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R| 1 hr. 45 min.

Plot Summary
Parole officer Jack Mabry (Robert De Niro) is just days from retirement and busy wrapping up the last few cases, including that of Gerald "Stone" Creeson (Edward Norton), a thug who burned his grandparents' house to cover up their murders. Creeson is desperate to get out of prison and will do anything to secure his parole, including telling his girlfriend to seduce Mabry. Creeson's manipulations awaken the monster within Mabry, leading to unexpected consequences for them both.

Cast: Robert De Niro , Edward Norton , Milla Jovovich , Frances Conroy , Enver Gjokaj , Pepper Binkley , Liam Ferguson , Sarab Kamoo

Director: John Curran

Genres: Drama, Thriller

Distributor: Overture Films

Stone (2010)

Release Date: October 8th, 2010|1 hr. 45 min.

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  • March 07, 2013 macdude67
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    One hour and forty someting minutes I will never get back. One of my top 10 worst movies I have had to ever endure. And in the top five most dissapointing considering the cast. Andbody that sees this movie as anything more than a total dissapointment needs to have a CT scan because they\'re way ovedue!

  • April 25, 2012 Phyllis White
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    Ultimate truth is in the background of all that transpires in this movie. Most reviewers seem to see only the surface meanings--the drama of life rather than the subtler esoteric meanings

  • January 10, 2012 tk00000000109859
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    I am always amazed how people interpret movies (and books) that you MUST read between the lines. I saw a lot of \"hope\" in the film. A lesson was being taught- some won\'t be able to grasp. A good film should stick with you and provoke thought. Although not the \"best\" of these types of films it still had \"brass\".

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New on DVD & Blu-ray, Week of January 18: 'Buried,' 'Stone' and 'Takers'

Posted by
Harley W. Lond on January 17, 2011

There's three one-word-titled films due this week, each worth at least one word of praise or criticism. 'Buried' is the best of the lot; Ryan Reynolds plays a U.S. truck driver buried in a coffin i...

400 Screens, 400 Blows - 'Stone' Goes Cold

Posted by
Jeffrey M. Anderson on October 31, 2010

John Curran's Stone (113 screens) opened early in October in limited release, undoubtedly with a plan to roll it out to more theaters as Oscar buzz built. Unfortunately, critics did not nibble -- ...

Six Second Reviews: 'Stone'

Posted by
Mr Moviefone on October 7, 2010

Robert De Niro stars opposite Edward Norton in 'Stone,' a police drama directed by John J. Curran. The provocative story unfolds as the lives of two troubled men, a parole office (De Niro) and a volat...

Fall Movies 2010 Preview: 20 Films We're Psyched About

Posted by
Marina Zogbi on September 10, 2010

For moviegoers, autumn traditionally signals a return to serious drama and relatively weighty subject matter after the popcorn-flavored fare of summer. And while we certainly have a decent slate of...

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