- Actores: Tom Selleck, Laura San Giacomo, Alan Rickman
- Directores: Simon Wincer
- Productores: Stanley O'Toole, Alexandra Rose
- Formato: Color, DVD, PAL, Subtitulado, Pantalla ancha
- Audio: Italiano (Mono), Alemán (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), Inglés (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), Francés (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), Castellano (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
- Subtítulos: Castellano, Francés, Italiano, Holandés, Sueco, Finlandés, Noruego, Danés, Griego
- Subtítulos para sordos: Inglés, Alemán
- Región: Región 2 (Más información sobre Formatos de DVD.)
- Relación de aspecto: 2.35:1
- Número de discos: 1
- Calificación española (ICAA): Apta para todos los públicos
- Estudio: T.C.F.H.E. España, S.A.
- Fecha de lanzamiento: 15 jul 2003
- Duración: 115 minutos
- Valoración media de los clientes: 5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ver todas las opiniones (2 opiniones de clientes)
- ASIN: B0053C8EJO
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº9.117 en Cine y Series TV (Ver el Top 100 en Cine y Series TV)
Un vaquero sin rumbo [DVD]
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A su llegada a Australia, con nada más que una montura y su preciado rifle Sharps de 1,80 mt., Matthew Quigley, un tirador de primera americano, cree que le han contratado para matar perros salvajes. Sin embargo, cuando descubre que su misión es “eliminar” a los aborígenes de las tierras de un rico ganadero, Quigley se niega y pasa de ser un cazador a ser cazado. Viéndose forzado a luchar contra su antiguo jefe, Quigley demuestra que no es fácil de vencer a un tirador americano de mirada impenetrable, salvo la misteriosa y hermosa mujer que cabalga a su lado y captura su corazón.
Tom Selleck Ofrece La Interpretación Más Intensa De Su Carrera En Esta Película Del Oeste Que Ofrecen Una Perspectiva Nueva Y Revisionista Sobre El Tradicional Genero Del Western. A Su Llegada A Australia, Con Nada Más Que Una Montura Y Su Preciado Rifle Sharps De 1,80 Mt., Matthew Quigley, Un Tirador De Primera Americano, Cree Que Le Han Contratado Para Matar Perros Salvajes. Sin Embargo, Cuando Descubre Que Su Misión Eseliminar A Los Aborígenes De Las Tierras De Un Rico Ganadero, Quigley Se Niega Y Pasa De Ser Un Cazador A Ser Cazado. Viéndose Forzado A Luchar Contra Su Antiguo Jefe, Quigley Demuestra Que No Es Fácil De Vencer A Un Tirador Americano De Mirada Impenetrable, Salvo La Misteriosa Y Hermosa Mujer (Laura San Giacomo, Sexo Mentiras Y Cintas De Vídeo) Que Cabalga A Su Lado Y Captura Su Corazón.
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his portrayal in this film proves just what hard work and dedication to your fellow actors can achieve.
You have probably guessed by now that I like this film !!, leaving aside the fact I have been a fan of Tom for some years.
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It isn't Shakespeare. It isn't Dickens. It isn't Hugo. But it is good. The four stars is personal bias because while the acting is not incredible, everyone does well beyond a serviceable job bringing their characters to life. You hate the bad guy. You root for the good guy. You want the the romance materialise.
What is nice about this film is that they didn't go "over the top". No big explosions, and generally no "modern" catch phrases that don't belong. They do their best to stay in period as much as they can. There is some language, but it isn't overdone and gratuitous, though one could argue that it perhaps was one area where they may have strayed a bit from what someone might actually have said in the time frame the film occurs. But it's a niggling point I am willing to let go.
There is also nudity. However, given the nature of it's inclusion, it isn't just because they can. It is also with purpose. So, don't worry if your kids are watching this, too. Think of it as a kind of National Geographic presentation of nudity. If you don't say anything, your kids may not "notice" anything unusual, because in the context of the film, it isn't.
If you have watched other Tom Selleck films and liked them, you will love this one. Probably the most complex role is the part Laura San Giacomo plays, and yet, it is still not as fleshed out as it could have been. We only have a couple hours with this group, so the story has to move along. And so it is even with Selleck's character; you see more lies under the surface with each of them, but there just isn't time. And the slow parts are not without purpose and do not drag. If you pay attention, there really are no wasted scenes or time in this film - a rare thing these days.
Just watch the film and make up your own mind. I believe you'll find yourself smiling at the end of it, agreeing that it was worth watching. And that is a compliment every film should aspire to.
The casting in this film, starting with Tom Selleck in the lead as Matthew Quigley, is nothing short of stellar. All the leads are perfect for the parts. Laura San Giacomo and Alan Rickman are the only other leads; both turn in memorable work helping to realize very distinctive and entertaining characters, The rest of the cast, mostly as disposable henchmen or random townsfolk, are mostly unknowns or maybe local talent. Only one or two stand out, but you cannot fault any of their performances either. The Aborigines that appear in this film are simply amazing. I'm always left wondering how they were cast and filmed. The personality and charm of these people comes across on film despite none of them speaking a word of English (or saying anything at all). As much as anything else in this movie, the Aborigines are key to making it all work; it would not be nearly as good without them.
The setting is gorgeous and the cinematography takes full advantage of the fact. Almost as much as the Aborigines, or in concert with them, the Australian Outback is a central character throughout.
The plot, and the way events play out to a near inevitable conclusion, is fairly predictable and hardly original. But you won't care. It is all carried off with a sense of humor, moved forward by the motivations of fully drawn characters. The ability to provide a few laughs in the middle of some very harsh events is kind of astonishing. That is a very fine line, but Simon Wincer (the director) manages it all with a deft touch. It really is remarkable.
I highly recommend this film. It is easily the best thing Tom Selleck ever did on the big screen. If you enjoy westerns and any fondness at all for Australia, this may be the perfect movie for you.
Aw, who am I kidding ... you've already seen it!