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Stone Cold (DVD)

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Genre: Crime & Thriller - Thriller / Director: Robert Harmon / Actors: Tom Selleck, Mimi Rogers ... / DVD released 10 October, 2005 at Sony Pictures Home Entertainment / Features of the DVD: Anamorphic, Dubbed, PAL

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      28.08.2001 03:20
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      Released in 1991, STONE COLD is a film about a cop who is forced by the FBI into infiltrate a very dangerous viker gang, in order to get at their leader. The cop, John Stone, is played by Brian Bosworth. Bosworth had previously had a career playing American Football, and on the face of this, his first movie, he should have stayed in that former career. He has all the acting skills of a donkey, with none of the charm. Then again, the same could be said of many of today's top film stars, so that's not really saying much against him! The biggest shame is that Stone's enemy, Chains (the leader of the biker gang), is played by Lance Henriksen. That Henriksen has not become a major star in Hollywood is one of the greatest shames in modern-day movies, as he brings skill and talent to everything that he appears in. Whether it be small parts in movies like THE TERMINATOR or the lead role in the three years of MILLENNIUM on television, he proves time and again that he can act anyone off the screen. This ability shows up Bosworth's lack of screen presence, and that is why this film fails. It's worth a watch, as anything featuring Henriksen is, but don't expect anything special.


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