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Reverend Meteor

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Subj: Re: Watched Highlander II last night
Posted: Wed Feb 21, 2018 at 02:15:35 pm EST (Viewed 225 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Watched Highlander II last night
Posted: Wed Feb 21, 2018 at 08:47:47 am EST (Viewed 236 times)

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    What you have scarred your memory with was the Director Cut version that omits mention of planet zeist and instead sets them up as being from a distant past/ancient civilization. (an alternate earth would have been better)



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    However aside from a few scenes added in, you saw the same garbage that the rest of us have seen.



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    Now for something truly bad here is a youtube file of the Peter Pan/Fairy Tale ending to HL2 that was shown in Europe.



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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NW1qHfhe_TM



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    And now that you have scarred your memory with HL2.....do you DARE to fry and lobotomize your brain by watching Highlander 5: The Source? As weak as HL3 and HL 4 are, they were better then HL2. HL5 is THE WORST of the Highlander movies.



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    Go ahead....I DARE YOU to watch Highlander 5 The Source!
    \(devil\)


Eventually I will. I didn't watch Highlander III last night like I planned. But I did watch the episode of Highlander where they killed off Richie. I think I must have quit watching the show in season 4 or early season 5 because I didn't see Richie's death the first time around. But I finally watched it last night.


Richie's demise was the end of season five and a bad story.

Go back in season five and watch the two part story about the four horsemen


If you watch Highlander Five, I will not be responsible for any detrimental affect it will have upon you \:\)


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