YMMV / Milk Money

  • Alternate Character Interpretation: V is a pedophile. Why would anyone be so willing to show a bunch of minors her boobs?
    • Could be an example of Truth in Television in two ways. 1.) Prostitutes would do anything for money. 2.) The more squicky example, prostitutes start off as kids, and seeing McDowell's age in comparison to V, she was probably a kid herself when she started.
    • She flat-out states why she does it: if she comes back without money, her pimp is going to beat her up. Still Truth in Television.
  • Audience-Alienating Premise: It's a family comedy about three 11-year-old boys who want to see a naked prostitute!
  • Bile Fascination: You'll be left pondering how such a premise tried to pass itself off as a family-friendly comedy.
  • Designated Hero: Neither the three boys or V herself are that likable.
  • Glurge:
    V: There is a place you can touch on a woman that will make her go crazy.
    Frank: Where?
    V: Her heart.
  • Idiot Plot: Amazingly enough, the script sold for over $1 million (which was, at the time, a record for a first-time screenwriter).
  • Les Yay: The girls are a little too into Frank's class presentation.
  • Memetic Mutation: "I'm going to the So'op."
  • Squick: For some, the whole premise of the film.
  • Took the Bad Film Seriously: Malcolm MacDowell acts pretty seriously in comparison to everyone else.
  • What Do You Mean, It's Not for Kids?: Was possibly supposed to be made as a "romantic comedy". That doesn't quite work when your protagonists are actually three 11-year-old boys!note