Quigley Down Under
Quigley Down Under

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Sharpshooter Matt Quigley is hired from Wyoming by an Australian rancher paying a very high price. But when Quigley arrives Down Under, all is not as it seems.... (Full plot summary below)

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Sharpshooter Matt Quigley is hired from Wyoming by an Australian rancher paying a very high price. But when Quigley arrives Down Under, all is not as it seems.

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Washington Post - 9/10 by Rita Kempley X marks the G-spot perhaps, for this is an orgiastic comedy of terrors and errors.
Los Angeles Times - 8/10 by Peter Rainer There's a hushed, rapturous quality to its best parts, though, and the emotional interplay between Ricky and Marina has a scary immediacy that the movies rarely achieve. Almodovar dares a lot in this film. [4 May 1990]
Empire - 8/10 by Damon Wise Almodovar consolidated his status as a challenging and bold filmmaker by forcing Americans to drop their zany preconceptions of him and see his world through his eyes.
Variety - 8/10 by Unknown Almodovar's inventive direction, superb lensing by Jose Luis Alcaine, a fine score by Ennio Morricone and top technical credits make pic a pleasure to watch.
Entertainment Weekly - 7/10 by Owen Gleiberman Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! is seamlessly crafted yet too self-conscious to be much fun.
The New York Times - 6/10 by Vincent Canby Mr. Almodovar's comic invention runs out too soon, leaving the audience to giggle weakly in anticipation of the big laughs and disorienting shocks that never arrive.
Chicago Sun-Times - 6/10 by Roger Ebert
TV Guide Magazine - 6/10 by Unknown Staying with Tie Me Up! demands some patience, but the director's timing never fails him, and he brings things to a close on an upbeat note.
The Dissolve - 6/10 by Keith Phipps Abril and Banderas are both terrific as the lovers-to-be... Almodóvar makes it easy to root for them to get together and balance each other out, but that means getting past the situation that brought them together in the first place, and the tension makes the movie queasy even when it’s compelling.
Chicago Sun-Times - 6/10 by Roger Ebert The movie is too flighty and uncentered, and it allows actual violence to break the spell when false alarms would have sufficed.
The Globe and Mail (Toronto) - 5/10 by Jay Scott In terms of psychology, it's an abysmal failure, too real to be symbolic, too symbolic to be realistic. [25 May 1990]

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