I totally did. I've been meaning to read the Marlon Brando one.
In fairness, "generations" are pretty wiggly. It isn't so much when you were born, it's who your parents were - if you were part of the Baby Boom after WWII, you grew up during the Long Boom and are a Baby Boomer. If you are a Baby Boomer, your kids are Millennials. If you were born before the end of WWII, as in, you were born anywhere from the Roaring 20s to 1945, you are the "Silent Generation" and your kids are Generation X.
But even that gets nice and preposterous as I am squarely Generation X but most of the kids in my high school were Millennials while my wife counts as half GenX, half Millennial because her dad was born in '45 and her mom in '46.