Scott Kelton Jones

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  • 15 years ago | Film Reviews

    Following in the grand cinematic tradition of cheerleading films-- movies such as Gimme an 'F,' Revenge of the Cheerleaders, and Debbie Does Dallas (both the original and the why-bother remakes)--Bring It On is about beautiful, young girls in shor...

  • 15 years ago | Film Reviews

    The Tao of Duncan The Tao that can be followed is not the eternal Tao. The name that can be named is not the eternal name. This is the koan that begins the Tao Te Ching by Lao-Tzu. This is the fat guy who scores all the hot chicks? Hmph...

  • 16 years ago | Film Reviews

    Some film aficionados are weaned on art-house offerings, savoring the mise-en-scène of Kurosawa, the montage of Eisenstein, and the imagery of Fellini. Others suckle on the teat of Cinemax, sneaking back into the living room after Mom and D...

  • 16 years ago | Film Reviews

    A watershed year. That's the buzz around the film critics' water cooler -- or should that be popcorn stand? -- as 1999, and the first century of film, comes to a close. You can hear the whispers as they turn to shrieks of ecstasy: Just like 1974! ...

  • 16 years ago | Film Reviews

    The Talented Mr. Ripley numbs as much as it unnerves. However, that's exactly the type of thriller you might expect from Anthony Minghella, the writer-director who gave critics something to rave about and many a reluctant date something to snooze ...

  • 16 years ago | Longform

    Just south of downtown sits the Ervay Theater, the former home of Jack Ruby's nightclub the Silver Spur. It's only appropriate that attorney Bobby Goldstein has turned this venerable old joint into his office, a building now strewn with the carcas...

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