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All of which suggests, with “Sausage Party” following “This Is the End” (which he also co-wrote with Goldberg), that Seth Rogen may be the most subversively sincere religious allegorist working in movies today.
Better still, he can be pretty damn funny while spiking freewheeling zaniness with food for thought.
(Color); editors, Kevin Pavlovic; music, Alan Menken; art director, Kyle Mc Queen; sound, Tony Crowe; casting, Michael Donovan, Francine Maisler.
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He escapes from the genre’s conundrums by escaping from its seriality.
The show is eight essentially free-standing short films, all between twenty-six minutes and a half-hour in length, and several of which are connected tangentially (as with a lead character in one having a supporting part in another).
For those of you who have ever envisioned Seth Rogen reconstituted as an anthropomorphic processed meat product — and you know who you are — “Sausage Party” may be savored as, if not a dream come true, then a drug-fueled hallucination without the potentially harmful side effects.
A madcap crazy salad of industrial-strength raunch, Tex Avery-level visual inventiveness and, no kidding, seriocomic religious allegory, this computer-animated comedy about the secret lives of supermarket merchandise had its premiere as a “work-in-progress” at the SXSW Film Festival prior to a scheduled Aug. Rough edges are glaringly apparent in the film’s current, not-quite-complete state — indeed, a handful of scenes remain represented only by hand-drawings — but it’s already obvious that Sony could have a mid-sized late-summer hit on its hands.
For that matter, when a movie is great, who doesn’t stop it to savor the experience and make it last longer?