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User 1 Review:
Great movie, but if you watch the DVD and listen to the "commentary" supposedly about 'the' movie, you will be gravely disappointed as two men talk on and on and on solely about their opinion. The continually references to Brando's "sexiness", by these two old men, became so sickening that I will not be able to view the movie again without mentally hearing their ongoing non-stop rhetoric. I have been ruined. The majic I once had, has now vanished. This one will remain on the shelf. My advice: watch the movie, fall in love with its realness, but whatever you do, DO NOT listen to the "Special Feature" commentary...it'll ruin the beauty of the film.
User 2 Review:
88%Watched this on 20/5/16Really different from an American film of the 50s, On the Waterfront has a plot that is worth remembering, something that is realistic because it deals with the life of the common folk of the time which might still resonate even today. Marlon Brando, Karl Malden and Eva Maria Saint give commendable performances where I feel that Malden gave the best despite a short screen time. The direction, the music are all spot on and the carry the movie forward rather than make it feel artificial like in many noirs. However, I did not enjoy the ending that much, it could have been a bit more realistic than dramatic.
User 3 Review:
I just re-watched ON THE WATERFRONT. It's a masterpiece and beyond. This is one of the greatest films ever made. Marlon Brando gave the greatest performance of his career (sorry GODFATHER fans). Eva Marie Saint was terrific in it and absolutely beautiful, too. Karl Malden was great as the priest. Elia Kazan (who was controversial for informing on fellow Hollywood prodders during the McCarthy Era) did a great job of directing. The famous scene with Brando and Rod Steiger ("I could've been a contender") is a classic because it is so beautifully acted. One of the grittiest and one of the most moving films ever made. It deserved the Oscars it got. If you haven't seen this movie you should!