Quigley Down Under

Quigley Down Under

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.

Matthew Quigley is an American rifleman who travels to the Australian, where his new boss expects him to kill Aborigines. He fights against the boss, gets rescued by Aborigines, and plots his revenge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Quigley Down Under torrent reviews

Shawn G (es) wrote: This is a great movie, my son likes this movie

Collin B (ca) wrote: Pelotero es muy bueno. Me gusta pelotero esd interesante. Es sobre biesbol en la RD.

Andrew P (ru) wrote: It just felt like there were too many music breaks to show the scenery and it makes it really seem like this film was only an hour long, so they had to put those scenes in to make it longer. Predictable and film felt very flat

Mary L (it) wrote: A poor representation of the book.

Valentina R (nl) wrote: not bad but predicted

Diane B (es) wrote: Enjoyed the movie - did not care for the ending. Good pairing of Kevin and Robin.

Susie M (ru) wrote: Gotta love Willem working for Susan as a drug dealer.

Fernando C (br) wrote: when I was a child, I loved to watch this movie on saturday nights

Miss M (kr) wrote: It was the 3rd of June another sleepy, dusty , delta day!

RJohn X (it) wrote: I believe this one was supposed to be a comedy. I mean how else does one explain the whole over the top origin story? A filthy beggar, a mute girl, and a disgusting Marques? Plus what the hell is the servant girl doing just floating in the pond? There is no transformation sequence, which is like totally lame. As is the whole born on Jesus' birthday as insult to heaven thing. Really makes Jesus look like a total crybaby jerk. I will give the movie some credit for the little boy with fangs at the window tho, that image should be more iconic than the furry Oliver Reed. Strange, very strange movie.

Johnny T (kr) wrote: Touching, topical, emotionally raw and delicately directed, it's a heartfelt road film full of humour and pathos that never puts a foot wrong and never, ever, cheats its audience. The performances throughout resonate with authenticity. There's a lot to like in Last Cab to Darwin, not least the chance to watch Michael Caton stretching himself in a role that requires restraint of his comic gifts in favour of his dramatic ones. Of course with a road trip movie comes the usual "interesting characters met along the way" route, and it's during these detours that Last Cab to Darwin loses its way. Regardless, the macabre undertow of a man racing against time to end his life is countered with vibrant imagery, director of photography Steve Arnold's visuals awash with colours that outback Australia beckons to be captured and only adds to the curiously light tone of the film. The film shows little trace of its theatrical origins, not least because it consists of one ravishing shot of the blood-orange outback after another, and Sims wrings gentle pleasures from this most unlikely of subjects. Had Last Cab to Darwin not have Caton as its Rex, it would have been a tedious journey indeed. It's not so much the destination but the physical and emotional journey embarked on in this thoughtful, culturally authentic road trip.VERDICT: "In The Zone" - [Mixed Reaction] These kinds of movies are usually movies that had some good things, but some bad things kept it from being amazing. This rating says buy an ex-rental or a cheap price of the DVD to own. If you consider cinema, ask for people's opinion on the film. (Films that are rated 2.5 or 3 stars)