Unforgiven

Unforgiven

Byr Unknown

  • Genre: Western
  • Release: 1993-04-08
  • Rate: R
  • Lenght: 2h 10min
  • Director: Unknown
  • Producer: Warner Bros. Pictures
  • Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 9.99
  • iTunes Rent: USD 3.99
7.9/10
7.9
From 2,544 Certification

Description

Clint Eastwood and Morgan Freeman play retired, down-on-their-luck outlaws who pick up their guns one last time to collect a bounty offered by the vengeful prostitutes of the remote Wyoming town of Big Whiskey. Richard Harris is an ill-fated interloper, a colorful killer-for-hire called English Bob, and Best Supporting Actor Oscar winner Gene Hackman is the sly and brutal local sheriff whose brand of law enforcement ranges from unconventional to ruthless.

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  • 4K version has some horrible scanninglines

    1
    By Chaz Curry
    From 14:40 - 16:30 there are some horrendous scanning lines. Fix this Apple!
  • Western classic

    5
    By macforever2012
    The photography,script,and actors performances put this right up their as one of the best modern day western classics.eastwoods love letter to old time west.gene hackmans finest performance.this movie will always stand a test of time,and never gets old.
  • Simply Put: The Greatest American Movie

    5
    By mtoomb
    Some films are timeless, their stories ring true throughout the years. A woman working as a prostitute is cut up by a local cowboy, and the women of Greely’s Beer Garden and Billiard Parlor decide to take the law into their own hands, against the iron will of the sheriff (Gene Hackman, in one of his finest roles). When gunslingers come to collect the reward, the little town of Big Whiskey will never be the same. It’s the story about Manifest Destiny, the Myth of the Gunslinger and of the American Dream. But most of all it’s a story about William Munny (Clint Eastwood), an ex-gunslinger who left the wild, drunken violence of his youth behind him when he married. With two youngsters to feed, the lure of a cash reward pulls Munny away from the peaceful hog farm, and sets him on the road to Big Whiskey, Wyoming. Along for the ride is Ned (Morgan Freeman), an old acquaintance from Will’s dark past, and The Scofield Kid (Jaimz Woolvett), an upstart raised on stories of the Wild West. On the road to Big Whiskey, however, the past has a way of coming back... And the reward money proves difficult to earn when the sheriff catches wind of it. They don’t make movies like this anymore. Full of rich layers, subtext, and symbolism, Clint Eastwood’s masterpiece is my favorite film of all time.
  • Riveting

    5
    By brslc
    Eastwood plays this perfectly: doesn't explain himself, never backs down when he's cornered. Morgan Freeman is one hell of an actor. Great screenplay, great camera work.
  • Farewell Mr. Eastwood

    5
    By J-Rowdy-Rod
    A perfect way for Clint Eastwood to end his western career.✊🏼
  • U forgiven

    5
    By Cinders1219
    Great film!
  • Greatest western ever made!

    5
    By B. Hodges
    It was a close call between this and Tombstone. But plain and simple, they just don't make them like this anymore. Acting is top notch. It's something you just want to watch over again. A nostalgic feeling and remembrance for the past will leave you wishing other westerns were made of this quality. A nod to Eastwood on a job well done!
  • The Real Deal

    5
    By WC5565
    Unforgiven is definitely the best Western movie from the last 40 years, and ranks among the Top 5 Westerns of all time. It has everything you would want from a Western- action, drama, and plenty of manly toughness. The only reason I wouldn't rank Unforgiven as the best all time Western is because the story line is based on revenge, although even that is carried out with a sense of right. Otherwise, Unforgiven is the real deal. It's a must for fans of the Western genre or movies in general.
  • Awesome

    5
    By pomaori
    Another great western pops up when I thought westerns had gone by the wayside, and who else can bring it, than Clint baby. Great performance by Gene Hackman and of course everyone else. But my favourite part is Richard Harris sharing his views on the difference between monarchy and democracy was classic. Enjoy folks.
  • The Greatest

    5
    By Head Maroon
    Easily, this is the greatest western ever produced. Exceptional performances by Eastwood, Hackman, Freeman, and Woolvett.

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