You know I love me the classic movies. I will pretty much watch any movie if it's in black and white and made before 1965. I especially love movies that I've never really heard of but they have an actor I like in the starring role. This time around for the Saturday International Museum of Art free movie they are screening a film I haven't seen with one of my favorite actors, Marlon Brando.

The movie is One-Eyed Jacks and it stars mega superstar, Marlon Brando. Any Brando movie is worth watching because he was not only amazing at what he did but he was just such a gorgeous man at this point in his career.

The movie was made in 1961 and follows Brando and his partner in crime after they have robbed a bank in Mexico. They are making a run for the United States when Brando gets betrayed by his partner who takes off with the money. Brando ends up in prison for years, but when he finally gets out, he tracks the man who betrayed him and left him for dead in a Mexican prison living the life of a lawman in California.
Brando's character makes plans to kill his former partner, but when he falls in love with the man's stepdaughter who doesn't know anything about the men's lawless past, he beings to have second thoughts.

The movie is free and afterward, check out the Museum. It has a lot of interesting exhibits, and the architecture and furnishings are breathtaking. You can even enjoy the fantastically well-priced concessions. They have popcorn, soft drinks, and candy for a buck a piece so you can take someone with you and will probably only spend about $20 for the whole afternoon.

WHAT: One-Eyed Jacks
WHEN: Saturday, January 18, 2:00 p.m.
WHERE: International Museum of Art, 1211 Montana
COST: FREE