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Unforgiven

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Squint with Clint

    I'm not a big Western movie fan but this movie was just amazing. Clint Eastwood is unbeatable when it comes to making movies that are dark but make you really think.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Brilliant Film

    I hate usual westerns but this movie is much more than that, it is a feeling multileveled tapestry woven by characters and ideas rather than the furthering of the exciting plot. The charactors are reminscent of something I would right, especially the character of English Bob, a fine film!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Eastwood delivers a classic, mature western for the ages

    This must truly be one of the best westerns ever made. Clint Eastwood is no stranger to this genre, but he approaches it differently this time around. Eastwood portrays William Munny, a former outlaw who is reluctantly called back to his guns by the ''Scofield Kid'', to serve as a bounty hunter. This is not your typical ''Dirty Harry'' action, this Eastwood film deals with killing on a higher, psychological level. It's also a deep character study, where William Munny realizes how hard it is to actually forget his former ways. Gene Hackman won an academy award for his portrayl of Little Bill, the town sherrif, who again creates a riveting character, creating a man who is somehow somewhat likeable even though he's really a vicious person. Morgan Freeman also stars in this classic western, a story based on moralities and justice. The film also focuses on the impact on killing someone can have; what it can do to your soul. It also contains an ending scene that simply cannot be missed. This is Clint's best picture, and the academy apparently thought so too, as it was awarded best picture of 1992, along with best director for Eastwood. And to quote an older man who was in the same theater as me when this film was shown, ''That was a truly great western, maybe the best I've seen since ''Shane'' in 1955.''

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Great Movie...

    Great acting, good story, it's a Clint Eastwood Classic.

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