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Mean Streak (1999)

Mean Streak





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Scott Bakula and Leon star in this mystery thriller. An African-American baseball player is having a hot season and threatens to break Joe DiMaggio's batting record. However, one baseball fan isn't so thrilled -- a psychotic racist who has been murdering young black boys and sending their severed thumbs to the slugger, warning him not to break the record of "Joltin' Joe." Soon the FBI and the NYPD are both on the case, trying to catch the psycho before another child is killed (and so the player can finish the season).more
Rating: R (for language, violence and some strong sexuality.)
Genre: Mystery & Suspense, Television
Directed By:
Written By: David Ryan, John Fasano
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jan 23, 2001
Carlyle Productions


Scott Bakula
as Lou Mattoni
as Altman Rogers
Ron McLarty
as Tony Mattoni
Howard Dell
as Cash Manley
Wayne Best
as Icy Eyes
Beau Starr
as Capt. Churchman
Fulvio Cecere
as Nakelski
Geza Kovacs
as Medical Examiner
Michael Mc Murtry
as Cash's Manager
Philip Akin
as Uniform Cop
J.C. Kenny
as Reporter
Will Corno
as Runner at First Base
Michael Clarke
as Second Baseman
Carol Anderson
as Forensics Photograph...
Calvin Green
as Dominican Joe
Ida Carnevali
as Old Woman
Gene Mack
as Nation Of Islam Dude
Troy Seivwright-Adam...
as Sixth-Grade Boy
Bill Lake
as Cop at Gate
Skad West
as Williams
Michael Querin
as Mounted Cop
Peter Solala
as Federal Agent
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4.5/10. Downright boring thriller about racially motivated murders. The cast sleepwalks through their roles, there is nothing about the film that is particularly good. Bland and unexciting.

James Higgins

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