TL;DR – One will now and
always will cherish the yearly Doug Judy updates on Brooklyn Nine-Nine
Score – 4 out of 5 stars
This week we get the first major change of the season with a new opening titles
sequence, which you had to expect was coming after last week’s Four
Movements. However, as much as things change it is nice as we continue
throughout the season that it is time to return to some old friends, and also a
time to fight for what is yours.
So to set the scene, Jake (Andy Samberg) is working when Terry (Terry Crews) confronts
him with the news that Doug Judy (Craig Robinson) has been stealing cars again.
Aghast Jake backs up his buddy because he
knows that Doug has gone clean, though he has said that multiple times in the
past. To straighten this all out Terry gets in contact with Judy only to find
out that tragically he has passed away. So who could be stealing cars with Doug’s
MO when Doug is dead? As well as that, the rest of the gang arrive at their
local bar only to find it is filled with …. Gasp … Firefighters. Now from here,
we will be looking at the episode as a whole, so there will be some [SPOILERS] ahead.
TL;DR – Wow, this movie is all kind of messed up, but it is also really quite interesting at times, but the whole anti-Toy Story spin does start to wear thin after a while.
Score – 2.5 out of 5 stars
I think for the first time since Deadpool (Review) I need to open up this review with a clear advisory warning, this is not a movie for children, it is full of violence, sex, drugs, and language, please for the love of everything do not take your 5 year olds to it. As well as this, I am sure that Sausage Party will offend a lot of people, which should come to no surprise given Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s last film The Interview (Review) was so offensive to North Korea they went out of their way to stop it showing in theatres, but this is something to prepare yourself for, if you plan to go watch it.