The products at Shopwell's Grocery Store are made to believe a code that helps them live happy lives until it's time for them to leave the comfort of the supermarket and head for the great beyond. However, after a botched trip to the great beyond leaves one sausage named Frank and his companion Bun stranded, Frank goes to great lengths (pun intended) to return to his package and make another trip to the great beyond. But as Frank's journey takes him from one end of the supermarket to the other, Frank's quest to discover the truth about his existence as a sausage turns incredibly dark. Can he expose the truth to the rest of the supermarket and get his fellow products to rebel against their human masters?
|nudity||At the end of the film there is one gigantic food orgy. Every food in the whole grocery store are doing sexual acts ranging from intercourse to oral. Not overly graphic, as they are foods, but it's about three minutes of lots of foods moaning and taking part in sexual acts. Near the end, one of the quick cuts appears to be the anus of Lavash in close up view. A douche controls a man's actions by pulling his scrotum. When he grasps a hot dog sausage from the man's zipper, it appears like a penis in another angle with the douche's forearms resembling veiny testicles. During the orgy, a bagel stretches Lavash's scrotum over of his face. Throughout the film, we see a "douche" (a female hygiene product) trying to get to a woman, when he looses his fluid, he sucks the juice out of a male juice box, but he does it in a way that displays oral sex and mentions the hole as his genitalia. Played for laughs. In one comedic scene, we see a used condom on the street talking to one of the sausage's telling him what happened to him, while it is played for laughs some people may be grossed out by this scene. A talking, almost-empty roll of toilet paper tells other foods not to know what happened to him, implying he was constantly wiped with feces. A douche uses his nozzle to shove up a man's buttocks instead of a woman's as he says "A hole's a hole". There's a lesbian taco who falls in love with Brenda. Lots of sexual dialogue, references and puns.|
|violence||There are sequences that show people cooking, from the food's perspective. Which involves mutilation and severing of many foods. It is very comical and not graphic at all. Early on, a parody of the opening of "Saving Private Ryan" is shown when a cart of food is knocked out to the ground. We see food getting mutilated, killed and running for their lives. The finale shows another "Saving Private Ryan" scene, where food starts attacking people. It is very cartoony and contains little blood and gore. In the orgy, we see shot of a sausage getting choked and another one with a lavash getting punched in the stomach.|
|profanity||Takes advantage of the R rating well with the profanity. 150 uses of "Fuck", 50 uses of "Shit", 9 uses of "Asshole", 5 uses of "Ass", 3 uses of "Cunt" and "God Damn", 2 uses of "Pussy" and 1 use of "Damn" and "Hell".|
|alcohol||There are foods that are clearly representing potheads, as well as a scene of Frank smoking. A man shoots himself with bath salts, and goes on a "trip".|
|frightening||Nothing too frightening, other than people cooking the food as we see from the food's perspective, a young viewer may be frightened of this, but it is done in a way that is not scary but more comical.|