Stallone on the Edge: The Making of Cliffhanger (1993)

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"I have a fear of falling... heights don't bother me." OK making of.

Stallone on the Edge: The Making of Cliffhanger is a 20 minute documentary found on the American special edition DVD of the rather fabulous action flick Cliffhanger (1993) & is one that was made to promote the film around the time of it's original release, in fact Stallone is interviewed in it wearing his costume from Demolition Man (1993).

This is made up almost entirely of sound-bites & clips from on the set itself, lots of people repeatedly say how high they are & how dangerous it is. Stallone comes across alright in this, director Harlin comes across as stiff & most of it is shameless back patting self promotion.

There are some neat behind the scenes segments although there isn't much information on the actual making of it, nothing on the effects or the story & little on the actors. You know the sort of thing it's just some on the set footage mixed with some of the best actions scenes from the finished film itself.

Stallone on the Edge: The Making of Cliffhanger is an OK way to pass 20 minutes but don't expect to learn much about the making of it, this is self promotion all the way with a few nice behind the scenes moments. Worth watching if your a fan of the film, like me.


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