Director: Conrad Vernon, Greg Tiernan (2016) BBFC cert: 15
Supermarket foodstuffs come to life and take on a mind of their own in this saucy animated comedy.
The cheerfully offensive stoner humour is stuffed with racial and religious stereotypes indulging in an orgy of sex, booze and drugs. It’s an acquired taste and bound to offend many, but once it gets cooking on gas it offers some bite-sized satisfaction.
Each evening the products sing to celebrate the day they’ll be picked from the shelves and taken out to ‘the great beyond’ by the gods of the aisles, the customers.
However when a hot dog sausage and his bun discover their real purpose in life, they struggle to convince their friends of the truth.
They’re also being chased by the Douche, a feminine hygiene product who wants revenge for the thwarting of his plan to reach the afterlife.
Seth Rogen, Kristen Wiig, Jonah Hill, James Franco and Michael Cera provide the voices with Salma Hayek plays a tacos looking to spice up her life.
Defiantly and unapologetically rude from the off, this is an adult treat and definitely not one for the kids.