The films villain is even a pushy, rude, juiced-up douche. (No, really, its a feminine-hygiene product jacked-up on fruit juice). Much of the main cast of This Is the End is back for Sausage Party as well, with Rogen, Jonah Hill, Michael Cera, Craig Robinson, James Franco, Paul Rudd, David Krumholtz and Danny McBride all providing voices. New this time out are Kristen Wiig, Edward Norton, Salma Hayek, Nick Kroll, Anders Holm and Bill Hader. Wiig and Cera in particular give remarkably vivid voice performances, with Wiig as Franks girlfriend Brenda, an anxious bun hoping they will finally be together, and Cera as a misshapen sausage named Barry given a chance to be a hero.Hayek also has fun as a taco with lusty designs on Brendas soft curves, while one has to wonder how long Norton has wanted to do his extended Woody Allen impression as a bagel. The film sets itself up as an equal opportunity offender, or rather it plays with cartoonish stereotypes of ethnicity in a manner akin to those still found on some supermarket food labels. Caption What did you do on your summer vacation? Took photos, we bet. What will you submit for possible inclusion in our Sept. 18 issue?
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I see the physiological changes that happen in normal aging, in patients again and again and again over the last 20, 25 years. So I do know what happens to the body and the mind at the end of life. Yes, she actually said end of life while talking about her 79-year-old, war hero opponent (whose mother, by the way, is still around at the age of 104). Asked by a taken-aback Todd whether she feels comfortable diagnosing McCain without examining him as his personal doctor, Ward had an amazingly brazen response. Diagnosing him as an 80-year-old man, yes, I do, she said. A CNN/Opinion Research poll this week showed McCain leading Ward 55 percent to 29 percent in their primary. McCain also faced a primary challenger in 2010, in former congressman J.D. Hayworth. McCain easily dispatched Hayworth, 56-32, despite the regular questions about whether the 2008 GOP presidential nominee was conservative enough. get redirected hereThe same CNN poll showed McCain leading his Democratic opponent, Rep.
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