While it may sound like the fourth film in a long-running franchise that decided to head to Australia this time out, Quigley Down Under (1990) is a one-and-done western starring Tom Selleck as the titular gunslinger. Selleck's Matthew Quigley is an American cowboy and showman living and working in mid-18th century Australia with a legendary modified rifle that allows him to pull off seemingly impossible trick shots, earning him quite a reputation and following in the bargain. Quigley is recruited by crooked British imperialist Elliot Marston (Alan Rickman) who hopes to enlist the sharpshooter to peddle his skills picking off Aboriginal people from land the British want to occupy. When Quigley turns down their offer, he is beaten and left for dead in the severe Australian Outback along with a local woman known only as Crazy Cora (Laura San Giacomo). A tribe of Aboriginal people help nurse Quigley and Cora back to health, though they soon find themselves ambushed by Marston's military unit. Now Quigley must decide whether or not he wants to join this righteous fight, particularly when he left America just to avoid this exact type of thing. There'll be no more sitting on the sidelines for Matthew Quigley, who is indeed, Down Under. As a rip-roaring PG-13 action flick, there's no skin to speak of in the flick. The sensationally stacked Laura San Giacomo gives great cleavage in her period-appropriate costumes, and even shows a hint of nip while braless under a sheer white top! That hint is probably enough to get something going in your Down Under!