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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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Radio Times
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May 22, 2013

It's utterly preposterous but thoroughly enjoyable entertainment.
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Empire Magazine
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July 16, 2014

What results is, at best, only a sparingly funny series of mistaken identities and some really distasteful hooker gags delivered by the shocked townsfolk.
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Orlando Sentinel
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May 22, 2013

It's pointless to blame the cast members, who at least are in there trying.
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South Florida Sun-Sentinel
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May 22, 2013

Ah, the charm, inquisitiveness and imagination of pre-pubescent adolescence, as seen by a Hollywood screenwriter.
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Chicago Tribune
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May 22, 2013

An embarrassing, preposterous mess.
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Common Sense Media
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September 13, 2016

Frank '90s comedy about boys befriending a prostitute.
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Los Angeles Times
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May 22, 2013

Only the least demanding audiences can be expected to buy into Milk Money.
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Tulsa World
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July 16, 2014

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.
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Philadelphia Inquirer
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May 22, 2013

[A] jaded attempt at warmhearted comedy.
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Baltimore Sun
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May 22, 2013

A work so rancid and alienating you can only suppose it was planned as a tax loss.
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Seattle Times
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May 22, 2013

This pleasant, unassuming little comedy manages to overcome its many potential shortcomings.
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Chicago Reader
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August 03, 2009

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.
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