Unforgiven  

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Unforgiven received wide acclaim. Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes registers a "Certified Fresh" 95% approval rating among reviews. They also acclaimed it as a fitting eulogy to the western genre. Jack Methews of the Los Angeles Times described it as "The finest classical western to come along since perhaps John Ford's 1956 The Searchers." Richard Corliss in Time wrote that the film was "Eastwood's meditation on age, repute, courage, heroism – on all those burdens he has been carrying with such grace for decades."

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Unforgiven 1992 is a Western film which tells the story of a retired gunslinger who takes on one more job. The film was directed by Clint Eastwood and the screenplay was by David Webb Peoples. A Western that deals frankly with the uglier aspects of violence and the myth of the Old West, it stars Clint Eastwood, Gene Hackman and Morgan Freeman. Eastwood dedicated the movie to former directors and mentors Don Siegel and Sergio Leone.




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