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NEW Highlander - Highlander (Blu-ray)

4.2 out of 5 stars 114 customer reviews

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  • Language: English, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 114 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B001AQO3XS
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #38,285 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Format: VHS Tape
HIGHLANDER was undoubtedly among the best of the medieval/fantasy/Dungeons and Dragons sort of movies that proliferated in the 1980s. The choice of the brooding Christopher Lambert was perfect for the part of the Highlander, Conner MacLeod. There is a quiet intensity to his acting, and it works well here. Sean Connery, as his mentor and fellow-immortal, Ramirez strikes just the right balance of swashbuckling and seriousness. His acting is perfect. (So what else is new?)
For me, however, Clancy Brown's Kurgan steals the film. His physical features and bug-eyed grin are dead perfect! And his way over-the-top performance, at times, makes you a little afraid of his character, but he makes you laugh, as well. The confrontation between Kurgan and Conner in a church is a great balance of wit and tension.
The battles in Scotland, at the beginning of the film, and the mayhem in the streets of New York City at the end are priceless. My favorite moment: Kurgan steals a car and takes Conner's love interest for a ride. As he careens through the potholes and traffic, he quietly sings "New York, New York". Now I know where all our cabdrivers take their lessons from. HIGHLANDER is a great piece of quality mind candy that actually tackles some deep issues.
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Format: DVD
First, I must confess that I rented the movie because my favorite music group, Queen, was doing the soundtrack. But, unlike Flash Gordon, this movie actually has Queen songs right in it! But, as I watched this movie, I began to get really involved in the story. Christopher Lambert(who, in my opinion, is really hot in this movie!) plays Conner Macleod, a Scottish warrior who has been alive for over 300 years. He has come to NYC to battle the last remaining immortals, for there can be only one! The guy who plays Kurgan freaked the sh*t out of me! He was generally scary! I think one of the reasons I loved this movie was because of the underlying love story. I almost cried when Nash lit the candle in the church! Anyway, if you love Queen as much as I do, you'll love to hear their music throughout the movie. Even if you don't like Queen (I can't imagine why you wouldn't, but...), you'll love this winding tale of horror, love, and a kind of magic!
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Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
This has always been one of my all time favorites,though I can't see why they made sequels. I first saw it because Queen made the soundtrack, and I am a fan. I had never seen the director's cut and it answered an important question. Towards the end, as Connor leaves his assistant in his office, he tells her "Hey, it's a kind of magic" (which is the title to the corresponding Queen album.) I never understood why he said that. A scene in this version answers the question. I'll say no more on this. The only thing that surprised me, though it affected my kids more than me, is that the Blu-ray only comes with an English audio track. It's not like they do not have enough room on a Blu-ray. They could dub it in 50 languages. I bought this in Canada (amazon.ca), so I expected a French track.
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Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Disappointed with this purchase, primarily because nowhere in the product description or packaging was it indicated that this 'Exclusive Limited-Edition SteelBook Blu-ray' was in fact the much-maligned 'Director's Cut' of the movie. I made the purchase under the assumption that i was finally getting a blu-ray version of the original theatrical release; it wasn't until the blu-ray was out of the package that the fine print on the disc identified it as the 'Director's Cut' (which has already been discussed at great length by other reviewers, so no need to carry on that debate). Gorgeous packaging, though...
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Format: DVD
It takes some viewing time before the plot scenario becomes fully developed, it opens in modern America with a sword battle between two men that takes place in a parking garage. You learn very quickly that this is no simple fight, when the loser’s head is cut off the body is consumed by a mysterious energy that causes a great deal of collateral damage to the garage and the cars in it.
In the companion opening section, the title character (Connor MacLeod) is in Scotland several centuries ago and one of the fighters in a clan war. He is stabbed in the chest and presumed dead, yet comes back to life. His fellow clan members consider him to be a tool of the Devil, so he is beaten and about to be “killed.” However, one of the powerful leaders of the clan allows him to flee instead.
Eventually, we learn that he is a member of a race of near immortals that can only be killed by having their head completely severed. Over the centuries, their role is to fight to the death in one-on-one battles until only one of them remains. Apparently, the fighting must be face-to-face, no sneaking up decapitations are allowed.
Within this complicated scenario there are two love stories, a dandy fellow immortal played by Sean Connery, an enterprising and very intelligent female forensic crime specialist, a powerful, ruthless and sadistic villain and the history of an immortal man that somehow has to conceal that trait from nearly everyone.
There is a climactic battle (naturally) and a conclusion that is somewhat inconsistent with the terms of the pact between the immortals. No explanations are given regarding their origin or the reasons why they must fight, only that they must. If you like extreme rock-em-sock-em swordplay, then you will love this movie. The weapons wielded by the immortals may look like swords, but they can pass through steel.
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