Another failed attempt to make Tom Selleck a movie star, this is a handsomely mounted but vapid western that lumbers across the screen for two hours, providing little entertainment. Selleck is Matthew Quigley, a 19th century sharpshooter from Wyoming who is summoned to Australia by
rancher Elliott Marston (Alan Rickman). Fresh off the boat, Quigley saves an American prostitute named Crazy Cora (Laura San Giacomo) from a group of ruffians who turn out to be employees of Marston. They take Quigley--and Cora--to Marston's ranch. When Quigley learns that he's been hired to kill
aborigines, he throws Marston out a window, which prompts the rancher to order his men to dr...