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"Unforgiven" is a 1992 American Western film produced and directed by "Clint Eastwood". It stars "Clint Eastwood" in the lead role, with "Gene Hackman, Morgan Freeman & Richard Harris". Eastwood stated that the film would be his last Western for fear of repeating himself or imitating someone else's work. The film won four Academy Awards: Best Picture and Best Director for Clint Eastwood, Best Supporting Actor for Gene Hackman and Best Film Editing for editor Joel Cox. Eastwood was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor for his performance, but he lost to Al Pacino for Scent of a Woman. In 2004, Unforgiven was added to the United States National Film Registry as being deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

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Joe Smith
He should have armed himself if he's gonna decorate his saloon with my friend . What a great line from a true classic !
Chris Ward
Eastwood and Hackman. What a great combination. Brilliant scene.
Aksel Newt
It's a hell of a thing, killing a man...
Cielo Pachirisu
"You think you can just kill Morgan Freeman and get away with it?"
Get six coffins ready...
You'd be William Munny outta Missouri. Killed women and children. - That's right. I've killed women and children. Killed just about everything that walks or crawled at one time or another and I'm here to kill you, Little Bill, for what you did to Ned.
Fabisch Factor
Best bit is when he casually shoots the guy on the floor on his way out of the saloon.
Thomas Weeden
“You just shot an unarmed man!” “Well, he should’ve armed himself.”
The King of the Penguins
Nobody whips Morgan Freeman and gets away with it
Omni Bala
Just a masterpiece.
Tommy Tolo
Men never really change, they only try to do better. Little Bill was a bad person, but so was William Munny X 10. His ruthlessness is what made him so dang seemingly unstoppable when he was finally set off. I love the honesty in this movie by Clint; There was no "lone ranger"..... only men/human nature. And "we all got it coming kid"
Lone Eagle
Two Brilliant untouchable timeless actors in one scene. Def a top 3 for me. Epic.
Greg Alman
What a scene.
Lovan Productions
1:18 Dramatic thunder is... Dramatic
I love the way Beauchamp --- the writer --- gets a little smile on his face when Munny comes in. That's what the movie is really all about: how the heroic myth of the Old West was developed first in pulp novels in the 19th century and then in later writings such as those of Zane Grey and in movies and TV. But the point of the movie is that there was really nothing romantic about the Wild West. All too often it was just hardscrabble living and random violence. Beauchamp is looking for a real person as inspiration for the western hero he wants to for his books. English Bob turns out to be a dud and Little Bill is hopelessly sadistic. And then along comes Munny! Finally, a real live gunslinger to use as inspiration for a western novel! But of course Munny is no hero either. He's there to avenge the death of his friend Ned, and that makes him a sympathetic character in the movie, but his past was also one of indiscriminate violence, killing women and children and anything that walks, talks, and crawls. In his novel --- a bit of which appears at the very end of the movie --- Beauchamp turns Munny the killer into a hero --- a flawed hero, but a hero nevertheless. In the end, the movie is about nasty people doing nasty things and the writer who took all that nastiness and created a myth. It's a brilliant movie: one of the best westerns ever.
The killer of women and children...that's right...that is best line...
his transformation during the movie was great. the storyline with the Kid, also great. Morgan Freeman, when is he not great? Gene Hackman, especially the rivalry with English Bob, just takes it over the top. All great acting, well written.
Dim Val
A masterpiece of a movie and one of the best westerns of all time the best 90s work for the genre not better one than this after Unforgiven and Clint and Gene were great I love it so much great moments..!
gilbert ramirez
But , I was going to make espresso !
Funny the things that can happen all because a gal laughed at a guy's lack of manhood.
Probably the best western gunfight of all time. Especially in light oh Little Bill 'a earlier explanation of how real gunfights really happen. The guy who crouches and stays cool wins. Epic scene in my favorite film of all time. ( Right up there with The Man Who Would be King with Sean Connery and Michael Caine )
this is one of the most badass scenes ever!
taz jammer
"Well he shoulda' armed himself."
Tenderfoot Prepper
"Any man I see out there, I'm gonna kill him! Any sonofabitch takes a shot at me, I'm not only gonna kill him, I'm gonna kill his wife...all his friends...burn his damn house down!"--William Munny, one cold muthafucka
Tim W
What a great scene...
Lou Tube
"That's right. I've killed women and children..I've killed about everything that walks or crawls at one time or another. and I'm here to kill you Little Bill..for what you did to Ned." huge bro moment right there. Got chills when he said that
Gary McCaffrey
Beauchamp didn't get anybodies autobiography, but he did get a hell of a story to tell.
G Fili
one of the greatest scenes ever
Allan Campbell
little bill actually gets the first shot after william muney throws the rifle but muney ducks and misses the shot then kills little bill.
Flash Thompson
it's high noon again? xD
Steffen Ackermann
Great film of one of the best directors ever. I will watch it again and again.
One of the best movies ever
Mike Merrill
"I've always been lucky when it comes to killin' folks."
Old School Gamer 788
I'll see you in hell, William Munny.
Kathryn Springer
Best Western I've ever seen
Riff Raff
One of the grittiest most underrated westerns ever.
Fabisch Factor
Wow, Clint doesn't squint his eyes in this scene, they're wide open... he's got some scary eyes.
Kevin Gillihan
@3:49 guy already has a hole in him.
jason lyles
"Any man that doesn't want to be killed better clear out the back". That lines classic. Its like saying "man up and face me or die".
Indy BearFan
It was like a Chinese fire drill when he said "Any man don't wanna get killed better clear out the back"
Pretty much as good as it gets.  Double shotgun.....Two rounds.  It does make a statement.  "You be William Munny, out of Missouri...Killer of women and children" "That's right" Wow.  It's such great writing and so well acted by Hackman and Eastwood.
John Barone
He was a bad guy but Little Bill had some guts
Shane Wright
William Munny walked into that saloon not as a man, but as retribution incarnate. And when he walked out, he left the fear of God inside of anybody who was still breathing.
Dixie Griffin
I think it was his best western
Allan Campbell
Little bill actually fires off the first shot but William muney ducks. That makes him the duck of death. Lol
james brown
Clint the bad guy he walks in there just like that
Marc Dumont
My god, the buildup to this was so worth it
Such an amazing scene and dark character for Clint. A killer of women and children. Nonetheless shows the ruthlessness an outlaw can get especially since this is a big buildup from Clint's entire career as a Western legend and hero.
James Tressler
"Anyone who don't want to get killed ... better clear on out the back!"
Two Hollywood legends. Can't get any better
Michael Lynch
He said Who's the fella owns this Shit Hole!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ron Budd
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Negasonic 117
you don't fuck with clint eastwood unless you got balls of steel, or are Gene Hackman
Daniel W
That’s my favorite shoot out scene out of any western movie. The look on there faces when he first walked in there was priceless. Like someone walked over their grave.
if you do a character study of this movie none of these characters were moral at all. the closest might have been ned's character who couldn't kill anymore and he was cheating on his wife with hookers. gene Hackman's little bill wasn't a moral character at all but there is a misrepresentation that he is the bad guy. truth be said as a lawman back in those days dealing with ruthless killers like English bob or munny you probably had to be that way. at the end of the day this movie is about being a dog eat dog world and only the strongest survive which proved to be munny killer of woman and children might I had. it's like what his character said to the kid who shot a man on the toilet who cut the face off a hooker. we all have it coming kid
Is that the best Little Bill can do by calling William Muny a "scoundrel"?
When I first saw this in the theater when it came out, I thought it was a bit overrated and too subdued to be a Clint Eastwood western. Although I was happy as hell for Clint for the Oscars it won. But then after another watch a couple years later I said "No it wasn't overrated, as a matter of fact it was the greatest western ever made". What made it so great was its honesty and the exposure of dishonesty. The Kid was a BS'er, Bob was a BS'er complete with his own biographer to write and sell his BS, and Little Bill, the only "virtuous" lawman in the west preferred to do his law enforcement with 4 deputies behind him with guns already drawn. But in fairness to Bill, none of those deputies were going to lift a finger against Bob or Will until Bill showed up. Then there was Will, the former baddest-ass of the west, now a shell of a man who freely admitted that he was mostly drunk during his villain exploits, and had to break years of sobriety and get liquored up for one last act of bad-ass. Then there's the Author W.W. After finally realizing all the BS that the west had to offer, he sees Will blast away Bill and the rest in an act that was truly worthy for one of his books without an ounce of BS. Then finally he tries to find the insight into the one seemingly only genuine character in the west and how he is able to do it. Only to get the disappointing but honest answer "I've always been lucky when it comes to killing folks."
Great movie. Goes to show how our ideas of the Western gunslinger are mostly incorrect - many of those guys were probably psychopaths or, like in this case, blind drunk when they went on killing sprees. Also how some of the lawmen back then were really no different than the outlaws.
They were trying to compare the new movie 'Hostiles' as the greatest western since Unfogiven. GIVE ME A BREAK!
mirnes cmar
I think this scene is probably the best western movie ending ever. Clints awesome, but God damn Hackman is a great actor. He wasn't that bad of a guy, but he fucked up good.
Evan W
"You be William Munny out of Missouri killer of women children" "that's right I've killed women and children I've killed anything that ever walked or crawled at one time or another and I'm here to kill you Little Bill for what you done to Ned" badass Machiavellian scene
bernard crowley
It rates in my " top five " movies ever !
brent clarke
Best scene in the whole movie..
Dustin O'Connor
Any man don't wanta get killed, better clear on out the back...
never brag you killed a clint eastwood's friend
volz man
This is right up there with the ending of Shane as the best.
Mario Rossotto
It's he best shooting I ever seen. I love Sergio Leone (Of course, I'm Italian :-) ) But his shooting was almost unreal, but this one is so fucking nice
There is No better silverscreen cowboy than Clint Eastwood. And apparently he's one of two actors who never 'blinked' when he shot a gun in any movie. The other one being Yul Brynner.
lyfe 1zruff
you think you're gonna just kill morgan freeman and get away with it????
Aaron David Kapner
And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him....
Love it when the good guy just kills the bad guys instead of talking them out of their shit
The greatest western ever made.
I remember watching this and thinking...OH, THIS is who this guy actually is deep down at the core.
Lou Cifer
gene Hackman is tremendous what an actor
Winston Wuulf
one of the top scenes in all of cinema!
Stocky Stockdog
Best scene of any Western film ever! :)
Max Power
I love how nobody in a western can take a single bullet and still have the ability to fire back. Once again reality hampering my dreams of becoming a wild west gun slinging badass.
Dean D
The irony in this scene comes from Little Bill telling W.W. Beauchamp, "Look, son. Being a good shot and being quick with a pistol, that don't do no harm, but it don't mean much next to being cool headed. A man who will keep his head and not get rattled under fire, like as not he'll kill you. It ain't so easy to shoot a man anyhow, especially if the son of a bitch is shooting back at you." He went into that place cool headed, drunk and with intent to kill Little Bill and the one who desecrated his friend's body. Yet I think he was ready to die. If he could avenge his friend, that may have been enough for him. It's why he muddled over his shot for a moment, whether or not to take it. Then the misfire. Now right here is where it gets interesting. I think Little Bill fell victim to his own advice. He gets excited when the misfire happens, goes for his gun quick. Yet a cool head and not getting rattled managed to save WIlliam here and have him kill 5 men. Little Bill, being the most seasoned of the lot, took aim at where he knew William was, but didn't realize he crouched down. After he did, the deputies panicked and pelted the whole side of the room with bullets and not hit William at all. This movie really is great cause it takes a simple idea and expands on it in so many ways.
Diego Ezeith
Based on a true story aboit William Munnie
eric wsmith
I don't think Clint Eastwood has to act very hard to be a bad ass.
ice man
15 shots
This is why you don't use anything smaller than .45 Caliber.
oscar hica
unbelievable... 25 years ago i watch this movie... best western ever
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"any man don't wanna get killed better clear on out the back"
Mike Morgan
See the scene isn't really about Morgan Freeman ending up as an anti-crime advertisement, It's about the dangers of Drunk " riding ". That really pisses ole' Clint off.
Alfonso Varela
Ha ha he said shithole!!
I think this scene is probably the best western movie ending ever. Clints awesome, but God damn Hackman is a great actor. He wasn't that bad of a guy, but he fucked up good.
who is here because of joe rogan ?
Mike Lowrie
I last Eastwood Western
morgan painter
There's a whole room full of armed men but they are paralyzed with fear when they are accosted by one man who has no fear. I mean, to enter that place all by himself with just one shotgun and one pistol, it sends the message, I ain't scared, I don't give a shit. He cleared that room with five shots. There was one guy holding his pistol where we could see it but he was afraid to point it at Will Munny. It was hard to count but his pistol may even have been empty when he told them all to clear out. Cracked me up they were pissing in their pants.
Chuck Jones
Thats right............I've killed women and children........killed just about every thing that walked or crawled at one time or another
I LOVE how those other guys "have guns" but no nerve... Posers are indeed like that when the chips are REALLLLLY down... and not just in contexts like this one, but posers of any kind. In the presence of The Genuine Article, of any variety, posers fold.
Andrew S.
Duck I says.
Prime Judicator
Life presents reckonings for us all. Moments when you must be who you are or suffer dearly the consequence. Hackman and Eastwood were the perfect foils. Gene Hackman's character died, because he was not a truly just lawman. He spent much of the movie trying to build up his reputation, even to the point of assuming airs of a classic, albeit caricatured, lawman. Clint Eastwood's character spent much of the movie trying to avoid who he was. It took the death of his lifelong friend and a couple of slow, yet deep swills of whiskey to remind him. By the time he strode into the bar, he was fully himself. There were no false airs about himself, or his baleful legend. If the Sheriff had taken poor Ned's words to heart, he would have assembled a bigger posse. Or at the very least, locked the front door.
S Hanes
you better clear out of there, "yes sir" haha
Kasey Winborner Y
Any man don't wanna get killed better clear on out the back.
Shawn Ladue
Last of the great westerns.