Highlander II: The Quickening
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Doctor: They must've taken about a hundred bullets each.
[Connor and Ramirez sit up on the tables.]
Connor MacLeod: A hundred and eight.
Juan Ramirez: A hundred and twelve myself.

Corda: Time to say goodbye, Highlander.
Conner MacLeod: Why? You going somewhere?

Juan Ramirez: You've remembered almost everything I taught you.
Conner MacLeod: I've had a lot of practice lately.
Juan Ramirez: There is no substitute for experience.
Conner MacLeod: What experience? You've been dead for five hundred years.

Katana: The remains of your mortal wife. So frail. So earthy. So very dead.
Conner MacLeod: At least she's at peace.
Katana: Peace is highly overrated.
Conner MacLeod: Things don't change, Katana, I like that. After all these years, you're still a jerk.

Ramirez: Most people have a full measure of life... and most people just watch it slowly drip away. But if you can summon it all up... at one time... in one place... you can accomplish something... glorious.

Katana: Ashes to ashes, dust to dust. If you don't take it out and use it, it's going to rust.

Continuity mistake: Near the end of the movie, Katana and Blake are worrying about the possibility that MacLeod has spoken with Neyman and knows the exact coordinates of the hole in the shield. That's odd, because a few scenes before we see Katana and Blake monitoring MacLeod as he speaks with Neyman in the prison Max. There Neyman tells the coordinates. So they know he knows.

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Trivia: The producers didn't want to make a sequel to the original, but were pressed to do so by foreign investors due to the original being a hot-seller on VHS. During production, filming became a nightmare, as the script was constantly being re-written to contrive different ways to continue the story, and the film went over budget, causing the insurance companies involved to take over production and further "mess with" the storyline and effects to get it done quickly and cheaply. Director Russell Mulcahy was so ashamed of the finished film, he walked out of the premier before the end of the first act, and co-stars Christopher Lambert, Sean Connery and Michael Ironside have all admitted that the film was absolutely terrible. Lambert only finished filming because he was contractually obligated to the sequel, whereas Connery only made the film due to his friendship with Lambert and the steep paycheck he received, which he wanted to donate to charities he supported.

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