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Sausage Party is a 2016 adult computer-animated black comedy film directed by Conrad Vernon and Greg Tiernan and written by Kyle Hunter, Ariel Shaffir, Seth Rogen, and Evan Goldberg from a story by Rogen, Goldberg, and Jonah Hill. The film follows an anthropomorphic sausage who lives in a supermarket and discovers the truth about what happens when groceries are purchased. He goes on a journey with his friends to escape their fate while also facing a lunatic and malicious douche who wants to kill him.
Unbeknownst to humans, a supermarket called Shopwell's is filled with anthropomorphic grocery items that believe that the human shoppers are gods who take purchased groceries to a utopia known as the "Great Beyond". Among the store's groceries is a sausage named Frank, who dreams of living in the Great Beyond with his hot dog bun girlfriend Brenda and his friends Carl and Barry.
Frank and Brenda, the two main characters of the film, made guest appearances in the mobile fighting game Sausage Legend, released by Milkcorp for iOS and Android, as part of a limited special event that ran from March 6 through July 31, 2017. As this game involves dueling with sausages, players in this game can unlock and control Brenda, who swings Frank around to battle other sausages.
A lot of things were shuffled around, altered, or removed altogether between the original script and the finished movie, including the following * instead of opening with Frank and the other sausages preparing to sing the film's theme song, the story begins with a corncob and a mushroom arguing over who will be chosen by the gods. Furthermore, the lyrics for the "Great Beyond" in the original script are very different than the ones in the finished version. * Barry was apparently supposed to be the main character of the story instead of Frank, in the original script there was a mural with a picture of Barry on it and it said he's supposed to be the chosen one. * The food massacre happens much earlier in the original script. *The song "The End" by The Doors was supposed to play during the scene where Honey Mustard commits suicide * There was a scene where Douche is fighting off a group of rats when he encounters a piece of cheese stuck in a mousetrap taking advantage of this, he sacrifices the cheese to the rats and becomes their leader in the process. * the orgy scene happens before the climax in the original script, and it was supposedly much longer and more graphic than in the finished movie. Also it was mostly restricted to the main gang instead of the entire store. * instead of ending with the foods going through the portal that Gum built into the real world to take on their real creators, the original script concludes with the foods leaving the store after the climatic battle as they set out into the outside world ending the story with a Fade to White. *Darren wasn't going to be controlled by Douche during the film's climax this was probably added into to coincide with an earlier film Paul Rudd was in. *Vash was intended to die near the end of the film in a heroic sacrifice due to the fact that he had reached his expiration date. However this was changed so that he instead becomes the boyfriend of Sammy Bagel Jr. this was most likely due to the fact that expiration isn't shown to be fatal in itself to foods and they only die when Darren throws them out.
The Green Band trailer removes most of the profanity from the Red Band trailer. For instance, Carl's line is redubbed with him saying "They're eating children! THEY'RE JUST CHILDREN!" Additionally, the toilet paper's line of him saying "You don't want to fucking know" is redubbed with him saying "You don't want to freaking know." Brenda, attacking the human woman in the trailer, had her "Stay away from my sausage, you skank" line redubbed with her saying "psycho" instead of "skank". Nearly a minute's worth of film has been cut out for its Latin American release. The food orgy in particular suffered the most edits, with some of the more questionable moments removed from it. Time will tell whether these edits will be carried over to the home video release in that region.
In SAUSAGE PARTY, Frank (voiced by Seth Rogen) is a supermarket sausage who looks forward to the day that he and his package pals will be chosen by the gods (i.e. humans) and taken to the Great Beyond, alongside his bun girlfriend, Brenda (Kristen Wiig). Unfortunately, a jar of honey mustard is returned to the store with tales of what really happens on the outside. In the ensuing chaos, Frank, Brenda, a bagel named Sammy (Edward Norton) and a lavash (David Krumholtz) are left stranded across the store. Making their way back to their own shelves, Frank makes a startling discovery: The honey mustard was right. Can the food friends stand up to the god-like giants who wish them harm?
Oh, and did I mention there is a love story? Yes, Frank and Brenda (Kristen Wiig; Bridesmaids) are a sausage and bun made for each other, but struggling not to give into temptation. However, when Frank tries to discover the truth about the great beyond, Brenda is not on his side and friction occurs. Ultimately, Brenda finds out Frank is right, he saves her life and then the real "friction" begins.
Plot Synopsis: (via Wikipedia)The film, a parody of Disney and Pixar animated films, follows a sausage who tries to discover the truth about his existence and goes on a journey with his friends to escape their fate.
Life is good for all the food items that occupy the shelves at the local supermarket. Frank (Seth Rogen) the sausage, Brenda (Kristen Wiig) the hot dog bun, Teresa Taco (Salma Hayek) and Sammy Bagel Jr. (Edward Norton) can't wait to go home with a happy customer. Soon, their world comes crashing down as poor Frank learns the horrifying truth that he will eventually become a meal. After warning his pals about their similar fate, the panicked perishables devise a plan to escape from their human enemies.
The film is littered with big name comedy voices. Nick Kroll essentially plays his Bobby Bottleservice character (which is great). Kristen Wiig plays a chaste hot dog bun, which is rather one-note. Edward Norton does a pretty good Woody Allen impression as a bagel. And Seth Rogen, as per usual, basically plays himself; only, of course, he is a sausage. The voice acting across the board is all good, although picking out the obvious actors behind the voices can easily take you out of the experience.
Add a sub-plot involving two more sausages (Cera and Hill) who find themselves chosen for the promised land but quickly discover that the food paradise they expected is actually a kitchen-based massacre of biblical proportions.
Place the sausage, bun, bagel and lavash in one plot-shaped bowl, add a lesbian taco shell (Hayek) and bring them to a boil with the introduction of an evil douche (literally) who wants to kill them all.
Sausage Party, the first R-rated CG animated movie, is about one sausage leading a group of supermarket products on a quest to discover the truth about their existence and what really happens when they become chosen to leave the grocery store.
Sausage Party is a 2016 adult computer-animated comedy film directed by Conrad Vernon and Greg Tiernan and written by Kyle Hunter, Ariel Shaffir, Seth Rogen, and Evan Goldberg from a story by Rogen, Goldberg, and Jonah Hill. A parody of Disney and Pixar films, the film follows an anthropomorphic sausage who lives in a supermarket and discovers the truth about his existence. He goes on a journey with his friends to escape their fate while also facing a psychopathic douche who wants to kill him. The film's animation was handled by Canada-based Nitrogen Studios.
In a supermarket called Shopwell's, it is filled with anthropomorphic grocery items and the human shoppers are worshipped as gods who take groceries to the "Great Beyond" when they are purchased. Among the groceries in the store is a sausage named Frank, who has dreams of living with his hot dog bun girlfriend, Brenda, in the Great Beyond, where they can finally consummate their relationship. Frank lives in a package and looks forward to life in the Great Beyond.
Meanwhile, the rest of the purchased groceries are horrified to watch foods being cooked and eaten. A deformed sausage named Barry escapes and stumbles across a human drug addict, who becomes able to communicate with his groceries after he injects himself with bath salts. After sobering up, the drug addict attempts to toss Barry into a pot of boiling water but misses, leading to an accident that results in his decapitation.
Animated comedy featuring the voices of Seth Rogen and Kristen Wiig. In a busy supermarket, sausage Frank dreams of one day making it to the Great Beyond, outside the supermarket walls, and living out his days with his hot-dog-bun girlfriend Brenda. But then a jar of honey mustard returns from the Great Beyond with a warning. 041b061a72