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  1. Balthaz21's rating of the film Unforgiven

  2. Arijan's rating of the film Unforgiven

  3. tri ...'s rating of the film Unforgiven

  4. Chihao Tsang's rating of the film Unforgiven

    Still very good, masterful on places, great cast, I especially love Hackman in it

  5. Cătălin, HiperCristalin's rating of the film Unforgiven

    Clint Eastwood's B-grade performance hurt the movie.

  6. Ryan O'Connor's rating of the film Unforgiven

    Unforgiven takes an unconventional approach to the Western genre. It has an outlaw who did horrible things back in the day as a mildly good person while the sheriff of the town is an amoral person who believes he is righteous. It also presents violence not as playful, energetic, and fun but as painful, brutal, and psychologically wounding. At the end the outlaw must put on the hat of his former self for justice.

  7. enkii__bilal's rating of the film Unforgiven

    Dedicated to Sergio Leone and Don Siegel.

  8. spasmolytic's rating of the film Unforgiven

  9. Crystal's rating of the film Unforgiven

  10. Trunfos's rating of the film Unforgiven

  11. J.J. 'Jake' Gittes's rating of the film Unforgiven

    It began with Sergio Leone. Three times. It went on five times: 'Hang 'em High' 1968, 'High Plains Drifter' 1973, 'The Outlaw Josey Wales' 1976, 'Pale Rider' 1985, 'Unforgiven' 1992. The last four ones are directed by Eastwood himself. Same type of character all over; no change. But still cool. Absolutely cool. These eight movies are a class of its own. The ultimate outlaw presented by uncomparable Clint Eastwood.

  12. east1999's rating of the film Unforgiven

    Interesting that its legacy is one of genre bookend when in fact it can be read (well I read it) as an update to 90s capitalist realist morals, or whatever libertarians are calling this take on stoicism and self-reliance. I was alerted to Unforgiven because a friend commented on the meaning of its written prologue/epilogue — the only ambiguity I remain a fan of.

  13. SiIencio's rating of the film Unforgiven

    Eastwood's accomplished revisionist Western brought new life to a genre long outdated and wizened. Clint explores society and morality, revenge, compassion, racism and misogyny, displaying a string of ambiguous characters all swinging from good to evil. He demystifyed the Old Far West and buried its cliches with fine elegance and raw drama. The last shoot-out at Big Whiskey will rest on the Olimpus of cinema forever.

  14. Bram Vroonland's rating of the film Unforgiven

    Really don't see what all the fuss is about. Complete waste of time. First 110 mins don't set up anything you can't see coming from a thousand miles away.

  15. Leif Erikson's rating of the film Unforgiven

    It's a hell of a thing, killing a man. Take away all he's got and all he's ever gonna have.

  16. Dogukan4Ever's rating of the film Unforgiven

  17. BernardoDiniz's rating of the film Unforgiven

    "It's a hell of a thing, killing a man. Take away all he's got and all he's ever gonna have."

  18. Mark O. Stack's rating of the film Unforgiven

    Any actor who isn't Eastwood, Freeman, or Hackman does their level best to fuck up this movie about shitty men operating under delusions.

  19. Zé Manel Alves's rating of the film Unforgiven

    Arguably one of the best Westerns. Combining harmony, gentle pace (but always exciting), efficient performances highlighting Gene Hackman and Clint Eastwood, with an inspiring film editing (Joel Cox) and remarkable photography.

  20. ammar's rating of the film Unforgiven

  21. James Mackin's rating of the film Unforgiven

    Goddamn. What a fucking western.

  22. el.'s rating of the film Unforgiven

  23. Aaron Dillenbeck's rating of the film Unforgiven

    Great cast that all hold their own weight. Slow at times but never without suspense and always moving forward. Not much violence, but holds your attention just with the threat of it.

  24. Lights in the Dusk's rating of the film Unforgiven

    Final statement of Eastwood as orator of the American west. His character like a cross-section of his past protagonists (creating a sense of the concluding chapter of a career-long journey from innocence into the abyss); a man who has committed the worst atrocity & found himself transformed by it; striving to find peace but still pulled back into the brutality & the bloodshed. A meditation on violence without equal.

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