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Desc:Sausage Party was bad and also traces a direct lineage from John K
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Crime
Tags:hot dog, John K, bun, sausage party, The Ripping Friends
Submitted:January von Rodeo
Date:03/14/17
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The important thing was slow motion, which was the style at the time
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cognitivedissonance
I should send him my Darkwing Duck fanart and see if he explodes.

Nominal
What the fuck is wrong with me? I've been watching episodes of that terrible Undergrads series posted here a couple days ago.

It's actually worse than sausage party. There's just something so mesmerizing about it though. How surreal the laziness is with references containing less effort than Family Guy. How it manages to get every single situation and setting completely wrong (the main characters' social clique, college life, a typical RA, using joysticks for 2002 PC games, modern movies printed on flammable film). It's like watching a 50 year old man trying to make his own Ctr+Alt+Del and somehow getting a budget for it which I can't stop watching.

Please god help me.
badideasinaction
All I can associate that with is 3AM hangouts with friends when that was the only thing on for background noise back when it came out. I don't remember liking it really, it was just always on when nothing else was, which I guess was something.

infinite zest
What was the name of that also-horrible LGBT cartoon? It was kinda like that. The dialogue was about as "with it" as the NYC apartment from Friends was real.

infinite zest
Nominal have you ever seen a show that you'd liken to your own education? I have no excuse: I swam varsity, went to the same university that Back to School was filmed at, so I should have at least SEEN people who are like those people, but nope. I know they're exaggerations and life imitates art imitates life and blah blah but I've never seen a school-centric show where either I identify personally or somebody at school who's anything like "that guy.."

and anyway I get that sensation of living out the show all the time at work, home, etc. but never school! Undergrads was killer though, and I'll admit that he's why I downloaded and enjoyed 40 Year Old Virgin, and his cameo on Eastbound and Down is great, almost as good as Will Farrell's on Last Man on Earth. But I dunno now I fucking hate him and James Franco

infinite zest
I mean Undeclared was killer. I'm pretty sure it aired on Comedy Central, which is not only home to the shittiest animation in the united states, but also home to the shittiest animation in canadaland!

Gmork
5 because I hate anything John K does by himself
dairyqueenlatifah
I can't make myself watch Sausage Party but everyone I encounter who watched it in a theater seems to think it's great.
Gmork
I started it but turned it off about 20 minutes in.

infinite zest
I think if you liked The World's End then you'll like Sausage Party, and a lot of my friends whose opinions I respect liked it. But I maybe made it 20 minutes into World's End myself before I realized it was a mega-sausage fe-- oh I see what they did there. But self-aware or not I hate it. But I love Bob Saget so naturally I liked Flight of the Penguin, and nobody should see that movie

infinite zest
oh wait World's End was the good one!

Born in the RSR
We watched it on the movie-group 2 weeks ago, it was universally hated.

Whatever jokes worked, and there were more than enough, were just driven into ground and dragged on for minutes.

It's like 30 minutes of ok-ish family guy style humor and 60 minutes of violent nudge-nudge, wink-wink.

Spit Spingola
I watched this when it aired as a kids cartoon and it had the awkward fade to black on their obscene hug. Glad they included it afterwards.

Also, Seth Rogan saw this and thought John K. missed the mark because his female hotdog bun doesn't have tits.
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