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One of my Top 5 Favorite Movies Of All Time!
Unforgiven is such an amazing film! First of all let me just say I am still pretty young, so you will probably laugh at what I'm about to say, but I consider Unforgiven to be Clint Eastwood's best movie! It's truly a masterpiece, and when you add Morgan Freeman, and Gene Hackman into the mix, you know it's gonna be a good film! I look at Unforgiven simply as this, A man who has turned away from a life of Violence, and he is looking to raise his kids and remember his wife who has passed away... When a Gentleman known as the Schofield Kid shows up and offers Munny (Eastwood) a chance to split the reward of a violent act, he decides to go, but only if he can bring his best friend Ned (Freeman). Well in a dramatic turn of events, Munny is forced to once again become the man from his past, who he swore he would never become again!
My favorite scene of the movie is when Munny goes to see Ned and tells him about what they will be doing and why, when Eastwood rides up on that horse, and Freeman sees him, I get goosebumps...
I totally recommend Unforgiven if you've never seen it! 10 of 10!
The Godfather (1972)
Simply The Greatest Film Ever Made!
I love this movie! I will gladly be the first to admit, that I have always been fascinated by the Mafia, and that particular lifestyle... It's an incredible ride! It will deliver every genre of film you could possibly want: Action, Drama, Comedy, Suspense, and Romance... The performances in this movie by Marlon Brando, Robert Duvall, Al Pacino, James Caan, Diane Keaton, and John Cazale are simply the best acting you will ever see... I've always said if I can't believe the actors in their roles, then I will not recommend the movie to someone, In The Godfather, Everyone performs their roles... Perfectly! I know this is a long movie, but trust me, I have seen it so many times, and it is the only movie that I've ever seen to keep my attention the entire running time.
I am a huge movie person, and I will also admit I'm still pretty young, but what I do know is The Godfather tops my list as my all time favorite movie! I've cried several times at the expanse of the Corleone Family! I wish I could truly sum up how emotionally gripping this movie is, but I just can't, I could try all day, but I would keep saying oh I'm missing this, or I'm missing that... I am also reminded of what Marlon Brando said, and I apply this to my life everyday... "A Man Who Doesn't Spend Time With His Family Can Never Truly Be A Real Man!"