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February 18, 2007 | Maria Elena Fernandez, Times Staff Writer
THE small, fictional Kansas town of "Jericho" is freezing. There is no electricity, food supplies are dwindling, and there are no wild animals to be found. People are dying. The new mayor has a plan: Make resources stretch by forcing out refugees from nearby towns. He throws tear gas into a church and out run the refugees, tripping over one another on the steps. One woman lands at the bottom, face-down. "Eat her!" yells Skeet Ulrich, who plays the CBS drama's lead character, Jake Green.
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February 18, 2007 | Maria Elena Fernandez, Times Staff Writer
THE small, fictional Kansas town of "Jericho" is freezing. There is no electricity, food supplies are dwindling, and there are no wild animals to be found. People are dying. The new mayor has a plan: Make resources stretch by forcing out refugees from nearby towns. He throws tear gas into a church and out run the refugees, tripping over one another on the steps. One woman lands at the bottom, face-down. "Eat her!" yells Skeet Ulrich, who plays the CBS drama's lead character, Jake Green.
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November 30, 1996
Independent Feature Project/West presents an evening with director Wes Craven on Dec. 17 at 7:30 as part of its "Independent Focus: Directors on Directing" series. Craven will be on hand for a discussion following a screening of his latest horror film, "Scream," which stars Courteney Cox, Drew Barrymore, Neve Campbell and Skeet Ulrich. "Scream" screenwriter Kevin Williamson will moderate the discussion. The screening and discussion will take place at the Simon Wiesenthal Center, 9786 W.
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October 29, 2009 | Jevon Phillips
Things get tense when a lone voice in a group of unbreakable car guards balks at the plan to cash in on a major delivery of their own in Sony Pictures' "Armored," set to hit theaters Dec. 4. In the film, Matt Dillon gets bloodied and Columbus Short plays the new guy whose spark of morality sets the situation ablaze after a cop is unexpectedly shot during the heist. Director Nimrod Antal had to orchestrate a shoot that saw armored car stunts, gun battles, fire and a large cast that also includes Laurence Fishburne, Jean Reno, Skeet Ulrich and Milo Ventimiglia.
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September 29, 2010
SERIES Undercovers: Shaw (Gerald McRaney) sends Steven and Samantha (Boris Kodjoe, Gugu Mbatha-Raw) to pursue a private security detail in Pakistan that murdered the scientists they had been hired to protect and kidnapped the leader of the science team in this new episode (8 p.m. NBC). Hell's Kitchen: The teams must make a speedy and tasty breakfast for 50 hungry emergency medical technicians (8 p.m. Fox). Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: After a badly traumatized rape victim (Jennifer Love Hewitt)
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April 12, 1994 | LYNNE HEFFLEY
Ethnic understanding is the theme of today's earnest CBS Schoolbreak Special, "Same Difference," as the friendship and growing romantic attachment between two high school seniors--one Catholic, one Jewish--is threatened by the prejudices of their families and peers. When the Goldstein family moves into a predominantly Italian American neighborhood, local youths express their scorn by hanging bagels from a tree.
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January 6, 1999 | LISA BERKE
Look sharp. The only Golf Punk store on the planet is not much larger than the bucket hats it has popularized, so it's easy to miss. Still, folks manage. Pumped-with-attitude designs have made this just-off-Melrose store a Holy Grail for Gen-X fashion fiends and golfers alike. Actors Skeet Ulrich, Tori Spelling and Chris O'Donnell are regular buyers of the clothing that pairs traditional golf attire with unexpected color combinations and a sassy logo.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 24, 2000
* Last week's top 5 VHS rentals: "Blue Streak," "Stir of Echoes," "Runaway Bride," "Tarzan" and "Lake Placid." * Last week's top 5 DVD rentals: "Blue Streak," "Runaway Bride," "The Astronaut's Wife," "The 13th Warrior" and "Bowfinger." What's New In stores this week: * "Double Jeopardy" (Paramount), thriller starring Ashley Judd and Tommy Lee Jones. (R) * "The Chill Factor" (Warner), thriller starring Cuba Gooding Jr. and Skeet Ulrich. (R) * "Get Real" (Paramount), comedy.
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December 20, 1996 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There's something about Wes Craven's sensational "Scream" popping up in a thicket of year-end prestige releases and holiday pictures that's as subversive as the movie itself. It's sensational in both senses of the word: a bravura, provocative sendup of horror pictures that's also scary and gruesome yet too swift-moving to lapse into morbidity. It risks going way over the top, deliberately generating considerable laughter in the process.
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September 1, 1999 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Chill Factor" melts swiftly. As the theme-park-ride movie of the week, it jolts over Montana highways like a roller coaster loaded with thrills and spills, but don't expect a shred of credibility. If you find yourself unable to go along for this ride, it's going to seem as yet another silly, bloody and bloated Hollywood behemoth. Alongside this Warners release, "Speed," the high end of the genre, plays like a work of uncompromising realism. In a prologue set in 1987, Dr.
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July 28, 2005 | Heidi Siegmund Cuda
Rock fiesta for 'Viva la Bands' MTV hooligan Bam Margera partied like a rock star at a bash he threw Monday at Red Buddha Lounge (see review). Among the guests who helped him celebrate the release of a compilation CD of his favorite artists, "Viva la Bands," was Carson Daly, who says he's glad to be living back in the City of Angels.... And speaking of partying: On Monday, Falcon on Sunset will celebrate the first anniversary of "Dirty Sue: The Original Martini Mix."
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