Last year, we first learned of "Butter," the movie about, well, competitive butter sculpting. Starring Jennifer Garner, alongside an all-star cast that includes Olivia Wilde, Hugh Jackman, Alicia Silverstone, Rob Corddry, Kristen Schaal and Ty Burrell, "Butter" takes us to small-town Iowa for a butter carving battle between an adopted girl and local woman.
When it comes to a movie devoted to butter, all bets are off. That means the drama extends far beyond the butter carving competition. When a stripper is one of the main characters, you know that problems run much deeper than dairy.
Here's the trailer:
Have any rabbis ruled on whether or not it's kosher to sculpt a cow using its mother's milk?
"The Last Supper"
It would be your last supper too, if you tried to eat the whole sculpture.
Butter Bust Of Katie Miron, Minnesota's 2010 Dairy Queen
Butter captures a lady's creamy complexion so much more realistically than marble does.
Astronaut In Space Station
It's unclear whether or not this 2011 sculpture is made of freeze-dried "astronaut butter."
Cow Jumping Over The Moon
There won't be a more magical butter sculpture until pigs fly.
There's a certain Rodinesque influence at play here.
Is the cow in the road an allegory for the way agriculture long hindered the progress of American education? Butter sculpture can be so conceptual.
It must cost a fortune to get fire insurance on a house made of 70% butterfat.
Tree On Hill
Imagine sledding down butter instead of snow! Crashing would be DELICIOUS rather than painful.