Highlander III: The Final Dimension or The Sorcerer is something of a reboot. Rather than following along in the timeline set by The Quickening, The Sorcerer ends Connor’s marriage to Brenda and is set in modern time (1994), before the climate changes in The Quickening. But does the ignorance of a terrible sequel make this even a halfway good one? At the end of Highlander, Connor MacLeod was the last immortal alive, and he won The Prize- the ability to commune with the thoughts of all living people and supposedly the chance to die as a normal human.
Starting at 1 pm EST today, our Corner Booth text chat will be hosting a special movie day with the viewing of "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone." Join along with your fellow chatters in watching Harry's first year at... Read Post
Highlander is a flawed movie- not terrible, but flawed. The Shadow is not seen as a very good movie, and the spawn of the two is a largely forgettable movie that becomes the best of the Highlander sequels. Highlander: The Quickening... Read Post
Many movie franchises have a single sequel that is so poorly received that they complete reboot the sequel franchise. Usually, such a franchise is so off-base that they produce more than one- it’s fairly rare that one of four sequel... Read Post