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Critic Reviews for Stone
Sandy Harbutt is the film's creator and its soul and has become a central icon in the film's legacy as it continues to touch its primary target audience - motorcycle lovers and fellow travellers, who reject mainstream society, who do not salute authority
Audience Reviews for Stone
Easy Rider is considered the greatest biker film ever made and it is definitely a classic. However if you're looking for the ultimate biker movie, Stone is definitely the one to watch. Brilliantly acted and directed, this movie gave audiences a true taste of the biker underworld. This is a raw, gritty masterwork of Exploitation cinema at its best. This is a taut, exciting and thrilling movie that is a definite must see for any film fan looking for a true biker movie. This is a well acted movie of which the filmmakers, I hear asked real Hells Angels to act in their movie to give that authentic feel, and you really get that vibe throughout while watching the film. Director Sandy Harbutt direction is terrific and he crafts a solid, well paced and exciting picture that is a must see for fans who are looking for a raw and in your face 1970's action picture. The film looks dated, nonetheless it is a classic of Australian cinema, and many have claimed that it was the precursor to other Aussie actioner such as Mad Max and Midnight Spares. This is an engaging movie that remains more thrilling than several movies of today. I've seen plenty of low budget Exploitation action movies and I have to say that Stone is an accomplished movie that remains an iconic movie in the genre. This is a film that also boasts some brilliantly directed scenes including the Biker funeral scene and the start of movie, which is very impressive. This is not a film that is recognized for its acting, but rather for its sheers raw energy that tears across the screen. Truly a film that redefined Aussie cinema and one that helped broaden the genre into new territory.
A cop goes undercover in a biker gang to find out who is slowly assassinating them one by one, but is it really 'undercover' of you tell them you're a cop and are just there to protect them?
It's an interesting bit of Ozploitation, happy to have had a chance to check it out.
Worth a rental.
Things I learned from this movie
Sidecars make great hearses.
Satanic Funerals are really lame, tho, somewhat loud.
Pros use crossbows. A what?!! A CROSS BEW!
Scene around the pinball machine with the arrow bolt sticking up at 28 minutes in is priceless.
"Being a criminal means being against pigs, and that means strict one jacket one vote democracy. you dig, pig?"
Satanic Ear piercing and wardrobe ceremonies are really lame too.
why wouldn't david letterman give toad a kiss?
Conspiracies can only happen in semi-dark rooms and in large lapel suits.
WHAT IS THE LAW!?!
"its particular, but when you have been conditioned into believing something and you blow it - i mean you really blow it - you get this incredible sense of shame, its funny, because you can always recognize fellow travelers. And when you ride bikes, man, I mean when you REALLY ride bikes, I suppose its inevitable." - Dr. Death.
awww. toady was frightened of gettin a kickin.
I thought the movie should have ended with the blood on the angel, but then I am a satanist.
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