Highlander: The Final Dimension
Starts off in the 15th century, with Connor McLeod (Christopher Lambert) training with another immortal swordsman, the Japanese sorcerer Nakano (Mako). When an evil immortal named Kane (Mario Van Peebles) kills the old wizard, the resulting battle leaves him buried in an underground cave. When Kane resurfaces in the 20th century to create havoc, it's up to McLeod to stop him.
- Stars:Christopher Lambert, Mario Van Peebles, Deborah Kara Unger, Mako, Raoul Trujillo, Jean-Pierre Perusse, Martin Neufeld, Frederick Y. Okimura, Daniel Do, Gabriel Kakon, Louis Bertignac, Michael Jayston, Zenhu Han, Akira Inoue, Darcy Laurie,
- Country:Canada, France, UK
- Director:Andrew Morahan,
- Writer:Gregory Widen (characters), Brad Mirman (story), William N. Panzer (story), Paul Ohl (screenplay)
Deceived that he had won the Prize, Connor MacLeod awakens from a peaceful life when an entombed immortal magician comes seeking the Highlander. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Highlander: The Final Dimension torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: A bunch of emotional stuff, rolled into a movie that drags and drags to a bland end. With characters that act like if they haven't had their coffee yet.
(ru) wrote: This movie has the feel of a family movie (spoiler warning), and then the antagonist just gets gunned down in the back of the head. I mean, he didn't even instantly die, it was like a slow confused "I've been shot in the head!?" death. The plots absolutely awful, and I still don't exactly know why the antagonist wanted the ticket. If you like corny children's movies and also like spine tingly GSW's to the occipital lobe, give it a try.
(mx) wrote: Slow-paced Australian drama that shines with a mostly easy-going aura. Overall this film is a good story of romance developing naturally by chance, but it may lack the right degree of substance for some viewers.
(ca) wrote: drivel, pretentious drivel
(ag) wrote: Charming film about a boy enduring the troubles of an all boy's boarding school in South Africa, good to see John Cleese playing his manic self... definitely worth a watch!
(au) wrote: Shot during the post-Kent State "law and order" election of 1970, Punishment Park can seem so outrageous as to verge on camp, but few other films capture so painfully the rhetoric and desperation of the times while resonating as profoundly relevant some 40+ years later..
(au) wrote: Parody of the buddy comedy action flick. Some juvenile humor but it's got some clever too. Franco and Rogen are always fun to watch
(nl) wrote: excellent film adapted from del shores wonderful play