By Josh Wayner
U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- I fondly recall the first time I saw Quigley Down Under. I was probably ten, maybe a bit younger. Up until I saw that movie, the only westerns I watched were the classic 1950s gunslinger or Cowboys-and-Indians titles.
There was something very different about Quigley and I recall it always being somehow separate but equal to the others.
For those that haven’t have the privilege of seeing the film, I’ll give you a brief rundown before I get into the meat of the review. Set in Australia, the story follows the title character Matthew Quigley, played by Tom Selleck, as he reports for work on a massive ranch owned by Allan Rickman’s Mr. Marsden. Quigley demonstrates his marksmanship abilities for his new employer, however is quickly found opposite Marsden when asked to use his rifle to kill natives. Quigley’s refusal ends up getting him into lots of trouble when he is taken by surprise and left for dead in the Outback with his distraught and mentally unstable ward, Cora. It all ends well as Quigley uses his …Read the Rest