Jeff, a young delinquent, is enrolled by his father in a kenpo school, in the hopes of teaching the boy some self-discipline. Years later, Jeff's mentor, Kim, is being threatened by one of ... See full summary »
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
Near the beginning, the bikers are shooting beer cans from each others shoulders. The crowd of bikers is gathered directly behind the guy with the can on his shoulders while the other biker shoots at it at such an angle that the crowd should have been hit. See more »
[showing his "colors" to Stone]
This may be a rag to the walking dead out there, but *this* is my flag, my cross, my church. And these colors don't run... If they hit the ground even in a fight, I will peel your skin off with a knife dipped in shit.
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Performed by KIMIKO KASAI
Written by Tony Humecke, KIMIKO KASAI and TRISHA KELLY
Published by BAD JOKE PUBLISHING / BMI / TONY HUMECKE MUSIC / KIWI KID PUBLISHING / ASCAP
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When You Need A Man's Man Movie, Go With "Stone Cold"
In the 80s and early 90s, there were a number of movies that may not have had the most solid story, but what the they lacked in story they more than made up for in action, all kinds of mindless action that any red blooded American could sink his teeth into. 1991's "Stone Cold" is a perfect example of this; despite not having the best written story or being the best produced film, you still can't help but be entertained. The film follows the story of a rough and tough cop Joe Huff (Brian Bosworth, aka The Boz, former NFL player who tried his hand at acting and while he may not be a great actor, he does do a decent job for the role) who is forced to go undercover in a vicious biker gang known as The Brotherhood, who's motto is "God Forgives, the Brotherhood Doesn't" (a motto that was almost certainly borrowed from the American Outlaw Association or Outlaws MC, their's being "God Forgives, Outlaws Don't). While going undercover, the Boz faces all sorts of dangers, be it from fights, guns, knives, explosions, but above all, from the gang's infamous leader, Chains Chopper, played by the always entertaining Lance Henriksen. Even though this is far from being standard A material, Lance dives into his character, producing one of the best bona fide psychopaths in the history of action cinema and thus making the movie all the more better because of it. You also have William Forsythe in an equally menacing role of Ice, Chains' right hand man and constant bump in the road for the Boz. Then there is the beautiful Arabella Holzbog (sadley, I can't seem to find any info on her) as Nancy, Chains' old lady (biker slang for wife or girlfriend) who ends up falling for Huff, not realizing that he is a cop which leads to tragic results. All in all, if you're a guy and in the mood for a man's man movie, filled with plenty of action and hot naked women, plus some really nice motorcycles, then "Stone Cold" would be a great way to spend some time on Sat night. Also starring Sam McMurray and Richard Gant. 8 out of 10. PS Although this is more of a man's movie, women may get some enjoyment out of seeing Bosworth without a shirt and, in one scene, wearing nothing but a speedo. Hint guys, this a good way to sell this to your wife or girlfriend for movie night.
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