Keys to Tulsa
Keys to Tulsa (1996)

The black sheep son of a wealthy family sinks deeper into corruption the harder he tries to pull himself out in this drama. Richter Boudreau (Eric Stoltz) is a small-time film critic with a checkered past and some bad debts who decides to… More

Rated: R
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Release Date: June 1, 1996
DVD Release Date: March 23, 1999
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Emanuel Levy

This comedic crimer is a late-in-the-cycle Tarantino retread. Pyeton's script from Berkey's novel is deft, but Leslie Grief's awkward direction lacks modulation and visual style, and he doesn't even get decent performances from Stolz and Cameron Diaz.

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Michael Dequina

A messy mix of soap opera, film noir, black comedy, and social satire, none of which is done very well.

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Jamie Gillies
Apollo Guide

A ham-handed and just plain dumb modern Midwest noir.

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