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Stone

(2010)

Rated R for strong sexuality and violence, and pervasive language.

R In Theaters 10/8/2010 , 105min.
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Viewer Score
97%
Viewer score based on 293 ratings
57%
Critic score based on 28 reviews

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March 07, 2013
macdude67
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
vinesldy
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
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\".
November 19, 2011
h2oskier50
This movie was another attack from Hollywood on people trying to do the right thing. DeNiro had a tough job listening to prisoners and trying to determine if they were truly reformed or just saying what was necessary to get out of prison. As a Christian, I felt a personal attack on my lifestyle. Satan is alive and well attacking institutions that are doing what is necessary.
April 16, 2011
lolajane
What a waste of time. Even though i made myself watch it through to the end hoping for meaningful ending, I found the whole damm movie borng,dry, extremly depressing with a pointless ending ., a total waste of my time!.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Variety
Though nearly sabotaged by the ridiculous sexual subplot at its center, this soul-searching drama works best at the character level, couching insights about sin and forgiveness under the guise of conventional genre entertainment. Full Review
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
Say this about Stone: When it's good, it's very good. And this twisty, atmospheric drama is at its best when Edward Norton takes center screen as the title character. Full Review
Carrie Rickey
Philadelphia Inquirer
I was with the movie until its head-scratcher of an ending, too oblique for its own good. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Nothing is etched in anything remotely resembling a hard surface in Stone. Full Review
David Fear
Time Out New York
All ye searching for Primal Fear redux, abandon hope. The character-driven drama he (Curran) offers viewers instead is something far more complex, cracked and unique for an American movie boasting big-name stars: an unblinking glare into the abyss. Full Review
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