On the Waterfront
Crime • NR • 1954 • 1 hr 48 min
Probably Brandos best film ever. His acting brings you into the movie with him. Passionate and heartbreaking. A MUST WATCH CLASSIC. 10/10
Marlon Brando the GOAT. One of those must-sees for every aspiring actor and story-teller
A masterpiece of acting and directing that explores the themes of corruption and redemption.
The amount of sex I've had by pretending im Terry Malloy is unthinkable (Zero)
Marlon Brando delivers one of the great performances on film ever. Kazan delivers a extraordinary story through ordinary characters.
This is a very powerful film showing that you can stand up to those in power and win. It still resonates after all these years.
Great performance from Brandi captured here, the movie itself is secondary
The Godfather had some rough jobs before he got into organized crime.
Brando is the only reason I'd watch this again if I have to. I couldn't help but feel that this one is outdated,maybe even overrated.
If you've ever wondered why Marlon Brando is so highly regarded, go watch this.
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