For todays A to Z challenge letter of “U” I have easily chosen Unforgiven. I have always liked Clint Eastwood and it hasn’t changed. Now ass in Gene Hackman, Morgan Freeman and Richard Harris and… well WOW. Amazing movie, fun and exciting at the same time. Pretty sure it won best picture as well… One of the times I actually agreed with the result.
I had always love Clint Eastwood and for me it had been a long time since I had seen him in anything. Morgan Freeman is one of the best actors on the planet and Gene Hackman well… Lex Luthor in a western… Why the hell not. I knew Richard Harris at the time by face… you know what I mean right? You see him in a movie and go “Hey it’s that guy from that thing we watched.” You know him but can’t remember his name… He went on to do many things but perhaps you all know him as the original Professor Dumbledore before his passing in 2002.
Surprisingly for an odd letter for movies like “U” I had some others I considered. What is your Favorite movie that starts with this letter. Favorite Western… for me it’s this.
Favorite Quote – Little Bill Daggett – You just shot an unarmed man.
Bill Munny – He should have armed himself if he’s gonna decorate his saloon with my friend.
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