Highlander: The Source

Highlander: The Source

1.2 5
Director: Brett Leonard

Cast: Adrian Paul, Peter Wingfield, Jim Byrnes

     
 
On the twentieth anniversary of the cult sci-fi hit Highlander, the legend is reborn in a new trilogy that follows Immortal Highlander Duncan MacLeod (Adrian Paul) on his journey to discover the origin of the first Immortal and unlock the secret source of eternal life. As the world crumbles to chaos and the city falls down all around him, MacLeod's memories

Overview

On the twentieth anniversary of the cult sci-fi hit Highlander, the legend is reborn in a new trilogy that follows Immortal Highlander Duncan MacLeod (Adrian Paul) on his journey to discover the origin of the first Immortal and unlock the secret source of eternal life. As the world crumbles to chaos and the city falls down all around him, MacLeod's memories drift back to the time he spent with his one true love. Later, when MacLeod comes into contact with a close-knit band of Immortals that include the mysterious Methos and mortal Watcher Joe Dawson, the group sets out on a mission to uncover the secret that has eluded his people for centuries.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/26/2008
UPC:
0031398217893
Original Release:
2006
Rating:
R
Source:
Lions Gate
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time:
1:26:00
Sales rank:
26,772

Special Features

Closed Caption; "Highlander: The Process" - A behind-the scenes documentary; Storyboard-to-scene comparisons; Tribute to Bill Panzer; Highlander video game sneak peek

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Adrian Paul Duncan MacLeod
Peter Wingfield Methos
Jim Byrnes Joe Dawson
Thekla Reuten Actor
Cristian Solimeno Actor

Technical Credits
Brett Leonard Director
Steven Arnold Cinematographer
Mark Bradley Original Story,Screenwriter
Tom Brown Production Designer
Chris Chrisafis Co-producer
Guy Collins Co-producer
Peter S. Davis Producer
Carol Dudley Casting
Leslie Healey Editor
George Kallis Score Composer
Stephen Kay Associate Producer
William N. Panzer Producer
Adrian Paul Executive Producer
B.J. Rack Executive Producer
Michael Ryan Co-producer
Lee Solomon Executive Producer
Donald A. Starr Executive Producer
Daniel J.B. Taylor Executive Producer
Kelvin Watkins Screenwriter

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Highlander: The Source
1. Main Titles/Highlander: The Source [4:03]
2. The Guardian [6:58]
3. Awakening [4:14]
4. Seek the Source [4:04]
5. The Monastery [7:23]
6. The Elder [7:02]
7. Joe's Memory [6:07]
8. Nothing But Death [7:01]
9. It's About Life [7:10]
10. Closer to the Source [5:14]
11. A Trap [6:11]
12. The Source Calls [5:59]
13. There Is Only One [5:34]
14. A Gift From the Source [3:09]
15. End Credits [5:52]

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Highlander: The Source 1.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As a huge fan of both the Highlander TV series and Adrian Paul (not to mention Peter Wingfield et al), I was looking forward to this movie for years. And while it had a couple of genuinely good moments, it felt disjointed and rushed, even as it played way too fast and loose with the Highlander mythos. It felt more like a second-rate science fiction film trying to adapt some Highlander characteristics than an actual Highlander film, and that is inexcusable.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
if they had followed the source material, then maybe... just maybe... aw to hell with it, this movie is crap on the bottom of a boot. and the dogs are sniffin.
Guest More than 1 year ago
one of the worst in the series I hope they at least try to redo this one like they did with the second.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm a huge fan of the genre, and the Highlander series has always been pretty good, but seriously, this was... I'm not sure how it even got from the studio to shelves. The acting was sub-par, and the plot was terrible. The ending was even worse than the plot. Maybe. The plot was pretty bad. It was just flat. You'd think after seasons of material, this movie would not be quite so lifeless, but seriously. It was just kind of disappointing.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago