Friday, July 02, 2004

Goodbye to Marlon Brando, who died yesterday at age 80.

Even though he was a bit of a flake in his personal life, to say the least, he was always interesting in whatever project, good, bad or classic, he chose to involve himself in. He was one of the greats.

Don't know if I have a favorite Brando flick, not really- but I really liked On The Waterfront, and he contributed immeasurably to the Godfather films, which I finally sat down and watched in their entirety for the first time last year. Still haven't seen Godfather III though.

Anyway, I digress. RIP, Mr. Brando.

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