Joe Huff is a tough, go-it-alone cop with a flair for infiltrating dangerous biker gangs. The FBI blackmail Joe into an undercover operation to convict some extremely violent bikers, who are angry at the capture of their leader.Written by
The undercover FBI agents made references to a "prospect", which is a slang term for a someone who wants to join the club. To become a "patched-in" member of an "outlaw" motorcycle gang, prospects are tested by members of the gang, which may include performing such tasks as washing members' bikes, making beer runs, cleaning out clubhouses, or virtually any task a patched member of the gang tells him to do--without question. When the gang's president is satisfied that the prospect is qualified to join the gang, he is "patched in"--given the gang's logo to sew on the back of his leathers, signifying that he is now an "official" member of the gang. See more »
The main character's gloves alternate between being on and off during his initiation fight. See more »
Performed by CRYER
Written by PAUL COLT, PETE SKYES, RICKY HART and STEVE ROSE
Published by CRYER BOYS MUSIC / THIRD STONE FROM THE MIDDLE MUSIC / WB MUSIC CORP. / ASCAP
Courtesy of THIRD STONE / ATLANTIC RECORDS See more »
Think "Commando" with bikers, all of the misdirected machismo from "Road House", and every other action movie trope you can think of, all nicely sliced and diced together. That is "Stone Cold". It never tries to be more than what it is. It has a simple setup far as story goes, decent action, it's well shot, has fast pacing, and pretty solid acting all around.
It's an early 90's movie about a cop going undercover to catch a biker gang, what more are you expecting out of this?
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