A scenery-chewing ensemble cast, headed by the ubiquitous Eric Stoltz, keeps one watching, but fails to salvage the barely released KEYS TO TULSA, a hackneyed and pointless crime melodrama that plays like a television soap opera with nudity and four-letter words, but without the trashy
fun or narrative grip.
Upon returning to his hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Richter Boudreau (Eric Stoltz) gets a job as a movie reviewer for the local paper and moves into a farmhouse owned by his wealthy, widowed mother Cynthia (Mary Tyler Moore). Richter meets up with Vicky (Deborah Kara Unger), an old flame, who's now
married to drug dealer Ronnie (James Spader), to whom Richte...