Unforgiven (8/10) Movie CLIP - The Only Friend I Got (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) and the 'Schofield Kid' (Jaimz Woolvett) are ready to leave with the money when they're informed of Ned's death at the hands of Little Bill. 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, Jaimz Woolvett, Tara Frederick 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:

The Piper Report
When Will (Clint) grabs the alcohol from the kid that represents him devolving back into his old ways. He's no longer the same as he was at the beginning of the movie. Brilliantly done, making a subtle reference but not too obvious so people can obviously see it. Right when she describes Will's past he takes the drink. Perfect timing
A shout out to this lovely actress who for the most part is the narrator and focal point of this scene as she tells a heart wrenching story. Hard for any actor, especially a young one. Well done.
*Grabs the whiskey bottle*.........bad shit's gonna happen
Will McCormick
One of MANY brilliant things about this film is it is the story of a bad man trying to be good but fate and his true nature force him back to his old ways. It's the reverse of the archetypal "bad guy with a heart of gold" who pretends to be bad but is actually an OK guy inside (think Han Solo). William Munny spends much of the movie in denial of what he is saying he's changed and blaming alcohol for his past actions (even while planning on murdering 2 men for a bounty) but when his pathology returns in the last scene it is terrifying. And when Little Bill says "I'll see you in Hell" and Munny acknowledges "Yeah," its the culmination of his character arc. He knows that he, like Little Bill, are indeed headed to Hell. That Munny is indeed, "unforgiven." Masterful.
William Weaver
"That didn't scare Little Bill, did it?" Well it god damn should have.
Hani Sharkey
This women did this scene perfectly.
The Deathless Lord Cerberus
As much as I love the ending, I adore this scene. The fact the kid throughout the movie acted as if killing was easy and thought Will Munny was old and lost it, only to admit killing is hard and he can't be as cold as will after actually killing someone. The fact Will never drank no matter how hard or closed in he felt, only to take a sip and give in to his past after he learned of his friends death. So many small things that amplify a great story! Also I should add, I loved how through the movie its told people were scared of Will and not adoring through his evil days, and when the Kid catches a glimpse of who Will Munny really was at this scene, and is scared as much as the ghosts of wills past was amazing.
One of the most brilliant scenes in the history of cinema. 1:25 Notice how he takes his first drink of whiskey in years precisely at the moment when she states who he really is.
"You're the only friend I got." Depressing line.
John Sparks
This is the definition of character evolution. Eastwood goes from reluctant bounty hunter, farmer and father to cold blooded killer William Money. Watch the emotion he shows before the change of character and then -- when he makes the shift -- he's pure cold blood killer. No emotion. No fear. Games are over. Give me your Schoffield.
the female actress makes this scene so effective in that she conveys the right kind of fear that someone like will instilled in a person the man was pure evil at one point .The fact that little bill wasnt willing even then in the face of all the facts to take will seriously shows he got what was coming to him and he deserved it
Kevin flynn
That didn't scare Little Bill, did it? No? Then Little Bill lacks survival instincts.
One of Clint Eastwood's best scenes from any of his movies. You see him transform as the monster he had been rises up from the depths of his subconscious, that he had kept buried for years and had denied. But with each pull on the bottle, you see him transform back into William Munny out of Missouri --- who had killed just about everything that walked or crawled. It's very subtle, as his face and eyes set and become harder, the voice colder. By the end of that third swig, the Monster has taken over and you know a lot of men are going to die.
Who the heck thumbs this down !? One of the best scenes in one of the best westerns ever.
Carl D
Gimme your Scofield.........give it to me
Stuart Wells
It was pretty obvious shit was gonna go down after this.
They got a sign on him???... Doom is ominous...
Sitizen Kane
Clint Eastwood= America's Living National Treasure.
Princess Bubblee
When he grabs that bottle...one of the best moments in the history of cinema.
26 years ago, I just looked down and frowned bad knowing Ned was dead. Now I drink 3 swigs of whiskey ever time I watch this scene.
Norm Appleton
That didn't scare Little Bill...did it?
Stormy Weather
Beautiful shot at 2:04.
man, every damn line in this move from beginning to end is quotable. Unbelievable.
Fritz Duquesne
Clint Eastwood is like a bottle of cognac...just gets better with age.
one of the best movies ever made
Movie Nerd
Ever get that sinking feeling in your stomach? Like some bad shit is about to go down?
I only saw this movie recently. My regret was not catching this when it was first released. Amazing movie!
Stormy Weather
I like the thoughtful look the Schofield Kid gives Clint at 1:48.
Tara Frederick so talented.. I wonder why she's not a famous actress
Great movie.. Notice how Munny isn't shocked at all how Ned told Little Bill he "was more cold blooded than William Bonney".. After both kept saying how he 'wasn't like that anymore.' or how it was the whiskey that made him wicked and how Claudia had 'cured' him. Both men knew it was bull,... Munny at his core drunk or sober was a vicious cold blooded killer..
Mark Merzweiler
I love the look the kid gives him.
What peckerhead gave this a thumbs down! Meet me out in the street!
when Clint repeats the question about grillys you better get your ass out of there
Will Munny doesn't go back to his old form; he goes into his TRUE form.
a sign on him in front of greeley's! time to run
Nick Pruiksma
I love this movie so much.
Did you notice how slow Clint turned his head just before he said "that didn't scare little Bill, did it?" Very scary!
Nick K
1:20 Chills.
Lord Fama
3 people have no friends
john smith
Clint-should have been Batman
Matyice Cold
Best hand me that bottle boy.
Abhishek Limboo
aah i love this part... the moment he (Mr Munny) starts drinking whiskey, i knew he was gonna beat the hell out of Bill...
jon snipe
They gotta sign on him? They gotta sign on him in greelies...he take a drink that he hasn't drank in years...I love the mental part of this scene...I'm not gonna kill u ...U the only friend I got!!! CLASSIC!!!
David Phillips
"They got a sign on him?"
Dude Riley
That first drink! Makes the whole movie.
scar face
Best western ever made.
Best scene in the movie
jimmy gooch
the best
Philippe Pocholle - Marchetti
This scene is such a classic. We could speak for hours about how great it is. Man, Unforgiven is such a great movie.
Blake Dexter
they got a sign on him
Jay T-9000
That didn't scare lil bill did it?...no, sir
jimmy gooch
one of my favorite scenes
1:37 Awesome how she mentions that William Munny is more cold-blooded than William Bonney, aka Billy the Kid!
john smith
God-scariest man in movie history-Thick and serious-awesome-no smart shit. Not the Rock-the real
Cy Clennon
Lol, kinda hilarious how the girl remembers every detail concerning the conversation, including names and dates.
Jay T-9000
Eventho lil bill was the villain, I loved how his rep was solid all over the west 'no sir' - unfortunately he found out a good rep don't mean shit to some people
john smith
Clint v the not knowing
Jayant Ranapisay
Bad ass film . my fav after no country for old men ! !
One of my all time favorite movie scenes.
Kazimir Majorinc
I wouldn't like to be Little Bill now :-)))
James C
that sip of the bottle.. ominous sign that he's going back to his old ways...
Damien O Callaghan
That didn't scare little Bill Did it?
Stormy Weather
I like the look the Scofield Kid gives Clint at 1:48
Kike FMeco
One of the best scene
Holy shit, it's a talking muffin
Anyone have a guess what whiskey he's drinking here and that other scene where he's drinking?
Michael Roy
Never put a bottle of whiskey in a cold blooded man like Clint
... that didn't scare Little Bill- did it?! ...
Michael Roy
When clint takes that drink..you're in trouble
Di Dxpeo
let's not forget, Will Money is still a bad guy, he killed women and children and a lot innocent people, he should be put in jail and executed, but this movie is kinda an example of how the USA culture is.
Best western of all time in my opinion. I put the movie on and fast forwarded to where I wanted and I told my girlfriend when I stop this they're gonna be under a tree and I nailed it.
G. Rogowski
ned went south alright
Francis Serra
Performance wise, I think this is Clint’s most realistic performance as far as emotions go. Not just logically (in terms of the script), but also when it comes to delivering lines and bringing his character to life through his face. Clint Eastwood is one of the only directors who can star in his own directorial films and give a great performance. Some directors stumble when they are directing themselves. They can’t see what they’re doing wrong or right considering they’re juggling two frames of mind. But Clint Eastwood just knows what he wants in HIMSELF and how he wants it. And it works beautifully, not just cinematically, but also because we know that everything about Clint’s movies is exactly how he wants it.
James Hughes
You know when Clint Eastwood starts drinking bad things are gunna happen
Timmy twoshoes
a brillant scene in a movie full of brillant scene's...maybe the best
Brian Goldy
The story changes. when Will . grabs the whiskey. an chugs it.................Eastwood has a way of representing this revenge scene.. . Outlaw Josey Wales.. . Josey digs his pistols from the burned out house.............an begins to target practice............We are about to embark on a violent entry...................Great Story.........Great Western.........Great Eastwood.. .....
Ben Jackson
My favorite part of the story was that ned told bill that munny was gonna kill him if he kept hurting him. The man was being tortuted but he sure as hell knew william munny would get revenge and even in his dieing moments he could laugh in their faces.
jon snipe
Best western ever
They got a sign on him?!
Greg Brown
I liked how he he grabbed the bottle then turned into his old self!!!!
DhOg 13
Gimme your Schofield. What for? GIVE IT TO ME. Haha. The best
I'm just some Canadian guy and I say
Whiskey for William Munny is like spinach for Popeye.
Stevinskie Lane
I like to see client Eastwood use the shotgun real good that's what I like about client Eastwood hes the best shooter in the West hes my favorite and he's real fast too hes real quick too with a shotgun stevinskie lane🔫🔫🔫🔫
He should have shot that kid right in the face. "I ain't like you, Will." That's a fine thing to decide after you dragged him back into the life.
Rick Romero
I love that he grabs the whiskey bottle and starts drinking while he hears the story. Snd hasnt drinked in years.
Simon Kiano
@2:53 Yu don’t have to worry kid....I aren’t gonna kill you” Scarface Al Pacino used same words.
jonas smith
american SOILDERS in SWEDISH jeeps and don't know a word swedish ... ww2 YOU DID firing squad ..GIVE ME A RESION WHY i would act differently
Great scene by all three actors.
I wish Clint could do one more western 👍🏼
Sandro Zeppieri
Robert Brown
Every actor and actress in this movie deserved to be recognized. Not saying each of them should have gotten an Academy Award, but they all needed to be recognized at the awards because they all played their part superbly.
eric wsmith
This is the scene were the kid finally realizes Will was not some ragged old man, and what he heard about him was only a fraction of how bad he was. A indiscriminate killer of any one who crossed him or got in his way with out a second thought.
Kevin Swift
I felt like gettin' outta town!
Jeffrey Richardson
Laurie's Big Day...
Do you think The Kid got his spectacles?
don barlow
i hated the KID would have liked Eastwood to have blown his brains out early in the film!
Pete W.
Mike Wyant
My favorite scene of any movie, ever
Kinda unrealistic how she remembered every detail of what Little Bill said.
Todd M
U-Pull that Smith & Wesson, bright Barrel quick enough out of your Hoster, with your Hammer back, forget about it. Samuel Colt never fails