Stone Cold

1991

Crime / Drama / Thriller

Stone Cold (1991) download yts

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Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 29%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 64%
IMDb Rating 5.9 10 4919  

Synopsis


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Cast

Lance Henriksen as Chains Cooper
Renée O'Connor as Tinselteeth
Sam McMurray as Lance
1080p
1.43 GB
1920*1080
R
23.976 fps
1hr 28 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by disdressed12 6 / 10

Much better than i thought it would be (worth the 2 hours)

this is a surprisingly entertaining movie.it won't win any awards for originality.this plot line has been used several times,sometimes to better effect,sometimes not.as a matter of fact,Charlie Sheen would star in pretty much the same movie,Beyond the Law,one year later(1992).both are comparable efforts.any way,in Stone Cold Brian Bosworth,an ex football player,takes on the role of of the undercover cop.He does a surprisingly admirable job.it's strange that his film career didn't take off,as his acting ability equals(probably surpasses) that of Stallone and Shwarzennegger when they started out.He is certainly better than Van Damme.Lance Henrickson is well cast as the chief bad guy in the film.action abounds in this movie,leaving pretty much no dramatic moments.of course in most movies of this type,there is zero character development,but that can be forgiven in this case.the movie knows what it is and doesn't try to be something it's not.it is pure fun.oh,yeah,i almost forgot.William Forsythe also plays a baddie and is brilliant as always.this is definitely a great way to entertain yourself for 2 hours. 6/10

Reviewed by Frank Markland 7 / 10

Out cold...

Brian Bosworth stars as John Stone a police officer who goes undercover to infiltrate a band of bikers who are planning on killing a senator and are becoming a problem with the FBI, National Guard and the Senator in question. Lots of carnage ensues. Only in the late 80's and early 90's could a movie this stupid get made. However I loved it! There are so many demented exchanges that I couldn't help but just enjoy what was on screen. My favorite moments of zen were "Times like this remind me of my father's last words, Don't son that gun is loaded!", "You have a clean up on aisle 6" and "He can't his head's all messed up!" suffice to say the last is in reference to a decapitated mobster. (Great stuff) The movie is gloriously dumb with action sequences which make no sense and only exist to give the maximum level of carnage. (Great stuff) Indeed the climax is so wonderfully goofy as to a courthouse that has been massacred(This has got to be the worst security ever) including one such demented moment when the head biker (Lance Henriksen) guns down the begging senator. This is the kind of movie that you watch when you feel that Road House is just too intellectually complicated and not nearly violent enough. Of course for this viewer the more violence the merrier and the stupider the better! Great stuff.

* * * out of 4-(Good)

Reviewed by Wizard-8 5 / 10

Wonderfully over-the-top actioner


STONE COLD was such a big bomb in theaters, it not only put an end to the Stone Group film company, but derailed Brian Bosworth's chance of a post-football career in theatrical movies - it was several years later when Bosworth made his next movie, which went straight to video. Though Bosworth's utterly mediocre performance probably also explained why the major studios wouldn't give him another chance. Yet the movie is utterly enjoyable all the same, because it is so relentlessly over the top in just about every department. I knew I was onto something special when someone in the first minute emptied a machine gun into a shelf of Ritz crackers! Incredibly violent (the first cut got an NC-17 rating), sleazy, and with a climax that not only must be seen to be believed, but makes you wonder just how they got permission to do so... this is a must for fans of '80s action movies. Yeah, this came out in 1991, but if RAGING BULL is considered a '70s movie in spirit, why not?

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