James Stewart stars as a railroad man hired to secretly carry a payroll despite his suspected connections to outlaws
Mountaineering action movie with Sylvester Stallone going up against terrorists led by a sneering John Lithgow
Big-budget nonsense that still manages to provide plenty of thrills thanks to its high-rise settings.
Stallone stars as the mountaineer whose career is effectively brought to an end after he is unable to stop a climber from tumbling to her death. However, he is forced to think again when there's the small matter of stopping terrorists to consider.
Harlin, a seasoned action director, knows how to draw tension out of a situation, here creating a stunning opening sequence and lots of mountain top suspense, while Stallone does his likeable hunk act quite adequately.
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