I didn't really like the young guy. Not the character, but the acting. He didn't hold up to Eastwood and Freeman in their shared scenes.
Pretty much everything else. I loved how this movie is essentially the end of the western. The old guys can't really do it like they used to (unless they need to bring justice), and the new guys are too weak to continue the tradition. It's also an interesting take on the myths that most westerns create - beginning and ending with text like a book, the kid making his own name, Little Bill telling the writer how things really went down - when you match those things up with Munny, who was once as low as you can get as a human, not being able to get on a horse it says something about myths and reality.
And of course, Eastwood, Freeman, Hackman, and Harris were amazingly fantastic. Big props to Eastwood's directing. It looked amazing and was perfectly paced. Schindler's List
I don't think the last part of the movie worked for me. I get that it was touching and the survivors were honoring him, but it didn't have to be in the movie. I would have been fine with it ending as they walk out on the field in black and white.
Again, pretty much everything else. This movie was a little more straightforward, but the technical aspects were very strong. It looked great and Neeson, Fiennes, and Kingsley were amazing. I did cry during Schindler's last speech, I don't know how you couldn't. One of the most amazing things about this movie is how long it felt, or didn't feel. At three and a half hours long you would have thought it would drag even a little. I don't think it did, until the end at least.
This is a tough one. I'm gonna give it to Unforgiven
. I'm ready for the claims of "cinemoron". That's what the wildcard or whatever-wanna-call-it is for.