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Quigley Down Under 1990 123movies

Quigley Down Under 1990 123movies

There's a price on his head. A girl on his mind. And a twinkle in his eye.119 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Sharpshooter Matt Quigley is hired from America by an Australian rancher so he can shoot aborigines at a distance. Quigley takes exception to this and leaves. The rancher tries to kill him for refusing, and Quigley escapes into the brush with a woman he rescued from some of the rancher’s men, and are helped by aborigines. Quigley returns the help, before going on to destroy all his enemies.
Plot: American Matt Quigley answers Australian land baron Elliott Marston’s ad for a sharpshooter to kill the dingoes on his property. But when Quigley finds out that Marston’s real target is the aborigines, Quigley hits the road. Now, even American expatriate Crazy Cora can’t keep Quigley safe in his cat-and-mouse game with the homicidal Marston.
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You sure look pretty in the morning sun.
Underseen western which , after a few theatrical misfires (though I also enjoyed him in High Road to China), gave Tom Selleck a role which suited him perfectly. A role which, as a previous comment stated, John Wayne would have been right at home in. It can be argued that this is just a politically correct revisionist western wherein the American witnesses injustices on aborginals in a foreign land and is outraged to action despite the utter mistreatment of native Indians during this same period back home. Some may say it is so, but I prefer to think of Quigley as a man who came to Australia BECAUSE of the injustices he’s known back home and is looking perhaps for something better. Selleck represents, as did John Wayne, the decent and noble side of America, and there is no doubt that this is a man given to stand up and do the right thing no matter where he is, Wyoming or Fremantle.

This aside, Quigley succeeds most as a light romance amidst the traditional shoot em up scenario. In fact, the love story is what drives it along most and provides it’s most special moments. During a heartfelt speech beside the campfire, Cora relates how heartbreaking it was for her to have her Husband Roy, who blamed her for the death of their child, put her on a ship to Australia and walk away from her life not looking back. This is what matters to her most, as it matters to Quigley that she call him by his right name or he won’t share his bed. When presented with their first parting, Quigley leaves Cora and the Aborigine baby in the cave and though assuring her he will return for her he rides away, without stopping to look back.

This is mere oversight on his part and it leads to the most moving scene in the film, one which never fails to bring a tear to my eye – when they are again about to be parted she asks him “I’ll never see you again, Will I”. He can’t say because of what’s ahead for him, but he puts his hand on her cheek and says “You sure look pretty in the morning sun”. As he mounts his horse and rides off Cora watches after him wondering, as we are wondering, if he’ll stop and look back. And then he does. It’s one of the most thoughtful and emotionally fleeting moments in movie history. Too bad it hasn’t been seen and appreciated by more people.

The musical score, by Basil Poledouris, is also a treat and it hits all the right notes. His score for Conan the Barbarian is an acknowledged classic but here I think he goes a step better. It truly is a nice piece of music to hear amid the action and quieter moments.

Quigley is a very good modern day western. It won’t fail to entertain and it must surely be a film which both men and women can enjoy together. If they made more of these kinds of movies I definitely wouldn’t complain.

Review By: cutter-12 Rating: 8 Date: 2001-10-31
You sure look pretty in the morning sun.
Underseen western which , after a few theatrical misfires (though I also enjoyed him in High Road to China), gave Tom Selleck a role which suited him perfectly. A role which, as a previous comment stated, John Wayne would have been right at home in. It can be argued that this is just a politically correct revisionist western wherein the American witnesses injustices on aborginals in a foreign land and is outraged to action despite the utter mistreatment of native Indians during this same period back home. Some may say it is so, but I prefer to think of Quigley as a man who came to Australia BECAUSE of the injustices he’s known back home and is looking perhaps for something better. Selleck represents, as did John Wayne, the decent and noble side of America, and there is no doubt that this is a man given to stand up and do the right thing no matter where he is, Wyoming or Fremantle.

This aside, Quigley succeeds most as a light romance amidst the traditional shoot em up scenario. In fact, the love story is what drives it along most and provides it’s most special moments. During a heartfelt speech beside the campfire, Cora relates how heartbreaking it was for her to have her Husband Roy, who blamed her for the death of their child, put her on a ship to Australia and walk away from her life not looking back. This is what matters to her most, as it matters to Quigley that she call him by his right name or he won’t share his bed. When presented with their first parting, Quigley leaves Cora and the Aborigine baby in the cave and though assuring her he will return for her he rides away, without stopping to look back.

This is mere oversight on his part and it leads to the most moving scene in the film, one which never fails to bring a tear to my eye – when they are again about to be parted she asks him “I’ll never see you again, Will I”. He can’t say because of what’s ahead for him, but he puts his hand on her cheek and says “You sure look pretty in the morning sun”. As he mounts his horse and rides off Cora watches after him wondering, as we are wondering, if he’ll stop and look back. And then he does. It’s one of the most thoughtful and emotionally fleeting moments in movie history. Too bad it hasn’t been seen and appreciated by more people.

The musical score, by Basil Poledouris, is also a treat and it hits all the right notes. His score for Conan the Barbarian is an acknowledged classic but here I think he goes a step better. It truly is a nice piece of music to hear amid the action and quieter moments.

Quigley is a very good modern day western. It won’t fail to entertain and it must surely be a film which both men and women can enjoy together. If they made more of these kinds of movies I definitely wouldn’t complain.

Review By: cutter-12 Rating: 8 Date: 2001-10-31

Other Information:

Original Title Quigley Down Under
Release Date 1990-10-17
Release Year 1990

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 59 min (119 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated PG-13
Genre Action, Adventure, Drama, Romance, Western
Director Simon Wincer
Writer John Hill
Actors Tom Selleck, Laura San Giacomo, Alan Rickman, Chris Haywood
Country Australia, USA
Awards 2 wins & 1 nomination.
Production Company Pathé Entertainment
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby SR
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory Colorfilm Pty. Ltd., Sydney, Australia
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Panavision (anamorphic)
Printed Film Format 35 mm

Quigley Down Under 1990 123movies
Quigley Down Under 1990 123movies
Quigley Down Under 1990 123movies
Quigley Down Under 1990 123movies
Quigley Down Under 1990 123movies
Quigley Down Under 1990 123movies
Quigley Down Under 1990 123movies
Quigley Down Under 1990 123movies
Quigley Down Under 1990 123movies
Quigley Down Under 1990 123movies
Original title Quigley Down Under
TMDb Rating 6.6 238 votes

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