Clint Eastwood revived the Western genre in 1992 with "Unforgiven," showing off directorial chops honed over years spent working with the master himself, Sergio Leone.
Eastwood plays former bad guy William Munny who has become clumsy and bumbling
with age. The reformed criminal is drawn out of retirement when he is commissioned to find and kill a prostitute's attackers.
Munny and his old friend
Ned head out to claim the prize.