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Author: Clint Eastwood,Gene Hackman
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eBook Unforgiven VHS download

by Clint Eastwood,Gene Hackman


Clint Eastwood as William "Will" Munny. Gene Hackman as "Little" Bill Daggett. Unforgiven was released on DVD and VHS on September 24, 2002. It was released on Blu-ray Book (a Blu-ray Disc with book packaging) on February 21, 2012.

Clint Eastwood as William "Will" Munny. A Star", and "Eastwood on Eastwood", and more

Clint Eastwood made his fame a fortune through the highly entertaining "spagetti westerns" directed by the visionary Italian director, Sergio Leone. And Gene Hackman as the notorious sheriff.

Clint Eastwood made his fame a fortune through the highly entertaining "spagetti westerns" directed by the visionary Italian director, Sergio Leone. During those films Eastwood's western persona was created - that is the skilled gunfighter/killer, bent on revenge, guns down those ruthless killers, who are far worst than himself, and who committed a great injustice towards Eastwood's character, justifying his brutality. A lot of wit and action, one of the more honest and realistic westerns in a long time. It's not all what it's cracked up to be to be a cowboy or a gunslinger in the wide opening territory of Wyoming. Those films were created in the early to mid 60's. The "Unforgiven" is the final bookend of that character created so many years earlier.

With Clint Eastwood, Gene Hackman, Morgan Freeman, Richard Harris. Retired Old West gunslinger William Munny (Clint Eastwood) reluctantly takes on one last job, with the help of his old partner Ned Logan (Morgan Freeman) and a young man, The "Schofield Kid" (Jaimz Woolvett). Director: Clint Eastwood. Writer: David Webb Peoples.

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At the start of Unforgiven, Clint Eastwood’s classic revisionist Western from 1992, William Munny, played by Eastwood . Unforgiven turned 25 this week, and it remains a masterpiece. It was the first of Eastwood’s films to win the Oscar for Best Picture, in 1993

At the start of Unforgiven, Clint Eastwood’s classic revisionist Western from 1992, William Munny, played by Eastwood, has been redeemed - somewhat. He’s a hog farmer now, or trying to be, with two kids and little appetite for trouble. He hasn’t killed a man or had a drink in years. It was the first of Eastwood’s films to win the Oscar for Best Picture, in 1993. The best lines ( I guess you think I’m kicking you, Bob ) still sing, the seething sense of vengeance is still thrilling, and the thunderclaps still ring out with moral terror.

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Vizil
There is nothing I can say about this film than no one is not already intimately familiar with. This 4K version does contain a decent amount of grain and haziness inherent in the original source material, so don't expect "this is like seeing it for the first time" experience, because it's just not there. Don't be disappointed when it doesn't look like "Passengers". What I don't understand is, with that said, to this day, this is still the most expensive mainstream 4K movie out there. Need to justify that when its looks and sounds very close to the standard blu-ray edition. The movie itself still gets 5 stars, but all of my lunch money?? Don't know about that...
Araath
This is a review of the Blu-ray quality of Unforgiven, not of the movie itself as there are plenty of movie review sources out there. This was a fantastic transfer of video and sound quality to the Blu-ray format. I had the DVD version, and this is so much better. Makes the movie look "new". Recommend upgrading if you have not done so already. (Some of the older movies don't have a great aspect ratio, which is why I point it out.)
Siratius
I love this movie and have ever since I saw it on its original theatrical run. I was never a fan of the Sergio Leone spaghetti westerns. I preferred westerns like <i>High Plains Drifter</i> (which is my all-time favorite, just ahead of <i>Unforgiven</i>) that do something more with the genre.

Much has been said about <i>Unforgiven</i> as a deconstruction of the western, but I think it's also an exploration of personal narratives and identity. Are we the stories we tell about ourselves? Are we the sum of our actions? Are we the expectations of others? Are we a little bit of all of the above, or something else entirely?

Watching this movie as a 44-year-old reveals questions and insights about myself and life that the 21-year-old who first fell in love with this movie could never have seen. That's my favorite kind of movie, the movie that changes as I change, that gets more profound as I grow more curious.
Fenrikree
Clint Eastwood made his fame a fortune through the highly entertaining "spagetti westerns" directed by the visionary Italian director, Sergio Leone. During those films Eastwood's western persona was created - that is the skilled gunfighter/killer, bent on revenge, guns down those ruthless killers, who are far worst than himself, and who committed a great injustice towards Eastwood's character, justifying his brutality. Those films were created in the early to mid 60's. The "Unforgiven" is the final bookend of that character created so many years earlier. Here, Eastwood, an aging killer in his early 60's, a pig farmer no less with two small children, has hung up his guns and given up his "wicked" ways for the love of his wife who had died from smallpox three years earlier. Enter a smart ass kid, full of himself, calling himself kid something or another and a real killer, illiciting Eastwood's help to kill two cowboys who had brutally cut up a whore because she laughed at the size of his male member. Needing money and not being able to shoot very well or even ride a horse, Eastwood secures the help of his old partner, Morgan Freeman, and the two join the kid for the killing. Standing In their way is a sadistic sheriff played brillaintly by Gene Hackman in one of his best roles. What transpires is both blood soaked and tender in a curious blend of conflicting emotions that explores the question, do we ever get beyond our past?
September
This is the best of Eastwood's westerns. This is the first one that I didn't feel like I was watching Dirty Harry's great grandfather or the return of the Highplains Drifter. Of course that is my opinion and I'm entitled to it. In this movie Eastwood has gotten the period mostly correct, not only in clothing but speech and how people felt, reacted, to and about things in the era in which the film takes place. The ever increasing injuries to the Prostitute as the story gets told over and over, I think this was common at a time when word of mouth was the only way news traveled. I believe it to be true that a lot of bad men were bad men when they were drunk and maybe not quite so bad when they weren't. I think very few movies have ever touched on how much alcohol played a part in making brave men. Not only the bad ones but the good ones too. This movie deals with the act of killing someone like few westerns before it ever had. It's not glamourous to kill someone as Jaimz Woolvett's charactor discovered. Eastwood's portrayal of Will Munny is, I think one of his best. Gene Hackman's "Little Bill" charactor is a far account of how a lot of so called lawmen really were, and Hackman manages to really make you dislike "Little Bill".
I'm a stickler for period correctness and it often means a lot to me when a director takes the time to get things as right as they can make it. Eastwood did a really great job on this film, "getting things right" not just the period but his actors as well.
Just so you know this is not a movie for young'ens or those offended by off color language.
Shak
Normally I write fairly long reviews, but I think I can get through this one pretty quickly. The plot is not especially remarkable. It involves well-worn themes from like honor, revenge, family and the desire to get away from this violent world, and the characters are nothing particularly new either. There's certainly nothing wrong with this plot, and it has some fine lines and a few particularly affecting scenes, but it's nothing to get to overly worked up over. Still, the sheer craft displayed herein makes the film remarkable. The performances are all perfect, the score, while perhaps overly conventional, is powerful and emotive, the cinematography is consistently appealing and the period detail is utterly convincing. Again, this is a world we've seen before, but it's more fully realized than ever before, and it makes the film nearly mesmerizing even in the scenes where little is actually going on. Also, there's one scene late in the film, a firefight which is simply breath taking. It's definitely one of the most powerful examples of pure cinema I've seen in a long time.