Milk Money is a 1994 romantic comedy film about three suburban 11-year-old boys who find themselves behind in "the battle of the sexes," believe they would regain the upper hand if they could just see a real, live naked lady. The film was shot in Pittsburgh, PA, Brooklyn, NY, Cincinnati and Lebanon, Ohio. The story is set in a fictitious suburb named "Middleton," outside an unnamed city. The city Middletown exists as a suburb of Cincinnati. The screenplay sold to Paramount Pictures (which once owned Kings Island in Cincinnati) in 1992 for 1.1 million dollars, then a record for a romantic comedy spec script.'. Future Boston Red Sox All Star first baseman Kevin Youkilis appears in the film as a 14-year-old extra, and even has a line in the film.