Sausage Party discomforts certain people because it often does go too far and offend certain audiences. Yet we should not shove it aside, but rather embrace it. I'm not saying that acting disrespectfully to others is okay, but rather that art should have liberties in their creation so long as they do not endorse harm onto others. Stereotypes are used for comedic relief in the film, not to promote violence or hate. The film tries very hard to offend as many different ethnicities and religions as it can, which is a skillful approach for the writers. This way, everyone can laugh with and at each other. For a brief hour-and-a-half, we watch a mesh of insults that are more playful than they are harmful. We should be proud to be able to see such a film, rather than distraught by its immaturity!
What do you think?
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