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Milk Money

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Young Frank Wheeler and two other young boys pool their money and pay V, a kindhearted prostitute, to strip for them Soon she is living in Frank's treehouse, unbeknownst to Frank's widowed father Tom, who thinks she is one of Frank's teachers. Soon, however, the evil Waltzer comes looking for V.
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Baltimore Sun
A work so rancid and alienating you can only suppose it was planned as a tax loss.
May 22, 2013
Common Sense Media
Frank '90s comedy about boys befriending a prostitute.
September 13, 2016
Chicago Reader
John Mattson's script is every bit as silly as it sounds; it dawdles, stumbles, stalls, embarrasses both itself and the audience, and is routinely formulaic to boot.
August 03, 2009
Tulsa World
The latest film from director Richard Benjamin is a sour little attempt at heartwarming comedy that blithely relies on that most questionable and discomforting film convention -- the prostitute with a heart of gold.
July 16, 2014
Empire Magazine
What results is, at best, only a sparingly funny series of mistaken identities and some really distasteful hooker gags delivered by the shocked townsfolk.
July 16, 2014
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Ah, the charm, inquisitiveness and imagination of pre-pubescent adolescence, as seen by a Hollywood screenwriter.
May 22, 2013
Philadelphia Inquirer
[A] jaded attempt at warmhearted comedy.
May 22, 2013
Los Angeles Times
Only the least demanding audiences can be expected to buy into Milk Money.
May 22, 2013
Orlando Sentinel
It's pointless to blame the cast members, who at least are in there trying.
May 22, 2013
Chicago Tribune
An embarrassing, preposterous mess.
May 22, 2013