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Keys to Tulsa

2.7 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

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Eric Stoltz heads the ensemble as Richter, a young man maneuvering his way through a wonderfully bizarre array of characters in a town filled with wealth, greed, malice, and murder. As he journeys through the twists and turns of both past and present, Richter becomes the inadvertent pawn in a dangerous scheme of blackmail, and of a world where nothing is as it seems.

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  • Actors: Eric Stoltz, James Spader, Deborah Kara Unger, Joanna Going, Michael Rooker
  • Directors: Leslie Greif
  • Writers: Harley Peyton, Brian Fair Berkey
  • Producers: Andrew G. La Marca, David Gaines, Elliot Lewis Rosenblatt, Guy J. Louthan, Harley Peyton
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: December 17, 2002
  • Run Time: 113 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00006SFJK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #77,052 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Keys to Tulsa" on IMDb

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By Bobby R. Treat on January 19, 2003
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It's offensive that Cameron Diaz is on the cover of this thing, when her mediocre part is over just about as soon as the credits.
Joanna Going gave her all, meanwhile, and isn't mentioned on the box at all. I bought the DVD to see her, and every red-blooded male out there bought it for the same reason. Who are they kidding with this Cameron Diaz jazz? It's a taut mystery story, too, with real characters in an unreal situation. I loved it.
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Reinventing the wheel is not the priority of this little straight-to-video from 96'. The "Key" point in me seeing this movie was Joanna Going. Who surprisingly to know was around 34 when she made this movie, as she looks more like 24. Adding insult to her great performance, despite her large role was that her name nor picture is anywhere to be found on the DVD.

Meanwhile, Cameron Diaz who only has a cameo that lasts a few minutes at the beginning of the film has second billing, and a huge spot on the front cover. So don't buy this movie for her if your a fan she's barely in this one.

Keys To Tulsa spends most of its two-hour length teetering on the brink of being a convoluted mess, but the wit and charm of the script and the cast combine to make it a worthwhile watch. There are a lot of characters with a lot of back story, and at times it's easy to forget who has done what to whom.

Still, I'd check it out if only to catch a glimpse of Joanna Going who is the hot point of this otherwise respectable movie.
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I could hold forth on the relative merits of this DVD's entertainment value--you get to see some weird incarnations of various prominent actors, James Spader looking particularly weird; not that many flicks set in Oklahoma these days; Joanna Going carried the film, etc. etc.--but instead I think I'll criticize the DVD itself. First off, it has exactly ONE "special feature" (production stills, at that!). Furthermore, not only does this disc lack the extended cut (missing 3 minutes, this is just the R-rated version), it is also, most pathetically of all, full-frame only. Come on! This is a 2002 release of a **1997** film, and somehow they couldn't manage a widescreen edition. Has the distributor already been repossessed or something? It's DVDs like this that make me doubt for the future of the medium. Get with the program, Artisan!
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By Sueg on February 18, 2014
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I show this movie years ago. James Spader plays a bad boy ex-con type. He does a wonderful job of it. He has also black hair which he looks really hot. His wife cheats and so does he. He has a plan to black mail this one man that killed a call girl. But it back fires and this man that murdered he girl comes after him and trys to kill him.
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The movie is good with superb/stunning - to say the least- acting of Joanna Going. James Spader is - well, "OK". It is just great to see James Coburn again, and the musical score is fine. The movie in itself is based on a script - which surprises me, it could have been a sponaneous home movie someone made during a weekend - that is poor or even worse. At best, this film is amusing as long as you can push "forward" most of the time. The performances mentioned above are well worth the buck, though.
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Just how bad can a movie starring James Coburn (who would win the Oscar for "Affliction," also 1997), Mary Tyler Moore, Eric Stoltz, James Spader and Deborah Unger (more effective as a married couple in "Crash"), Michael Rooker ("Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer"), Joanna Going and, in a bit part, a pre-"There's Something About Mary" Cameron Diaz be? Far worse than I thought. I have no idea why these actors, who've all done better work elsewhere, would have agreed to star in such a stinker. Easily one of the more inept entries in the overcrowded post-"Pulp Fiction" dying-to-be-hip black comic neo-noir derby.

Stoltz, saddled with a bad haircut and the unfortunate name of Richter Boudreau, is completely miscast as a reporter who mostly just walks around with his shirt open, and his love scenes with Vicky (Unger) and Cherry (Going) are pretty tepid, especially in the scene where Going's punk rock stripper character drags herself over a plate of sausage and eggs en route to a morning quickie (can you say yuck?).

And the film isn't even half as interesting as I've made it sound! Cinematography and soundtrack are competent, but the story doesn't make sense, dialogue is DOA, characters uninteresting, direction listless, and actors bored. Only some morbid and compulsive form of curiosity kept me going until the very end. Not even bad-good.
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Maybe the well-known people didn't amount to much, certainly Cameron Diaz's part wasn't much, though she did it well, but Joanna Going took my breath away. What's the matter with critics?
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