**DISCLAIMER: Some of the items discussed about this movie may not be suitable for younger readers.**
The adult-animated film starring Seth Rogen shook the box office this weekend with an opening weekend gross of $33.6 million.
The film is based on grocery items of a store where they are told about “the great beyond,” which then causes a meltdown after one of the grocery items returns back to the shelves. And let’s not forget that Rogen created this film, so it is not without sex, drugs, racism, vulgar language, and extremely weird moments.
I’m going to be honest here: it was pretty funny, and some parts I questioned what Rogen was on when he created some of the scenes. Just a head’s up, you will see some pretty messed up stuff.
The patrons that watched the film before we entered the theater stated that it was “time in their lives that they would not get back.” That really had me as a movie-goer concerned that it was going to suck and the only good parts of the film were what made the trailer. I was wrong. I’d also like to add, that the employees of the theater we went to requested that those seeing the movie show their tickets AND identification that they were the age of 21 or over.
Makes the movie sound like it means business, right? YES. DO NOT TAKE YOUR CHILDREN TO SEE THIS FILM. I cannot stress that enough!
In a nutshell, I liked it. It was a very humorous movie. Weird moments, but good.
Have any of my readers seen the film, or just refuse to watch it in general? What did you guys think of it?