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  1. Mean Streets is one of the finest crime films that I have seen, and with a great cast that deliver some stunning performances, this is a finely crafted film that only Scorsese could pull off.

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    • Drama, Crime
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  2. Roger Ebert. Martin Scorsese’s Mean Streets isn’t so much a gangster movie as a perceptive, sympathetic, finally tragic story about how it is to grow up in a gangster environment. Read full review. 100. Kevin Thomas. Mean Streets is a jazzy riff of a movie, zigging and zagging as if to the beat of snapping fingers.

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    • Martin Scorsese
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  4. Mean Streets is a jazzy riff of a movie, zigging and zagging as if to the beat of snapping fingers. Its greatness lies in its leanness, with nary a word, a move, a gesture that's nonessential. Read full review

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    • Harvey Keitel
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  7. Dec 01, 2020 · Mean Streets is one of Martin Scorsese’s earliest films. And it shows everything Scorsese represents as a filmmaker. And it shows everything Scorsese represents as a filmmaker. Not only does it follow the New York mafia, but it also spends a great deal of time focusing on the protagonist’s Catholicism.

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