Monday, November 16, 2015

Unforgiven Ending

Write about the (wo)manhood shown in Unforgiven.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Collin L.
There was a lot of man hood in unforgiven. One of the manliest things that William did was start drinking again. Since he started to drink it make him into a cold blooded killer and he went to the brothel and killed the owner and all the deputies. The schofeild kid was manly when he said he was never gonna kill anyone ever again and he also gives Will his gun. Ned was manly when he was getting whipped, he never said anything until the very end which was so bad that it killed him.

Anonymous said...

I think there was a lot of man hood in that kid because he said i'm not going to kill any more people. After that he handed him his gun and said you can shoot me if you want. Another think that I thought was manly was William said i'm not going to shoot you. You are my only friend. It seemed like it took a lot of manhood for William to say i'm not going to shoot you. I think that the kid is the most manly to tell a killer that he wont kill no more and another thing that I thought was vary manly of him was to tell him he actually never killed someone before he killed the guy that was pooping. Dusty Josten

Anonymous said...

Manhood is shown a lot in this movie. Then again there are some things that happen that aren't manly in any way shape or form. My first example of Manhood is during this film Ned and the kid and every other man in this movie decides that it's a good idea to go to a whore house and pay for certain things to happen to them while their stay. Will on the other hand makes the more manly decision in the film compared to everyone else because when offered to do things with another girl. He thinks of his wife and decides that its not the best thing for him to do at that time. He chose not to do that because he had a wife and his wife had changed him before she had died.

Dwight Harris

Tye Schaefers said...

from what we watched today William was all ready to GO ON HIS WAY HOME WITH HIS SHIER OF THE MONEY TO HIS KIDS. but than he learned some terrible news, that his best friend was killed by the Sharif. he gits very mad and starts to drinking booze, a lot of it. he than tells the kid to bring his share to his kids and to Ned's wife. than he goes into the bar and kills the owner of the bar for leaving Ned's body exposed outside of it and the Sharif calls him out on that. when he goes to shoot the Sharif for the first time his gun misfires and there is a shootout, he shoots the Sharif first, i think he left him for last so he could look into his eyes as he killed him and shoots him in the face. when he goes out into the open he makes a threat to kill anybody who tries something. than tells the town to bury Ned right and if not he will come back and kill every body responsible.

Anonymous said...

Kennedy Jellis

The womanhood part about this movie was the women had hired another man to kill the guy that had cut up one of the girls, so William had came and killed the guy who had cut the girl and then the kid who they were having tag along ended up killing one of the Sheriff's and that was what set up for Ned to be killed and Ned had said that William will come and kill you guys and what did William do? He killed those guys, and I really do think they deserved it, they showed such cowardliness, they pretty much had the vibe that their crap don't stink, I felt bad at sometimes for the guys but then I would realize what happened and that the guys that got killed really deserved it, the film was really good and I will tell my parents about this movie and maybe they will want to have a movie night and watch it and eat some yummy popcorn. I'm really glad I'm in this class, it's an awesome class, I don't have any other classes but Hollywood VS. History that watches movies as well, I think it's awesome that we just randomly pick a day to watch a movie and then we end up watching a movie. I really lost tract of the movie in the middle, it would go from the whores because hurt and them hiring someone and then William and Ned show up with a kid and it was confusing at times, but then I really got the hang of it and it ended well! I hope there is a second one because I think that just because some big bad guy comes in and kills pretty much the whole population of the Sheriff's that another guy messing around with one of the whores wont hurt another one, so I'm sure William will be back and I'll be waiting for the second movie.

Keaton Leopold said...

I saw lots of manhood in this movie with all the cowboys, guns, alcohol and murder but the manliest thing I think i've seen in this movie is the fact that he is doing all of this for his kids. I hope when Will returned to his children he went back to the way he was but the way the movie ended I believe he is going to be a murderous cowboy until his death which may or may not be by the hand of another man. Another manly thing I thought was when the Kid decided he never wanted to kill another man again because he had realized what he had actually done. I can’t say I saw much womanhood in this movie. the only women you see are the whores at the brothel and being a whore is not a womanly thing in the slightest. I guess they did help Will after he got beat up at the bar but other than that not much.
Keaton Leopold

Brandon Flory said...

I feel like some manly things their were was that. He helped the kid after he was nerves from shooting that guy. Client took all the killing into his own hands. Other things were that he stopped drinking for his wife, he stopped for a hole ten years. He also took care of his kids when his wife died. Another thing is that when that women asked if he wanted to sleep with her, he said No out of respect of his wife. Then he protected all the women from other men. Morgan was definitely a man because he went a long with client to protect him because the ride together.

pulse said...

When Mr.Money finds out his long time partner and friend was killed and his body was put on display for everyone to see.Mr.Money takes a gun and rides into town and goes to the bar and is heavily outnumber he starts picking men off one by one and starts to drink again and turns into the old killing machine he use to be back in the day and he kills people for revenge on his friend,when he is leaving a man is hiding behind the bar and he has a clear shot on Will but he says he is not a person who kills and then he gets away after cleaning the town of the bad men and I think that is a mainly thing to do for standing up for his friend who he loved dearly and they are partners forever and that will never be separated.

Quinn Riemer said...

Manhood is demonstrated in this film when William Munny goes back to his old ways to provide for his children. He has been doing well for ten years and now with no choice left for money since his pigs are dying, he decides to get a quick couple kills to provide for his kids. Doing this was against his new found judgement of killing people since his wife who has since died veered him in the right direction. After he shoots on of the men who helped cut up the lady he immediately feels sorry and ashamed for taking his life and even encourages his friends to give him some water.

Elizabeth Buthe pd4 said...

I saw womanhood in the females because it talks a lot of matchmaker to higher strangers to kill two men for cutting up one of your friends. You have to be very womanly to be able to hide something like this from men and hide money. I think the woman were very brave to sneak away from their home to help the two men Ned Logan and The 'Schofield Kid' take care of the men's friend William when he got sick and when Little Bill beat up the men's friend.

Anonymous said...

I feel like Will is a manly guy. Will is a brave and that is manly. In lots of ways Will is not manly. Will kills many people without any problems. Ned was very mature. Ned made smart choices. Ned was a tough guy that's what makes him manly.

Anonymous said...

The manly hood thing that Bill did is when The Schofield Kid told him what happened to the girl that got her face all cut up by a guy. Bill went and talk to Ned about it and asked him to go with him to kill the guys that cut up the girls face. Another manly thing Bill did is when Ned got killed Bill when and pretty much stood up for him.
Stoltenburg

Anonymous said...

The womanhood shown in the film is when that girl brought the bag of money to William and the son. They did what they were suppose to do for the girls. Another manhood is when the son shoot the guy taking a poop on the toilet and then felt guilty about it. Then started to cry about it. Ned is a man because when he tries to escape and the men find him and beat him because he wouldn't tell the bad guys where they were at. William shoots little bill for killing Ned and all the other guys. Womanhood would be the daughter respects William for not having sex with her because of his wife which is died. The daughter finds out that the wife is died because she didn't know that. Madison Wojciechowski Pd4