Since the series finished its run in 1998, there has been
movie set in this particular Highlander universe where the Game
is still a long way from its conclusion.
Endgame was pilloried by fans and critics alike on its release in
September, 2000. A lot of this criticism was due to the appalling edit
that Dimension Films did, leading to a film with most of its best bits
left on the cutting room floor. Even now I can't understand why it
ever thought an 87-minute film would work - if nothing else, it's
tantamount to a rip off.
for me, I didn't see the film until the 101-minute version was
released on DVD. By that time, my expectations were rock bottom. While
not overwhelmed by the film, I've come to look on it as a valid part
of the Highlander mythos, although certain bits work better
than others. At least in this version we see why Jacob Kell is the way
he is, plus we even get to see Methos with some chunky dialogue and
Joe Dawson make an appearance too.