Item description for Sting:Moment of Truth by Dove Canyon Films...
Overview Life was all one big act for wrestling superstar Steve Borden, a.k.a. Sting, who held the World Champion title in the WCW. But the greatest wrestling match of his life was outside the ring, and God was taking him to the mat. Confessing his problems to his wife was the beginning of the process that ultimately helped him overcome his addiction to prescription medication, and the answer to his family's prayers.
Community Description Sting (aka Steve Borden) captured international fame in the professional wrestling world with his outrageous behavior and bizarre personas. His exploits in the ring with fellow stars such as Hulk Hogan, Hall and Nash, Ric Flair, Lex Luger and many others became legendary. But he faced the greatest wrestling match of his life when he found himself confronting the dark side of fame -- a runaway ego, drugs and a failing marriage.
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Actors: Steve Borden
Directors: George King
Format: Collector's Edition, Color, Compilation, Dolby, DVD, Full Screen, NTSC
Region Code: 1 (USA & Canada Only)
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Studio: Dove Canyon Films
Running Time: 96.00 minutes
Record Label Dove Canyon Films
Format Collector's Edition / Color / Compilation
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.1" Width: 5.42" Height: 0.58" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Binding DVD Video
Publisher CNI Distribution
ISBN 2901008410 ISBN13 0881378210006 UPC 881378210006
Reviews - What do customers think about Sting:Moment of Truth?
Worst Wrestling Film Ever Mar 10, 2008
This had to be the most absurd film ever. What I hope was supposed to be a bio-doc on the life and career of Sting (or close to it), the film was a hodge-podge of nonsensical wrestling clips from WCW, audio that did not follow the on screen action during those clips, typos in the credits, and in general, things not making a lick of sense. It's similar to a first edit of a film, yet they didn't bother to fix it up.
There is also (in the beginning) a severe overuse of 'B' roll footage, seemingly used to pad the films run time. The B Roll was intended to give the viewer a sense of where the story is and was, but it ends up making you think of how many boring generic clips can they play in order, to the beat of bad music?
Sting himself has to be a odd person. Having seen his WCW dvd, 'Sting Unmasked', in which Sting stays in character...and his character is a real weirdo, btw. It carries over to this film. This is just a weird film period.
For the diehard Sting fan, or the wrestling fan not wanting to miss out on a tremendously bad wrestling film (which doubles as a Christian recruitment film), check it out for yourself. But be sure to follow along with Derek Burgan's review of the film. Just google for it.