|Posted by Anna H. on August 14, 2016 at 8:45 AM|
How's it going my gumdrops? Hopefully, everyone has been enjoying their weekend. So far, mine has sucked. Do you remember last Thursday, when I mentioned that I have a DVR?
Yesterday morning, it died and I was unable to watch any cable/satellite channels. This included being UNABLE to watch MTV Classic for music videos and animation, along with Adult Swim for Naruto Shippuden for the time being (There are only 2 more months, until Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: Phantom Blood premieres).
It will take 3 MORE DAYS, until my DVR is replaced.
Aside from my DVR dying, you may also recall that I recently updated my blog review about Christmas Slashers, last month. Let's revisit the topic of Christmas Slashers. A friend from Adult Swim and I were discussing Silent Night, Deadly Night.
Last month, I informed him about what my family told me about Silent Night, Deadly Night. Supposedly in 1984, there were IRRESPONSIBLE parents in my hometown, who took their children to go watch this Christmas Slasher. Then, they were outraged by Silent Night, Deadly Night and blamed the filmmaker for creating the movie.
Considering that the billboards and commercials heavily advertised a serial killer dressed in a Santa Claus costume and was holding a bloody ax, those should've been dead give aways.
After explaining to my Adult Swim friend what my family told me about this Christmas Slasher controversy from 1984, he said that those parents would be the same parents to take their children to go see Sausage Party.
Shortly after, he sent me a YouTube link of the Sausage Party trailer. This was DAYS before the movie started being advertised on TV.
Have I gone to the theater to see Sausage Party?
No, I have not. As I have mentioned in the past, I began boycotting movie theaters 10-11 years ago. It's a waste of money paying for a movie ticket, then having to sit through 10 minutes of politically oppressive PSA's just to watch a movie.
In addition, I'm not taking the risk of being shot by a sociopath, while trying to enjoy a movie. This is not including wannabe "political activists" disrupting the movie with their protesting, vandalism, and arson. (Even though I live in the burbs, the hood has been moving uptown.)
As I was saying earlier, only judging by the physical appearance of Sausage Party, the characters look cutesy and Disneyfied. After listening to the dialogue, people should realize, that this movie is NOT meant for children.
The movie title alone is sexually suggestive. However, there are those naive people with ZERO understanding of the meaning "sausage party." The meaning of sausage party is very ambiguous.
Generally speaking in the more perverted sense, a sausage party is when there are mostly men at a social event like a party for example, that outnumber the existence of women.
Earlier, I hunted around the Internet for a synopsis of the movie, Sausage Party. This darkly humored and raunchy film is supposedly a spoof of animated films created by Disney, Pixar, and DreamWorks. Sausage Party is essentially about a sausage on his journey to discover the truth of his existence.
On Friday, I saw some of the cast members from Sausage Party on Entertainment Tonight (ET). Seth Rogen and James Franco joked about how parents should take their children to go see their movie.
Meanwhile, Selma Hayek highly discouraged parents from taking their children to go see Sausage Party. Even she refused to allow her daughter to watch it in the theater (Although, I believe this is partly because she is featured in the film). Now, that's what I call responsible parenting.
I'm sure a few friends are rolling their eyes and wondering, "Since when did you become a parent?" I do NOT have to be a mother, in order to know how to be a responsible adult, much less PERSON.
Having common sense, self-restraint, maturity, and some morals are major components to being responsible.
Parents, I highly discourage you from taking your underage children to go see Sausage Party. They can watch this movie after they turn 17. It may seem cute and innocent but, it was intentionally meant for ADULTS. No, I am NOT by any means trying to demonize Sausage Party.
All I am saying is that it is a raunchy film meant for adults only. If you don't believe me, you are free to preview the Parental Guide. With that being said, here is the trailer for the movie Sausage Party.
Sausage Party Trailer #2 (2016)
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