The first western sniper story I've ever seen.
<FONT size="+1">This is a fun film</FONT> that lets you feel feirce indignation, then a great swell of vengful joy as Quigley, his unlikely sidekick Crazy Cora, and the Aboriginals of Australia triumph over one truly evil character.<BR> <BR> <I>Tom Selleck</I> does a good job as Quigley, his quiet and confident demeanor exactly what one would want in a western fantasy hero - and that handheld artilery peice he uses may be hard to swallow, but it makes for a unique movie.<BR> <BR> <I>Laura San Giacomo</I> is a riot in this film. Her crazed character is played on the fine line between quietly destroyed and ragingly insane - her acting was easy for me to belive and her character was at once fun and profoundly sad.<BR> <BR> Of course, <I>Alan Rickman</I> provides a fantastic evil character for us to instantly loath.<BR> <BR> If nothing else, the scenery of wild Australia makes this movie worth watching. The land is beautiful, and the camera is used to full advantage in showing it off. Read More
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