Are you an anthropomorphic hot dog who deeply regrets missing a certain feature film about another anthropomorphic hot dog? Are you bummed you didn't catch it while it was still in theaters? Do you feel like a traitor to your fellow anthropomorphic hot dogs? First of all, stop kicking yourself; being a wiener is tough. Actually schlepping over to a movie house, purchasing a ticket, and hoisting yourself into a seat is much easier said than done when you are a hot dog. Secondly, dear anthropomorphic hot dog, you can now stream the performance that earned Seth Rogen an MTV Movie & TV Awards nom. (Well, assuming you've signed up for a certain streaming service, that is.) Yes, Sausage Party is indeed on Netflix. And yes, dear anthropomorphic hot dog, you can watch it in the comfort of your own home. Hot diggity dog.
Not an anthropomorphic hot dog? No problem. You too can fire up the award-nominated Sausage Party on Netflix before this Sunday’s MTV Movie & TV Awards happen. Or after the MTV Movie & TV Awards. Whatever root beer floats your gravy boat.
The 2016 film about a bunch of grocery store products who want to learn the meaning of life was added to the Netflix library in February. If you are looking for something to throw on for a family movie night, you may want to keep the following in mind: As the trailers, posters, reviews, title, and R rating make very clear, the CG-animated Sausage Party is not for kids. At all. It is intended for adults. Adult humans and adult humanlike supermarket goods. So, uh, maybe save it for another night?
I may never look at baby carrots the same way.