Conner MacLeod (Christopher Lambert) returns in this, the third film in the Highlander series. MacLeod is an "Immortal," a 16th century Scottish soldier who has been both blessed and cursed with the gift of eternal life. After the death of his beloved wife (a common occurrence for him, but one he's never gotten used to), MacLeod travels to Japan during the feudal era where he encounters a fellow immortal, the wizard and swordsman Nakano (Mako). Nakano and MacLeod become friends, and the Scott learns many valuable lessons from the wise magician; however, when Nakamo's arch enemy Kane (Mario Van Peebles) -- an immortal who has pledged himself to evil -- finds the sorcerer's hideaway, he promptly chops off the magician's head. The attack causes Nakamo's cave to collapse with Kane trapped inside, and McLeod narrowly escapes. Moving into the 20th century, MacLeod is in New York City where he's become romantically involved with Alex Johnson (Deborah Unger), an archeologist who is planning a dig in Japan; however, the site she's excavating just so happens to be the cave where Kane remains trapped inside. Once the villain is freed, he sets out to find MacLeod and determine once and for all who is to be the final immortal. Highlander: The Final Dimension was trimmed of two sex scenes for its American theatrical release, though they were restored when the film was brought out on home video. Despite the suggestion of the title "The Final Dimension," a fourth Highlander film was released in 2000.~Mark Deming
The movie itself deserves more than three stars, but the blu-ray transfer is horrible and bare bones.No scene selection or menu of any kind, and I'm still not sure if it looks better than it does on dvd. My advice is to wait for a better blu-ray version to be released.
This review is from Highlander 3: The Sorcerer [Blu-ray] 
No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Deborah Kara Unger Is the Highlight
Of all the 'Highlander' sequels, this third installment of the series is the best, unfortunately that's not saying a whole lot. The main problem that arises, just as it did in the previous sequel, is that nothing really flows properly or makes any sense when put into the context of the first film. The highlight of this film, and I mean it, is the stunningly gorgeous Deborah Kara Unger. Widescreen.
This review is from The Highlander: The Final Dimension [Special Director's Cut] [DVD] 
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 2 out of 5 stars
This movie did not keep my interest. It just didn't feel like it went anywhere.
This review is from The Highlander: The Final Dimension [Special Director's Cut] [DVD]