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Stars: Voices: Seth Rogen, Kristen Wiig, Jonah Hill, Bill Hader, Michael Cera, James Franco, Danny McBride, Craig Robinson, Paul Rudd, Nick Kroll, David Krumholtz, Edward Norton, Salma Hayek
Director: Conrad Vernon, Greg Tiernan
Given that the story is by Rogen, Adam Goldberg and Jonah Hill, it should come as little surprise that the animated adventures of a riotous supermarket products contains enough references to sex and so many F words that even Channel 4 might blush and definitely earns the film its 15 certificate.
While vegetarians and vegans might be put off by the titles, there’s considerable lewd and crude entertainment to be derived from the strictly-for-adults-only extravaganza about the unlikely lives and even stranger aspirations of a bunch of anthropomorphized goods living on supermarket shelves and believing eternal happiness will be theirs when they are bought and taken to “heaven” by customers.
Their aspirant heaven turn hellish when star sausage Frank (no relation!) leans about the real fates that await them, stating “I'm Frank and I am a sausage... a little sausage with some pretty big news... Everything we've been led to relieve is a lie!
Vocal casting is first rate with Rogen and Goldberg making the most of their dialogue and Edward Norton deserving praise for his daffy Woody Allen sound-alike bagel bonding with a Middle Eastern flatbread.
USA 2016. UK Distributor: Sony. Colour.
85 minutes. Widescreen. UK certificate: 15.
Guidance ratings (out of 3): Sex/nudity 2, Violence/Horror 2, Drugs 2, Swearing 3.
Review date: 24 Dec 2016