"Cliffhanger" is still listed as the top rental, but it's hanging on by only a thread. Many video retailers will tell you that "Sleepless in Seattle," the wholesome romantic tale featuring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, is their top rental--though it entered the chart at No. 6. "The Firm" and "Dave" haven't shown up yet on the chart either, but at many stores they're available by waiting list only. On the next rental chart these three newcomers should be in the Top 5. "Made in America," starring Whoopi Goldberg and Ted Danson, continues to be a very popular rental, moving up a notch to No. 4. Some feared the infamous Goldberg-Danson blackface incident at the Friars Club would translate into a backlash against the movie in the rental market, but so far it hasn't. "Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story" was a box-office hit ($35-million gross) and has strong appeal to the martial arts fans that still revere the late star. It premiered at No. 8 and has a good shot at breaking into the Top 5. "Super Mario Bros.," which was trashed by critics but recorded a respectable theatrical gross ($20.5 million), premiered at No. 18. Bad word-of-mouth may hamper its chances of reaching the Top 10.