There is such a thing as overcastting – when a supremely silly picture has somehow managed to attract smart, talented stars. Consider Mad Money. After her husband is laid off, a pampered rich woman (Diane Keaton) is forced to work as a janitor at a federal reserve bank, where she plans a heist with a coworker (Queen Latifah). What are these women – Keaton as the mastermind and Latifah as her accomplice – doing in this ill-conceived piece of junk? Ted Danson at least has the right tone – and mid-level talent – to make his scenes as Keaton’s emasculated husband work. He was cast just right.