CLIFFHANGER (Theatrical Release USA 1993)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.0|5.0 Starsìììì

Cliffhanger—the story fills its cup—may not be perfect, but somehow it doesn’t matter because it’s an interesting watch, gives an eyeful of Sylvester Stallone, and has the definition of drama down. The climbing scenes are gripping. John Lithgow, cast as the villain, adds interest. The action is well paced. The film, oddly enough, earns re-watchable status and serves as an addition to the home video collection.

 Storyline

 Suitcases full of cash are lost in the Rocky Mountains.

Photograph Courtesty of Wikipedia

 Additional Thanks

 Thank you to Director Renny Harlin for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producer Mario Cassar for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include:  Gabe Walker (Sylvester Stallone), Qualn (John Lithgow), Hal Tucker (Michael Booker), Jessie Deighan (Janine Turner), Travers (Rex Linn), Kristel (Caroline Goodall), Kynette (Leon), Delmar (Craig Fairbrass), Ryan (Gregory Scott Cummins), Heldon (Denis Forest), Sarah (Michelle Joyner), Evan (Max Perlich), Walter Wright (Paul Winfield), Frank (Ralph Waite), and Brett (Trey Brownell). 


Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

 Yes. The story is wonderful and it was with pride that Ben Meyers critiqued the movie.

 Ben Meyers

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