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    There is a saying that there is no such thing as Bad Publicity. The speakers must be agents and advertisers who have nothing but a monetary stake in whatever is getting the publicity good or bad. This week Diane Keaton brought bad publicity and more bad publicity to her new movie Mad Money. Diane dropped the F-bomb on Good Morning American by saying, (If she had lips like Diane Sawyers,) "then I wouldnt have worked on my fucking personality!" For those of you at home keeping score, that was Lips ONE, personality: NULL. Her apology on Larry King essentially had her saying she was not living in reality.


    The premise of Mad money is that Keatons character finds all her extensive wealth being repossessed. That is pretty low on the sympathy scale. Next she gets a job at the Federal Reserve bank on the cleaning crew. She and her fruitcake buddies (Queen Latifah, and Katie Holmes) concoct a scheme whereby they steal old money, Federal Reserve notes, about to be shredded. Nice idea, but in fact that process is the highest of security in an office building already running on high security. Full disclosure, I worked at several Midwestern Federal Reserve branches pre -2001. Even then security was tight just in the office areas. Anything having to do with money is protected by guards with loaded weapons.


    Wait for this one to be played on the Superstation. {BB}

    Added: January 18th 2008
    Reviewer: BB
    29 Point Scale Score: 4    [4]

    Related Movie Link (IMDB): IMDB - Mad Money (2008)
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