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[to John Stone]
You look like a grown-up version of Bam-Bam.
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Sometimes, just sometimes you see a film that rocks your world. A film that normally you wouldn't even pick off the shelf unless someone told you about it. Stone Cold is that film.
Starring man of the day Brian 'the Boz' Bosworth this low budget action vehicle is one of the most fun actioners that I have ever seen. What's right with it? In terms of your normal studio producer films very little. The acting is poor, the script dreadful, continuity (especially the hysterically bad bike chase) is just atrocious and that's just the opening few scenes.
But this film hits where it needed to. The action. The set pieces are a by numbers low budget master class, how to make the most out of very, very little. Henrikson is a superb villain and Bosworth makes the most of his limited abilities to chew the scenery whenever it gets into his way.
As I said not a perfect film but pretty damn perfect nights entertainment.
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