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Marlon Brando was the greatest actor of all times, this movie is a disgrace. I'm so disappointed and sad. I hope someday there will be a different kind of Brando-movie, and it will respect Marlon and his legacy. His life story deserves a great script,great director and great actors. This guy, who had a master plan to make this kind of B-rate movie of Brando, should be ashamed of himself. I'm so ashamed, that I even watched this whole movie. I will erase it from my memory,and think that this movie don't even exist. Thank god Marlon isn't here to see this awful parody of his life. There's a one thing that I liked on this movie, Damian Chapa's voice was just like Marlon's. Hence 1 star.
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