Articles tagged skeet ulrich

Your Virtual Fall TV Preview: Wednesdays

If you want to know what's new on primetime TV this fall, stop right here.

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22 Apr 2010 // 9:58 PM

Armored

Two armored cars are robbed of $42 million by a batch of grimy characters, including Matt Dillon, who looks like a snake who’s been repeatedly beaten with a burnt stick.

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12 Feb 2008 // 3:55 AM

Jericho

While it's not exactly subtle to posit a post-apocalyptic U.S. as the equivalent of Iraq, it does lay out a new grid for Jericho.

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31 Oct 2007 // 11:00 PM

Jericho: The First Season

When Jericho works it is a frightening portrait of what could happen if, “the terrorists’ greatest dream” comes true and they get their hands on nuclear weapons.

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20 Sep 2006 // 12:00 AM

Jericho

The citizens of Jericho want Jake to save them. Even in their cynicism, they seek a very old-fashioned solution.

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7 Jul 2005 // 1:00 AM

Into the West

Into the West is honest about the role of women, both Caucasian and Native American.

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28 Jan 2003 // 1:00 AM

Miracles

Skeet Ulrich brings to Miracles a combination of weary intensity and ethereal pretty-boy beauty.

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Ride with the Devil (1999)

Ride with the Devil is essentially two films in one. The first is a story of loyalty - to family, community, and nation - tested in the social and political upheavals of civil war. The second is a story of male bonding and love in a homosocial order, the negotiation of male-male desire, and male domestication, all triangulated and enabled through the body of a woman.

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Ride with the Devil (1999)

Ride With the Devil dares to bring yet another version. Directed by Ang Lee and written by Lee and his usual collaborator James Schamus (who adapted Daniel Woodrell's novel Woe to Live On, a novel inspired, says the author, by today's warfare in the Balkans), the film is rather surprising, and not only because it stars Jewel as a Southern widow. Telling stories that don't usually get told, Ride With the Devil focuses on some of the War's more disgraceful and outrageous aspects, both personal and public.

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A Chat with José González at Newport Folk Festival

// Notes from the Road

"José González's sets during Newport Folk Festival weren't on his birthday (that is today) but each looked to be a special intimate performance.

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