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CHICAGO – Whenever there’s stunt-movie casting with divergent generations of Hollywood “stars,” there’s bound to be trouble at the multiplex. This time, the “old to young” range of Diane “Annie Hall” Keaton, Queen Latifah and the increasingly annoying Katie Holmes attempt a stab at the classic heist movie in “Mad Money”.

Keaton portrays Bridget Cardigan: an upper-middle class matron whose husband (Ted Danson) has been laid off for a year and has given up trying to find another gig. Overwhelmed by debt and bills, Keaton goes back out into the work force. In an “it only can happen in the movies” turn of events, the best job she can find is as a janitor at the Federal Reserve bank (I guess all the administration jobs at the real estate offices were full).

As she gets into her new career – strangely doing the cleaning work during the day shift – she notices there are some flaws in the airtight security involving the shredding of old currency.

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Katie Holmes finally in a new movie

After the marriage to Tom Cruise and the baby, Katie Holmes is finally back in a new movie. Would you be tempted to take money if you knew it was going to be shredded and thrown away? Well Katie’s character in her new movie “Mad Money” does just that. Find out why Katie decided to do this movie and what life is like being married to Tom Cruise by clicking here: www.kiisfm.com

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Katie Holmes decided to do

Katie Holmes decided to do this movie instead of ‘The Dark Knight!’ WOW. In a recent interview promoting this movie, she was asked if she had any regrets turning down ‘The Dark Knight.’ She replied that the experience to work with Queen Latifah and Diane Keaton was more fulfilling. What a crock of crap.

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You tagged this Ted Hanson.

You tagged this Ted Hanson.

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