Unforgiven
Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
Hackman's villain is of the subtle type -- just evil enough that you want him stopped but not bad enough to hate him.
Current Score:
475
Total Votes:
911
2
Not only does the flick have the most exciting car chase of all time, but it has Hackman at his best, as a cop investigating a drug ring.
Current Score:
473
Total Votes:
873
3
Hackman's inspirational work as a high-school coach helps this classic sports flick rise above cliches.
Current Score:
396
Total Votes:
862
4
For tackling the controversial subject of the KKK and the sixties Deep South, Hackman earned another Oscar nomination.
Current Score:
364
Total Votes:
758
5
In his breakout role, Hackman manages to steal just a tiny bit of thunder from superstars Beatty and Dunaway.
Current Score:
275
Total Votes:
719
6
Hackman's priest is the best part of the original disaster flick, a movie with no shortage of fun, memorable scenes.
Current Score:
132
Total Votes:
730
7
Lex Luthor becomes one of the most fun villains of all time in Hackman's hands. Menacing and comical all at once.
Current Score:
99
Total Votes:
733
8
Hackman's vouyer is sad, creepy, and a bit sympathetic. That's what makes The Conversation such a classic.
Current Score:
97
Total Votes:
681
9
Who else could have played off the cranky, manipulative, and lovable Tenenbaum? Nobody. Which is why Hackman won a Golden Globe.
Current Score:
29
Total Votes:
711
10
Hackman had only one scene, but it's as memorable as any in Warren Beatty's romantic epic.
Current Score:
-182
Total Votes:
568