The Reel Bits: It is amazing SAUSAGE PARTY made it to cinemas. The history of animation is filled with daring attempts to change people’s perceptions of what cartoons can be. Prior to the 1937 release of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, the first full-length cel animated feature film, it was referred to as “Disney’s Folly” by the media. Yet its success led to a legacy of animation that stands today, inspiring the likes of Pixar and DreamWorks to challenge the Mouse’s mantle. While this adults-only feature may frequently tip the hat to those classics and help change perceptions about what US animation can be, its ambitions are far baser than that. The result is something that might pay tribute to all those classics, but falls short of pulling anything more than a single-joke narrative together.