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Milk Money (1994)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Romance | 31 August 1994 (USA)
A group of young boys befriend a prostitute named, V.

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V
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Dad
Michael Patrick Carter ...
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Waltzer
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Betty
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Jerry the Pope
Brian Christopher ...
Kevin
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Kevin Scannell ...
Mr. Clean
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Amanda Sharkey ...
Holly
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Mrs. Fetch
Katie Powell ...
Mrs. Clean (as Kati Powell)
Tom Coop ...
Holly's Brother
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Young Frank and his pals get an idea for the ultimate in excitement. They decide to pool their savings, bicycle to the nearby Big City, and hire some woman of the streets to strip for them. Things do not work out that simply, but they do meet V, a Hooker With A Heart Of Gold, who ends up giving them a ride home. 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. Written by Reid Gagle

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You can't get enough of a good thing... But first you have to find it.

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Comedy | Romance

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Rated PG-13 for sexual themes and situations involving adolescents | See all certifications »

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31 August 1994 (USA)  »

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Dugipénz  »

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$18,137,661
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One extra in this film is 14-year-old Kevin Youkilis, future first-baseman and two-time World Series champion for the Boston Red Sox. See more »

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The dance is advertised as a "sock hop," which requires participants to remove their shoes before walking on the basketball court and dancing in their socks. Most, if not all, were wearing shoes. See more »

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Frank Wheeler: Which brings us to... intercourse! Can I have a volunteer?
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Referenced in Nostalgia Critic: Moulin Rouge (2011) See more »

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Over The Mountain, Across The Sea
by Rex Garvin
Performed by Johnnie & Joe
Courtesy of Regent Music Corp.
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some things we milk for all that they're worth
5 September 2006 | by See all my reviews

I saw "Milk Money" when I was eleven; much of what happens in the movie is the sort of stuff that would make any eleven-year-old boy think "Whoa...cool!" Looking back on it, I still think that it was pretty funny, but was it the most mature movie? No, and it doesn't pretend to be. I read somewhere that this movie was sexist; I wouldn't know one way or the other. All that I interpreted was that the movie was a nice, horny excuse to have fun. Richard Benjamin has proved himself to be quite capable as a director, and this adds to that.

I know, the prostitute-with-a-heart-of-gold context is a cliché, but this is a comedy, so it passes. And believe you me, this V (Melanie Griffith) is definitely a V for vendetta! Also starring Ed Harris, Malcolm McDowell, Casey Siemaszko, and a very young Anne Heche. Really entertaining, especially the report on the female reproductive system.


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