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Mad Money

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Spotting a weakness in the bank's security system, three female employees of the Federal Reserve plot to steal a fortune in worn-out bills that have been earmarked for destruction. It looks like they have pulled off the perfect crime, until a minor misstep alerts the authorities.
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Wall Street Journal
There's an old saying: 'I wrote you a long letter because I didn't have time to write a short one.' In the case of Mad Money, I'll write a short review because the movie won't sustain a long one. (It barely sustains itself.)
January 23, 2008
USA Today
Moviegoers will come up empty.
January 18, 2008
Screen International
Keaton, Latifah and Holmes have appealing chemistry, although it's not enough to sustain a too-long 104 minute running time.
October 18, 2008
Cinema em Cena
Khouri parece ter deixado no passado qualquer interesse em criar personagens tridimensionais ou minimamente interessantes.
April 04, 2008
MSNBC
[T]he gap between [Thelma & Louise] and Mad Money resembles the abyss that Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis drove into in Khouri's earlier hit.
May 01, 2008
Chicago Tribune
Speaking of recycling, this script by Glenn Gers reeks of it and not in a healthy, eco-minded way.
January 18, 2008
Boxoffice Magazine
The latest vibrato performance of Diane Keaton's late career shame has her playing once-wealthy housewife Bridget Cardigan, whose twee name and dithering hysteria are equally insufferable.
January 24, 2008
Salon.com
This movie is designed to be fun, and its intentions are signaled to us over and over again, as when the women jump around on a bed, giggling and flinging old, dirty money around in a wanton display of pure idiocy.
January 18, 2008