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we also have a purpose built distribution centre in tokyo where we despatch well over 1000 orders every day! Editorial Reviews Amazon.com One must assume that Christopher Lambert signed a contract forcing him to make this second sequel to the 1986 cult film Highlander. Unless he was paid an enormous amount of money, there is no explanation for his appearance in this abysmal movie. The original feature, which was graced with the presence of Sean Connery, was a critical yawn but attracted a cult following on the strength of its supernatural story line. An overproduced and muddled sequel followed, as well as a syndicated TV series and a video flick spliced together from the series. One would think audiences had had enough of this clansman who can die only if decapitated. This installment begins 400 years ago, when Lambert is in Japan perfecting his swordsmanship with the aid of another immortal, a wizard who soon loses his head to a scenery-chewing Mario Van Peebles. The ebb and flow of warring energies cause the wizard's cave to close in on itself, sealing the evil Peebles inside a mountain for four centuries. Flash to the present: Peebles escapes his rocky prison and immediately goes in search of the lethargic Lambert. Though shot on location in Canada, France, Morocco, and Scotland, this has all the production value of a student film. Under the helm of music-video director Andy Morahan, the movie is jumpy and jumbled, leaping from one ridiculous scene to another. --Rochelle O'Gorman Movies TV => Genre for Featured Categories => Action Adventure Next Day UK Delivery Fashion Wedding Bridal Gifts, Glass French National Flag Cufflin Clearance For Sale Shop Outlet Cheap For First, this film has its mistakes made by the producers. I cannot understand how dumb those lackeys who follow Kane are. They know he's scum, they have to know he's going to off their heads the moment it suits him, yet they somehow do not. I hate dumb characters who likewise do not make me laugh. Such attributes lowers the overall quality of a picture, I think.I bought this bluray because, despite the minor mistakes in the film, I adore the scenes where Macleod revisits Scotland. I love the Highlander concept and think Greg Widen did great in first creating it all. The original Highlander, which I also recently bought, has a very high quality remaster for its Lionsgate bluray. Unfortunately, Concorde, did not do as well in terms of quality. The colors and picture are bad; barely meeting the 2K standard. My UHD monitor was not able to deliver it very well to mine eyes.Considering the cost, I would wish the bluray was at least given a coat of grain to compensate the lackluster picture quality. Sound was nice enough--but I want to see the wrinkles and acne scars, at least the hairs on their heads. I kind of saw some hairs, but the picture is just too milky to warrant 30 dollars.I want half my money back, please. Thanks!Always did like this one. Not the best of the Highlander movies, but plenty good. It makes a huge, gaping flaw in the story though- it takes place 8 years after Connor Macleod killed the Kurgan to claim the Prize. Well, technically he did NOT claim the prize because the bad guy in this one (with his 2 immortal followers) were still alive but buried underneath rubble for almost 400 years. And even if that were not so, Duncan Macleod and all of his immortal friends and foes from the tv series (and Colin Macleod from the anime movie) would have been around, too. Okay, I'm getting far too into it here. This one and Highlander 2 were pretty much just there to milk the franchise for more money, but I still like it. This is one of my favorite Highlander movies, and for the life of me I have no idea why so many didn't like this one as much. All I can say is yes it does follow the first Highlander film way to closely, especially the bad guy's portrayal, but it also stands on it's own adding to the mythological fantasy of one of my all time favorite movie and tv franchises of all time, "The Highlander" Christopher Lambert is simply awesome in this role, and I really enjoy many of the films and shows he has made over the years. Highlander 3 pretty much skips the plot of part 2, and one can state it can tie in with the TV show also. We learn how McCloud, the Highlander hero, learns the mystical arts from a Ninja Master in Japan who has magical powers that the "Ghengis Khan" like villain steals. Then on to the present day where he believes he has defeated the last of the bad guys from the previous movie, but learns this "Darth Vader or Khan" like villain had been frozen in time and reawakened by Japanese earthquake scientists. The villain is on the loose in NYC, where the hero has to fight him Ninja style in a cosmic duel of time and space itself.A great movie for Highlander fans; it's both thrilling and action packed! Does not fit in well with the TV series though, since there's supposed to be only one. Love the main character. The villain was cool, but a bit cheesy at times. Remember that the movie is old when watching it, so don't expect the graphics to be amazing.What do you do when you have an opportunity to make a sequel to a mvie with a completely closed ending? Make it anyways. At the end of the original Highlander movie, Connor MacLeod had defeated the last of the immortals. He could grow old and die. He could have children. The power of all then immortals in a single mind allowed him to know the thoughts of others and help make the world a better place.Oops! Wait! There are still immortals alive, hidden in seclusion on holy ground. Connor only THOUGHT that he had won the prize. And thus, with a blatant attempt at explaining away something that had already happened, the producers opened to door to another Highlander movie.This movie does have some redeeming qualities. Deborah Unger is the first. Amazingly sexy and paired well with Christopher Lambert, This movie is worth buying because she is in it. Another such redeeming quality is the sequence where Connor returns to the Highlands to find the strength and inspiration to go on. Backed by the amazing music of Loreena McKennitt, this part of the movie almost redeems the whole.This is the Third installment of the Highlander movie series, and it is truly the sequel to the first. Againg, the first movie was never intended to have a sequel, but this one did a better job at addapting the first movies story line. Remember, the second movie (the Quickening) was never really intended to be a sequel and to be a different piece of the puzzle, although it was a calculation that misfired with fans and the box office because it did use sean connery and christopher lambert again. The action is good, and it stays true to the highlander themes. But, this movie essentially is the first one retold again, with the explanation that "oops, I guess there was one more alive", a lame cop out to get a sequel. But, again for the collector, you will need this movie in the collection. It is good as a primer to watch the first one again. Fashion Wedding Bridal Gifts, Glass French National Flag Cufflin Highlander: Final Dimension VHS

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