jesse (10 out of 10 ) Eastwood killing people never gets old.
Dravin (8 out of 10 ) I like the way Clint Eastwood handles the situations in this movie. He's a cold mean killer with a good heart. He's always a master of himself and the surroundings. Only thing that I didn't like was the way Gene Hackman acted in it, they could've put in someone else in his place, like Tommy Lee Jones. But I still love this movie, because Clint is the right man for the right western movie job.
Cooleemee Edd (10 out of 10 ) Clint is the man for the action. He just gets better with age! This is far better than the old "Spaghetti Westerns". I hope that he will do a couple more before hanging up his spurs!
Anupam (10 out of 10 ) What I regretted most when I saw the movie was why the hell did it take me 15 long years to see this classic. The movie was simply brilliant. It was a like fresh air among the slew of useless flicks that I had been watching lately. The scene where William Munney gets the news of his friend's death and starts drinking asking the girl who brought the news.. "Didn't scare Little Bill though, did it?", you get a chilling feel that the known thief and murderer, a man of notoriously vicious and intemperate disposition, CLINT EASTWOOD is back.
peter (10 out of 10 ) Clint Eastwood, Gene Hackman and Morgan Freeman? Enough said. One hell of a film by a filmmaker at the top of his game. I like the line in the film where munney says to his sidekick at one stage, "we all got it coming, kid" is like he is stating his own epitaph. It's one of a handful of westerns that will forever stand the test of time.
Frank (10 out of 10 ) So profound "A sad thing when you kill someone, you take away everything they have, and everything there going to have." I wish the young kids would think before they shoot.
Nigga Franz Haus (10 out of 10 ) I'm here to kill you, little bill. What a fantastic unorthodox story told in the west, well deserved best picture and most importantly the screenplay. Never before has such an honest depiction of killing been put to screen, as Eastwood's true to life character trumps any other anti-hero of the west. The most notable part of this movie is the script by David Peoples, deserving a solid 10/10.