In Lorenzo Lamas's last reincarnation as Alexander the Great, THE SWORDSMAN, the novelty of a psychic cop haunted by a 2000-year-old identity was ludicrous but playable. This time, constrained by shoddy production values, the concept has run out of steam. This is just an updated
sword-and-sandal flick, devoid of bad dubbing and stripped-to-the-waist musclemen.
Although he keeps forgetting it, former detective Andrew Barrett (Lorenzo Lamas) is the rebirth of Alexander the Great. Among the benefits of such a lineage is a keen ability to relive murders in a tactile fashion by touching victims or the weapons that killed them. Andrew's unusual crime-solving