Jesse Stone

Jesse Stone

Stone Cold

DVD - 2005
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Publisher: Culver City, Calif. : Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, [c2005].
Edition: Widescreen version.
ISBN: 9781404982857
140498285X
Branch Call Number: DVD MOVIE SUSPENSE JESSE ST STONE CO
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (approximately 88 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.

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chriscoleman
Aug 24, 2016

This was the first Jesse Stone novel made into a film with Tom Selleck (who bought the franchise). A dead man is found on the beach in Paradise, Mass. and Jesse has his cops run the license plates of all the vehicles nearby. That brings them to a vacationing wealthy couple who are incredibly odd and vulgar. Immediately Jesse realizes these are the killers and they are killing for sport. The second story is about a young pre-teen girl gang-raped at her school which they videotaped. They keep taunting her and threatening to air the videotape on social media so she finally tells her parents and they take her to see Jesse. Everything about the way he handled this was completely wrong. These boys should've been arrested, convicted, put in jail and branded sex offenders. But that's not what Jesse does. He's also dating a woman in her early 20s and he's in his 70s, so the sex scenes are really gross. Another bad Jesse Stone film.

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Onewhoissaved
Apr 15, 2016

"Stone Cold", 2005, is appropriately named, but not because there is any reference to lack of emotion in executing justice on the people who willfully murdered his "buddy". There is generally no emotion in any of the Jesse Stone made for TV movies. This one actually calls itself a movie and has an "R" rating. I have heard people say that Tom Selleck is one of those men whose voice never developed in a mature man's voice and always has retained some adolescent in it. Agreed.

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AQUILEA777
Mar 17, 2015

Far better than most such films.

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RichardPaul
Jul 28, 2013

Robert B. Parkers - Stone Cold ---- (DVD - - c- 2005) ---- This was a good story ---- I still do not understand why Sellick is in the roll of chief of police ---- In the Novels the Det. is black?? ---- Maybe they will tell us someday? ? ? ---- Enjoy! ---- MPAA rating R ---- RichardPaul (finished 7-25-13)

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jimg2000
Sep 02, 2012

Script by Robet Parker that show cased a somewhat washed up LAPD cop, Jesse Stone, who travelled cross country to start a new life as the police chief in Paradise MA. Crisp dialogue as Parker's book.

4th in series:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesse_Stone_%28character%29

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accebeR1
Jul 09, 2012

I think this is the first movie. It's pretty good.

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accebeR1
Jul 09, 2012

accebeR1 thinks this title is suitable for 17 years and over

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