Stone Cold
Stone Cold (1991)

In the early '90s, Brian Bosworth made the seamless transition from football bad boy to onscreen bad ass. In Stone Cold, the Boz plays cop Joe Huff, a brute force specialist. The FBI contracts him to take down a biker gang known as the… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: May 17, 1991
DVD Release Date: June 12, 2007
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Critic Score: 25% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Time Out

Henriksen, as the maniacal lead biker, steals the movie from under Bosworth's nose.

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Stephen Hunter
Baltimore Sun

The movie really topples over into absolute nonsense in its last few minutes, offering a gun battle in a courthouse more violent than any engagement fought in the Persian Gulf and producing a larger body count.

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Clint Morris

Bosworth has the makings of a fabbo modern-day action star....his debut actioner packs quite a punch

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Stephen Holden
New York Times

The action -- especially the motorcycle chases through the marble government halls -- pack a fairly good visceral charge.

TV Guide

A stupid, no-stakes movie, and no manner of high jinks can hide that fact.

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Richard Harrington
Washington Post

Brian Bosworth's acting debut in Stone Cold carries about the same wallop The Boz did in the late stages of his very brief career in professional football.

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Chuck O'Leary

Head villain Lance Henriksen steals the show in this very ordinary actioner about a tough cop (Brian Bosworth) infiltrating a gang of bikers. Offers some good stunt work, but tells us little about the outlaw biker culture it depicts.

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Flixster Audience Score: 63% Flixster User Reviews
Phil Hubbs
I didn't know much about Bosworth until seeing this, after watching I'm surprised he hasn't made more action films (that were as popular) because… More
Lee Kyle
'sother hidden gem that is also like finding a needle in a haystack. I finally got a hold of a copy that was only in my old and dusty vhs collection. One… More
Dean McKenna
The Boz is personable enough but interest is only kept alive by Lance Henriksen's great villain and a couple of neat, loud and violent action scenes.
Christopher Brown
The greatest biker film of all time. Easy Rider could've learned something from this film. I LOVE IT!
Marcus Woolcott
There ain't no action cinema like 90's action cinema