Milk Money
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Three young suburban lads pool together all their piggy bank money and strike off to the big city in hopes of seeing a real live naked lady in this romantic comedy. The boys were dissatisfied by their current sex-education and decide to take it upon themselves to learn the rest. Unfortunately their sojourn to the city was fraught with problems. They did find their lady, the gold-hearted hooker V, and they did get their peeky, but they also got their bikes stolen. Good-hearted V. rescues them and returns them home in her pimp's car. One of the boys, Frank has a lonely father. Just as she… More
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 8%

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"Only the least demanding audiences can be expected to buy into Milk Money."
‑ Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times
"An embarrassing, preposterous mess."
‑ Clifford Terry, Chicago Tribune
"What results is, at best, only a sparingly funny series of mistaken identities and some really distasteful hooker gags delivered by the shocked townsfolk."
‑ Ian Nathan, Empire Magazine
"It's utterly preposterous but thoroughly enjoyable entertainment."
‑ Joanna Berry, Radio Times
"There's no redeeming this movie, possibly the worst idea Hollywood has conceived in a decade."
‑ Gary Thompson, Philadelphia Daily News
"This pleasant, unassuming little comedy manages to overcome its many potential shortcomings."
‑ Jeff Shannon, Seattle Times
"[A] jaded attempt at warmhearted comedy."
‑ Steven Rea, Philadelphia Inquirer
"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."
‑ Dennis King, Tulsa World
"Ah, the charm, inquisitiveness and imagination of pre-pubescent adolescence, as seen by a Hollywood screenwriter."
‑ Roger Hurlburt, South Florida Sun-Sentinel
"This execrable film sinks ever lower as its dirty joke of a plot unfolds."
‑ , TV Guide's Movie Guide
"It's pointless to blame the cast members, who at least are in there trying."
‑ Jay Boyar, Orlando Sentinel
"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."
‑ Jonathan Rosenbaum, Chicago Reader
"A work so rancid and alienating you can only suppose it was planned as a tax loss."
‑ Stephen Hunter, Baltimore Sun
"A strong cast... makes this picture look attractive, but it's hard to find what else might be appealing about this story of a prostitute and suburban widower."
‑ Judy Nichols, Christian Science Monitor
"Harris and Griffith are great...Lots of fun"
‑ Clint Morris, Moviehole
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