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Raw Scorsese takes his baby steps on the directing helm with this unadulterated depiction of the suburban New York of the 70s.
I can totally understand how this movie is looked upon with great reverence. Scorsese certainly created something interesting for the day and age, and furthermore put a few noteworthy actors on the map. It makes perfect sense that this project led to bigger and better projects and opportunities. I particularly enjoyed seeing it to observe Scorsese's humble beginnings and improving evolution as a talented filmmaker. This was very worth my time to watch, but I don't think that I'll be watching it again.
Boring, badly edited, story was lacking, acting was over the top as if it was forced, zero indication of a real storyline. Basically this movie meanders around a shitty neighborhood in NYC with no aim or direction.
This foreshadows Goodfellas, one of the greatest of all movies. Much of it is shot with a red lens, putting the viewer in the rough bars of Manhattan. Of particular interest is its religious themes, which play a large part in the main character's (Keitel) role, as he ponders heaven and hell. Of course, the period jukebox background score is present as in his later classics. A must-see for Scorsese fans - or anyone who likes gritty reality. A far better film than his more well-known Taxi Driver.
A vastly overrated film who's principal redeeming feature is that it shows the potential Scorsese eventually grew into
Simple yet effective
No like Harvey Keitel. Movie need plot, not just walk around act ethnic. Blobbo turn off half way. (Where emperor' clothes?.)
Barely any plot, drags on, ending lacks closer. NEXT.
The best Scorsese film before Taxi Driver. Mean Streets is a crime drama about the protagonist's internal dissension between his devotion to God and a life of crime on the "mean streets" of New York. A cogent film with themes of guilt, faith, and responsibility and with amazing performances from Harvey Keitel and Robert De Niro.
Torture. Awful in every way.