccessfully warns the groceries that the Great Beyond is a noble lie. Frank fails to stop Honey Mustard from committing suicide. This causes the two carts to crash each other, while Brenda, Frank and some groceries end up leaving the cart. The douche plots revenge against Frank and Brenda, after getting his nozzle bent. Teresa, a taco, falls in love with Brenda right after meeting her. Barry becomes frightened, when he discovers Camille preparing to cook the other purchased foods. Barry escapes from a window. When Frank separates from his friends, who disapprove of him being skeptical of the Great Beyond, he finds a cookbook behind the freezer section. When Frank reveals the contents for the rest of the groceries and before the humans return to the supermarket, the groceries choose to not believe Frank, despite his warning.
Voice cast[change | change source]
- Seth Rogen as Frank Wienerton, a sausage who begins to learn the truth of his existence and groceries.
- Kristen Wiig as Brenda Bunson, a hot dog bun from an 8-bun package of Glamour Buns (net weight 340 grams) and Frank's girlfriend.
- Jonah Hill as Carl, one of friends Frank's friends.
- Bill Hader as Firewater, an old Native American bottle of liquor and the leader of the immortal Non-Perishables.
- Michael Cera as Barry, a deformed sausage and one of Frank's friends.
- James Franco as the Druggie, a drug-addicted human and the first one to see the foods as sentient beings, after injecting himself with bath salts.
- Danny McBride as Honey Mustard, a jar of Bickle's Honey Mustard who is returned to one of the shelves. He warns Frank and the other products of the reality of the "Great Beyond".
- Craig Robinson as Mr. Grits, a box of grits and one of the immortal Non-Perishables.
- Paul Rudd as Darren, the manager of Shopwell's who is nicknamed the "Dark Lord" as he disposes of expired food and spilled items.
- Nick Kroll as Douche, a literal, murderous, ruthless and figurative douche, who seeks revenge on Frank for breaking his nozzle and preventing him from reaching the "Great Beyond".
- David Krumholtz as Kareem Abdul Lavash, a Middle Eastern lavash.
- Edward Norton as Sammy Bagel Jr., a Jewish Woody Allen-esque bagel.
- Salma Hayek as Teresa del Taco, a Mexican lesbian taco shell.
Production[change | change source]
The movie was given an NC-17 rating by the MPAA due to the visibility of pubic hair. The pubic hair was then removed. The movie got an R-rating for strong crude sexual content, explicit language and drug use.
Release[change | change source]
The movie was released in the United States on Friday, August 12, 2016.
Reception[change | change source]
Sausage Party took in $97.7 million in North America and $42.8 million in other countries. The total take-in was $140.4 million, against a budget of $19 million.
Critical response[change | change source]
The movie has an 82% rating by Rotten Tomatoes, meaning good reviews.
References[change | change source]
- Goldberg, Matt (May 6, 2014). "Writer Evan Goldberg and Executive Producer James Weaver Talk R-Rated Animated Film SAUSAGE PARTY; Pixar Movies Will Get "Ripped Apart"". Collider.com. Retrieved June 1, 2014. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
- Wintraub, Steve (May 7, 2014). "Seth Rogen Talks NEIGHBORS, Expanding Rose Byrne's Role, the R-Rated Animated Comedy SAUSAGE PARTY, THE INTERVIEW, PREACHER, and More". Collider.com. Retrieved May 8, 2014. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)