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Mean Streets

The story of the film tells the life of the young man named Charlie, a young American Italian and Johnny Boy. In those difficult days, the hood is struggling to cope with life for a short time and trying to make an ideal experience to succeed in the 'moderate streets' of Little Italian.
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April 16, 2013 This marriage of indelible imagery with electric, seemingly incongruous pop songs wouldn't be bettered until, well, the next time Scorsese decided to do it.
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Cinema Writer
August 20, 2010 showcases Scorsese's artistic strengths and weaknesses as they stood at the outset of his career
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March 31, 2008 Scorsese is exceptionally good at guiding his largely unknown cast to near-flawless recreations of types. Outstanding in this regard is De Niro.
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Chicago Sun-Times
January 01, 2000 In countless ways, right down to the detail of modern TV crime shows, Mean Streets is one of the source points of modern movies.
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Los Angeles Times
February 14, 2001 Its greatness lies in its leanness, with nary a word, a move, a gesture that's nonessential.
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March 03, 2013 Scorsese exalts cinema as the mediator of reality, memory and reverie, the demonic art that enthralls the church boy
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Time Out
February 09, 2006 One of the best American films of the decade.
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Chicago Reader
March 31, 2008 The acting and editing have such an original, tumultuous force that the picture is completely gripping.
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New York Times
May 20, 2003 No matter how bleak the milieu, no matter how heartbreaking the narrative, some films are so thoroughly, beautifully realized they have a kind of tonic effect that has no relation to the subject matter.
Matt's Movie Reviews
March 09, 2011 Authentic in feel and immensely personal in subject matter, Mean Streets marked the arrival of one Martin Scorsese and his unique brand of urban filmmaking.
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May 22, 2016 [F]or all the violence of the streets, this is less a crime film than a character piece, a love letter to the streets of New York's Little Italy and the young men rattling around like tough guys and fantasizing about becoming the real thing.
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IMDb: 7
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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