Unforgiven (9/10) Movie CLIP - I'm Here to Kill You (1992) HD

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Unforgiven movie clips: />BUY THE MOVIE: />Don't miss the HOTTEST NEW TRAILERS: /> CLIP DESCRIPTION: William Munny (Clint Eastwood) takes his revenge on Little Bill (Gene Hackman) and the town of Big Whiskey. FILM DESCRIPTION: Dedicated to his mentors Sergio Leone and Don Siegel, Clint Eastwood's 1992 Oscar-winner examines the mythic violence of the Western, taking on the ghosts of his own star past. Disgusted by Sheriff "Little Bill" Daggett's decree that several ponies make up for a cowhand's slashing a whore's face, Big Whiskey prostitutes, led by fierce Strawberry Alice (Frances Fisher), take justice into their own hands and put a $1000 bounty on the lives of the perpetrators. Notorious outlaw-turned-hog farmer William Munny (Eastwood) is sought out by neophyte gunslinger the Schofield Kid (Jaimz Woolvett) to go with him to Big Whiskey and collect the bounty. While Munny insists, "I ain't like that no more," he needs the bounty money for his children, and the two men convince Munny's clean-living comrade Ned Logan (Morgan Freeman) to join them in righting a wrong done to a woman. Little Bill (Oscar-winner Gene Hackman), however, has no intention of letting any bounty hunters impinge on his iron-clad authority. When pompous gunman English Bob (Richard Harris) arrives in Big Whiskey with pulp biographer W.W. Beauchamp (Saul Rubinek) in tow, Little Bill beats Bob senseless and promises to tell Beauchamp the real story about violent frontier life and justice. But when Munny, the true unwritten legend, comes to town, everyone soon learns a harsh lesson about the price of vindictive bloodshed and the malleability of ideas like "justice." "I don't deserve this," pleads Little Bill. "Deserve's got nothin' to do with it," growls Munny, simultaneously summing up the insanity of western violence and the legacy of Eastwood's Man With No Name. CREDITS: TM & © Warner Bros. (1992) Cast: Clint Eastwood, Gene Hackman, Saul Rubinek, Frances Fisher, Jeremy Ratchford, Jefferson Mappin Director: Clint Eastwood Producers: Clint Eastwood, Julian Ludwig, David Valdes Screenwriter: David Webb Peoples WHO ARE WE? The MOVIECLIPS channel is the largest collection of licensed movie clips on the web. Here you will find unforgettable moments, scenes and lines from all your favorite films. Made by movie fans, for movie fans. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR MOVIE CHANNELS: MOVIECLIPS: />ComingSoon: />Indie & Film Festivals: />Hero Central: />Extras: />Classic Trailers: />Pop-Up Trailers: />Movie News: />Movie Games: />Fandango: />Fandango FrontRunners: /> HIT US UP: Facebook: />Twitter: />Pinterest: />Tumblr:

Pappy Tron
"You just shot an unnamed man" "Well, he should've armed himself!"
Throwing Sparks
The fact that we hate Gene Hackman's character "Little Bill" is true testament to his acting
William H. Burke, Jr.
Anybody notice that this gun fight was completely predicted in the conversation between the Writer (WW Beauchamp) and Little Bill in their discussion about gun fights in the sheriff's office? "Being quick with a pistol, well that don't do no harm but it doesn't mean much next to being cool-headed. If a man can keep his head and not get rattled under fire, like as not he'll kill you." Beauchamp, "But if the other fellow is faster?" Little Bill, "Well then he'll be hurrying and he'll miss." Beauchamp, "But if he doesn't miss?" Little Bill, "Then he'll kill you." In this gun fight Little Bill actually shot first, but "He was hurrying and he missed." Will Munny was cool-headed and didn't get rattled under fire. He didn't miss so he killed Little Bill...
Bob Jones
This film shows a more realistic gunfight compared to the western films of the the earlier decades. Misfires, plenty of missed shots, shots in slow succession. They weren't always on target back then and their firepower wasn't that reliable
The Dude
"That's right I've killed women and children , I've killed just about everything that walked or crawled at one point or another" William Munny one of the best lines in movie history
"It's a hell of a thing killing a man. You take away all he's got and all he's ever gonna have."William Muney
jon snipe
He should've armed himself...if he gonna decorate his saloon wit my friend.. CLASSIC!!!
TEST Fifty
One of the best westerns and Movie of all times
Indy BearFan
You could see the fear in most of the people Clint was shooting at, they hadn't been there before and he had many times.   It's not like sports where you've been there or not in a playoff game.   I've had a gun in my face more than once and, trust me, if you've never been there it's definitely an eye opening experience.   For everyone saying why didn't they all just start shooting there's only one of him, instinctively no one wants to be the first guy to get shot.
"You shot an unarmed man." After Bill beat up two unarmed men for the hell of it.
Faisal Khan
One of my all time favorite movie :)
Chris P. Bacon
I gotta give props to Little Bill in this scene. He looks right at Will's barrel knowing he's going to die and doesn't flinch.
Narcoleptic Ninja
That building job little Bill did was enough to warrant getting shot
William H. Burke, Jr.
Any man don't want to get killed, better clear on out the back... All I can tell you is who's gonna be last.
Marcus Halberstran
Little Bill was tough, but there always someone. Just so happens, he was actually up against someone much more ruthless and cruel than himself..... only "he wasn't that way anymore"......
Jason Polk
the last great western
Crossed Sabers Ranch
The loudest sound in a gun fight is "CLICK"...
Terry lick
who's the fella that owns this shithole 😂😂😂
Tyler Joyner
deserve has nothing to do with it
Mike Fly
I find Little Bill fascinating. He does evil things but I'm sure he believes he's doing good. He reminds me of Magneto from Xmen
valerijs rogozins
Great movie. Clint Eastwood, Russia loves you.
Little Bill panicked and shot before aiming. Did exactly what he said a gunfighter shouldn't do.
Abigail Sockeye
fat shaming!
Cowardly Little Bill? This comin' from the man who nearly beat to death two unarmed men and then tied up and beat a man to death.
Raj Patel
Trump vs the Establishment.
Why did they kill Ned? Ned didn't kill anyone. Why would anyone want to kill Ned?
Stan Kyle Kenny Cartman
@00:28 How I enter every bar.
Fish Cheap Or Go Home
You know you're dead when Will Munny points a gun at you and tells everyone...you better clear out of him...
eric wsmith
Nothing like killing some one in cold blood to get the crowds attention.... and let them know your intentions,
"Deserve got nothing to do with it." No forgiveness - only revenge - the endless cycle.
Clint's Westerns are masterpieces nuff said.
I saw this in the theater. This is a classic
David Botsford
My cats birthday is tomorrow.
once upon a time in the west was my favorite western until the unforgiven was released. I probably still place unforgiven second, but the ending, it's just the best. In reality, clints the bad guy, he's stolen, murdered in cold blood, and did evil things. Little Bill isn't that bad of a guy really, he's more of a hero but that's what makes it great
Martyn scotton
The only way this scene could get any better is if clint Eastwood blow away George Bush & Obama for crimes they've gone unpunished for.
Vegeta Solo
The Writers Guild of America ranked Peoples' script for Unforgiven as the 30th greatest ever written
One of clints finest scenes
Adrian Baca
Ned kills no one. Munny kills everyone. Great movie
Luke Edwards
Tuffest scene in movie history
The inner demon has arrived. You cannot stop him. You cannot hurt him. He is vengeance, and death follows him. (also this fits: I looked, and behold, an ashen horse; and he who sat on it had the name Death; exactly as the movie)
Gotta hand it to Little Bill, he stepped up and faced the music with poise.
Dirty Dan
unarmed? didn't skinny hold a gun on the raiders that disfigured the prostitute?
liam owen
Clint pisses on John Wayne all over more realistic better acting
i love hackman!!! such a great actor!!!!
It Must Be RoofCake
Piss drunk and still shoot's the straightest.
Ed Schober
A masterpiece. After much agonizing I think this is the greatest western ever filmed. Next in order: The Searchers, Open range, The Wild Bunch, High Noon. Many more I have loved but too many to mention.
i absolutely love this badass scene!  i watch it over and over!
N Wibawa
"I'm here to kill you Little Bill for what you did to Ned." You know you're dead if William Munny says that to you.
I never get tired of this film. Its timeless.
Burt Hulbert
"he should've armed himself"
did he shoot six shots or seven?
Colin Pfeffer
Clint hasnt made a western this good since high plains drifter
"who's the fellow owns this shithole?"
Scott McMichael
Chuck Norris checks under his bed for Clint Eastwood before he goes to bed lol
Uvi Lucatero
Vote RED
Praneet Kapoor
I like to think of this movie as a definite conclusion to the story of The Man with No Name.
Justin Gardner
I've seen just about every movie Clint has done and the last 10 minutes of this movie is definitely and undoubtedly second to none.
John C
Thieves or something? "'To the pain' means that the first thing you lose will be your feet below the ankles. Then your hands at the wrists, next your nose... The next thing you lose will be your left eye, followed by your right. [...] Your ears you keep, and I'll tell you why: so that every shriek of every child at seeing your hideousness will be yours to cherish; every babe that weeps at your approach; every woman who cries out, 'Dear God! What is that thing?' will echo in your perfect ears. That is what 'to the pain' means; it means I leave you in anguish, wallowing in freakish misery, forever."
The "LIGHT" in this Scene is outstanding work! Barry Lyndon of Stanley Kubrick reminds me of this.
Alex Delarge
I’m going to quote the hell out of this film when red dead 2 comes out.
If Not Now When
One of my all time, if not THE all time, best scenes ever...in any movie. Clint is the man.
Lex Talionis
This would be a perfect intro to a mixtape
Fatboy catches one in the kidney as he’s trying to get away...lol
Good movie...I live here in Los ANGELES for..18 yrs.... movie
Hunting with a Chocolate Labrador Named Aspen
The premise of this movie is so wrong 😂 In real life in the “wild west” no one even laid a hand on a women, they were treated with the upmost respect. If someone even wronged a women in some way they were killed.
Little bill...... always kept about 5,8men...he got it in the end
Tim Lynch
love Gene Hackman and Clint Eastwood , deserve more credit for great character actor roles than got, thank you !
This scene just about says it. 'Bout killed most things that either walked or crrawled upon this earth. Most deserved it , a few did not. I stand tall, belleidcing that those I taken deserrved it.. And all that I have taken were granted me by trhe Lord above. Amen. You do not know me now, but you did in VN.
N Wibawa
There are always women screaming every time there are shootouts.
Merry Mary
Scott Adkins
"He should've armed himself..."  Priceless...
amber lopez
I love when the fat one dies.💀
иван карпов
самый крутой фильм Клинт Иствуда. обожаю его.
Yep... one of the best!
Best western Ever !!!
Donald Coleman
A Masterpiece!!!!
andrew ewan
nobody beats clint in a firefight
I wouldn't want those eyes looking at me!
1:04 Munny Shot First!!!!!!
Lois G
The pinnacle of western movie gunfighting,the climax of twentieth century cowboy cinema,apex of western directorial vision.
Sodium Chloride
"Who's the fella that owns this shithole?" Why that would be Donald Trump.
Viktor Reznov
Stark fans killing Lannister fans after Ned starks death.
John Wick is the modern version of William Munny.
Probably the best western movie and this scene, very realistic
Downvoted by 113 mangy scoundrels.
"Who owns this Shithole?"
Kendall Krauss
clint eastwood
Cmdr frosty
Those damn o Driscoll boys
One of the best scenes in movie history. Everything about it is perfect. Clint eastwood is a god.
Susan Ryan
Gene Hackman was very good in The Quick and the Dead 1995 too.
jim l
Definitely the greatest western ever made the acting story and soundtrack all superb also that line is one of the greatest in cinema "well he should have armed himself if he's going to decorate his saloon with my friend" the way he said it with such malice frightened everyone in the bar and the shootout is great and realistic here you have these deputies never been in a real gun fight all they had to do was point their rifles at a guy and bill would take care of the rest here when confronted by a real threat they freeze like any normal person would do and munny dispatched them expertly he smartly gets bill out of the way the rest are fodder
Jeffrey Richardson
clint eastwood movie jody you judge judge judy mike douglas jodi
That stare by clint at the beginning made the scene
Several times during the movie, Bill Munny says, "I ain't that kind of man anymore." But each time he says it, you get the feeling that he doesn't quite believe it . . . . that he's trying to convince himself more than anyone else. And at the end of the movie, he realizes that that's EXACTLY the kind of man he STILL is. Part of the reason why he's so angry is because of what they did to Ned. But I think mostly it's because he knows he's damned. He knows he can never change what he is.
John C
MUNNY (the shotgun pointed right at Little Bill) He should have armed himself if he was gonna decorate his saloon with the body of my friend. LITTLE BILL I guess you are Three-Fingered Jack out of Missouri, killer of women and children. MUNNY (a little drunkenly) I have done that... killed women and children... I have killed most everything that walks or crawls an' now I have come to kill you, Little Bill, for what you done to Ned. (to the others) Now step aside. boys. And as the deputies nervously move aside Little Bill helps to isolate himself by stepping forward boldly. LITTLE BILL He's got one barrel left, gentlemen. After he has used it, pull your pistols and shoot him down like the cowardly, drunken scoundrel he is. Little Bill looks back at Munny bravely and... Munny looks down the barrel at Little Bill and after a tense moment he pulls the trigger. CLICK. The hammer falls but it is a misfire and what happens next happe
You’d be William Munny out of Missouri, killer of women and children. That’s right, I’ve killed women and children. I’ve killed just about everything that walks or crawls, at one point or another. Most classic line ever.
I don't understand how a movie that contains such a ridiculous scene can get praised so much. Munny is dead in that scene. Period. The fact that he survives the onslaught of several gunmen just by dodging a little bit is ridiculous. His plot armour is 10 inches thick.
Wre cked
I think this was the last western. Do you agree? I don't think it ever got as good as this flim. That genre has an ace, and it is Unforgiven. Impossible to better, unsurpassed, unmatched, unforgiven.
Orlando Trejo
Loved this part , loyal that man was