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A silly, offensive movie.
Only the least demanding audiences can be expected to buy into Milk Money.
This pleasant, unassuming little comedy manages to overcome its many potential shortcomings.
It's pointless to blame the cast members, who at least are in there trying.
An embarrassing, preposterous mess.
[A] jaded attempt at warmhearted comedy.
Frank '90s comedy about boys befriending a prostitute.
What results is, at best, only a sparingly funny series of mistaken identities and some really distasteful hooker gags delivered by the shocked townsfolk.
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.
A work so rancid and alienating you can only suppose it was planned as a tax loss.
It's utterly preposterous but thoroughly enjoyable entertainment.
Ah, the charm, inquisitiveness and imagination of pre-pubescent adolescence, as seen by a Hollywood screenwriter.
A weak and silly romantic comedy with bad guys. A Pretty Woman that brings a bad script with boring couple.
You can't get enough of a good thing... But first you have to find it.
"Milk Money" is a comedy/drama about a group of boys who save up money so they can see a naked woman. They find V, a hooker who is short of money and trying to get away from the one she works for. She stays awhile in Frank's treehouse until she can get her car to working again. V (Melanie Griffith) begins to like Ed Harris after Frank tells her a lie about what his dad said about what she does for a living.
I recommend anyone to see "Milk Money." It has a few funny parts to it, but it's more of a drama movie. And it's a good one at that. It's a good story of how a struggling hooker and a normal, everyday man try to sort out their differences while a young boy tries to keep them together. NOTE: That was my Amazon review from the year 2000. I've watched this one several times and like it each and every one.
Milk Money starring Melanie Griffith and Ed Harris is a cute film about a widowed father with a young son. The two meet a wild woman whom brings a lot of fun to there lifes.....a welcomed change for one and all. I enjoyed the movie.
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