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Director Russell Mulcahy Starring: Sean Connery, Christopher Lambert
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    ★★★★★

    “I love this film.”

    Written on: 15/04/2013 by AMcLeod (15 reviews written)

    Highlander is a 1986 fantasy film that tells a story about how immortality isn't all that's it cracked up to be and that it comes with it's consequences. The story centers around a man named Conner MacLeod, going under the name of Russel Nash, who was born in the year 1518 and is now living in the year 1986. Conner/Russel is one of the few remaining Immortals, who are destined to fight each other in sword duels until there is only one left, gaining all the power and knowledge of the Immortals… Read Full Review

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    “Highlander is an 80s classic. Not a great piece of...”

    Written on: 29/09/2009 by kingofreviews (89 reviews written)

    Highlander is an 80s classic. Not a great piece of film making necessarily, but great fun and with some dialogue that became a part of the playground for a generation. Looks a bit dated today, but definitely still worth watching for some of the action scenes and scottish scenery, plus a great soundtrack from Queen… Read Full Review

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