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Stone Cold (2005)





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A tough cop must deal with some ugly crimes in a small New England town in this made-for-TV mystery. Jesse Stone (Tom Selleck) is the thick-skinned chief of police in the small town of Paradise, MA; while Stone has a good heart, he's not the sort of man who wears his emotions on his sleeve, and often turns to whiskey when his work gets to be too much for him. When a series of unexplained murders begin occurring in Paradise, Stone begins to suspect Andrew Lincoln (Reg Rogers) and his wife, Brianna (Jane Adams), a pair of eccentric artists who have a fascination with violence. But when 16-year-old Candace Pennington (Alexis Dziena) is brought in to see Stone by her mother and father after she's been raped, Stone is a bit puzzled by the parents' reaction to the crime, and wonders if there might be some link between this assault and the murders. Stone Cold was based on the best-selling novel by noted crime author Robert B. Parker. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

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Tom Selleck
as Jesse Stone
Mimi Rogers
as Rita Fiore
Jane Adams
as Brianna Lincoln
Reg Rogers
as Andrew Lincoln
Vito Rezza
as Anthony D'Angelo
Victoria Snow
as Margaret Pennington
Ralph Small
as Chuck Pennington
Thomas Gibson
as Troy Drake
Tony De Santis
as Joe Marino
Chris Killam
as Kenneth Eisley
Cindy Sampson
as Barbara Carey
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It is easy to like Tom Selleck in these movies. The movie is a tad unbelievable, but I enjoyed watching Jesse solve it.

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Red Lats

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Nothing incredible or out of the box, but serves fine for time pass in adversity.

familiar stranger
familiar stranger

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Tom selleck is well cast as Jesse Stone who is the chief of a tiny town. This is definitely not your typical made for television melodrama which was surprising. The film is well crafted and unfolds like a noir, especially with Stones tough guy exterior. Harmon doesn't let the action take over the story which allows the characters to drive the film. the support cast is quite interesting if a little underwhelming, basically because of Sellecks powerhouse performance leading the way. Mimi Rogers is criminally underused and Reg Rogers is just so plain to be menacing as the villain of the film. the love story between Mimi and Selleck just seems a little forced when the film should be focusing on the death of he's girlfriend. the first of the series of films does well to establish its lead and is set perfectly for the next additions

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Brendan O'Connor

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