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Monday, October 29, 2012

Mad Money (Hot Money) by Callie Khouri, 2008 (PG-13)

with Diane Keaton (Marvin's Room, Morning Glory), Queen Latifah (Chicago), Katie Holmes, Ted Danson, Roger R. Cross, Adam Rothenberg, Stephen Root, Christopher McDonald, Meagen Fay, J.C. MacKenzie, Finesse Mitchell

When her husband loses his high-paying job, well-off Bridget Cardigan joins the janitorial staff of the Federal Reserve Bank and conspires with two of her fellow employees to pilfer old money that's scheduled to be destroyed.

Have you ever dreamed to get rich, whatever illegal way this is, and get away with it? This movie makes it happen, and in a way, it is refreshing, even if everything is ridicule, forced, out of place. If you don't want to think too much, get some dynamic dialogues, fast laugh, please watch it. I found Diane Keaton to be really Diane Keaton's usual characters, same goes to Queen Latifah, thank god I actually like them, if not I would say the acting is predictable. Katie Holmes surprised me, but perhaps it is because lately, the only pictures I saw were from the newspapers close to the cashier of KeyFood where she looks like she lost a family member. Anyway, not complicated to completely dumb but made me laugh.

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