Buying the Cow

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"Why buy the cow, when you can get the milk for free?"
  • R
  • 2001
  • 1 hr 28 min
  • 5.8  (7,255)

Buying the Cow is a romantic comedy from 2002 directed by Walt Becker. The main characters are David Collins, played by Jerry O'Connell, and Mike Hanson, played by Bill Bellamy. The movie also stars Bridgette Wilson-Sampras as Sarah, David's girlfriend. David and Sarah have been dating for five years, and David is hesitant to propose to her. However, his best friend Mike is getting married, and David feels the pressure to take the next step in his own relationship. At the same time, David is offered a job in New York City, which complicates things further for him. The movie follows David as he tries to come to terms with his feelings for Sarah and his fear of committing to her. He seeks advice from his friends, both male and female, and even a psychic, played by Alyssa Milano. Meanwhile, Mike's bachelor party takes a hilarious turn when they accidentally get high on peyote. Throughout the movie, David is haunted by his ex-girlfriend, who appears in his dreams and tries to convince him that Sarah is not the one for him. David must navigate his own fears and doubts while also dealing with the various obstacles that arise on his journey to finding love and commitment. Buying the Cow is a lighthearted comedy that explores the complexities of modern relationships. The film examines the pressure that men face to settle down and get married, as well as the fears and doubts that can hold them back. The movie also highlights the importance of friendship and the support that friends can provide during tough times. The performances in the movie are strong, with Jerry O'Connell and Bill Bellamy delivering comedic performances that are both relatable and entertaining. Bridgette Wilson-Sampras also shines in her role as Sarah, David's girlfriend, bringing warmth and depth to a character who could have been one-dimensional. The movie's pacing is solid, with enough twists and turns to keep the viewer engaged without feeling overwhelming. The movie also features several memorable scenes, including a hilarious trip to a psychic, a wild night out at a karaoke bar, and an emotional confrontation between David and Sarah. Overall, Buying the Cow is a fun and entertaining movie that delivers laughs while also exploring deeper themes of love and commitment. The film's relatable characters and engaging storyline make it a must-watch for anyone looking for a good romantic comedy.

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Buying the Cow is a romantic comedy from 2002 directed by Walt Becker. The main characters are David Collins, played by Jerry O'Connell, and Mike Hanson, played by Bill Bellamy. The movie also stars Bridgette Wilson-Sampras as Sarah, David's girlfriend. David and Sarah have been dating for five years, and David is hesitant to propose to her. However, his best friend Mike is getting married, and David feels the pressure to take the next step in his own relationship. At the same time, David is offered a job in New York City, which complicates things further for him.

The movie follows David as he tries to come to terms with his feelings for Sarah and his fear of committing to her. He seeks advice from his friends, both male and female, and even a psychic, played by Alyssa Milano. Meanwhile, Mike's bachelor party takes a hilarious turn when they accidentally get high on peyote.

Throughout the movie, David is haunted by his ex-girlfriend, who appears in his dreams and tries to convince him that Sarah is not the one for him. David must navigate his own fears and doubts while also dealing with the various obstacles that arise on his journey to finding love and commitment.

Buying the Cow is a lighthearted comedy that explores the complexities of modern relationships. The film examines the pressure that men face to settle down and get married, as well as the fears and doubts that can hold them back. The movie also highlights the importance of friendship and the support that friends can provide during tough times.

The performances in the movie are strong, with Jerry O'Connell and Bill Bellamy delivering comedic performances that are both relatable and entertaining. Bridgette Wilson-Sampras also shines in her role as Sarah, David's girlfriend, bringing warmth and depth to a character who could have been one-dimensional.

The movie's pacing is solid, with enough twists and turns to keep the viewer engaged without feeling overwhelming. The movie also features several memorable scenes, including a hilarious trip to a psychic, a wild night out at a karaoke bar, and an emotional confrontation between David and Sarah.

Overall, Buying the Cow is a fun and entertaining movie that delivers laughs while also exploring deeper themes of love and commitment. The film's relatable characters and engaging storyline make it a must-watch for anyone looking for a good romantic comedy.

  • Release Date
    2001
  • MPAA Rating
    R
  • Runtime
    1 hr 28 min
  • Language
    English
  • IMDB Rating
    5.8  (7,255)