Sausage Party (2016)
With a worldwide box office haul of over $140 million, this gross-out food pun epic made history by becoming the highest grossing R-rated animated film of all time. (Suck it, Waking Life.) Unsurprisingly, star and co-writer Seth Rogen's movie racked up those impressive numbers by sticking closely to the Pixar playbook, flipping the central concept of Toy Story into a filthy culinary bonanza. Instead of Buzz and Woody, we follow the plight of titular sausage Frank (Rogen) as he attempts to woo hot dog bun Brenda (Kristen Wiig) and lead a revolt on behalf of his fellow supermarket products. Though the film gets incredibly dirty -- the climactic orgy scene can't be unseen -- the story has a wholesome heart and a humanistic message. Like the family-friendly films on this list, it uses animation to enrich the imagination, tickle the funny bone, and enhance the mind. There's just more dick jokes here. So many more.