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Buying the Cow
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Considerable screen time with male protagonist wearing no clothes. Everything is shown except actual unit/package; one scene in particular he is shown full frontal but has tucked his genitalia between his legs--pubic hair is visible. Another has him trying to get out of a bad situation, he thinks, by going out of a third-floor bathroom window with no clothes on, by using a bedsheet and winds up dangling there for a few seconds outside the window of an older Hispanic lady washing dishes on the second floor. A young boy witnesses this.

Female cleavage (both breast and buttocks) and toplessness (no areolas; covered by hair)

A little dog humps a unconscious male German Shepard, people watch comment on how fast the little dog is thrusting and how he's gay.

A man implies he has sex with a dog (a Great Dane).

Mild; mostly slapstick

A few F-bombs and other profanities..

Protagonists drink beers at bars throughout; alcohol at the wedding scene


MPAA:
Rated R for sexual content, nudity and language

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