Mean Streets (BD) [Blu-ray]
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Two-time Academy Award-winner Robert De Niro ("GoodFellas," "The Godfather, Part II") stars in Martin Scorsese's ("Raging Bull," "The Age of Innocence") drama of young men coming to manhood by the code of New York's Little Italy. A harrowing, intense, and grueling dramatic experience -- brilliantly acted and directed. Also starring Academy Award-nominee Harvey Keitel ("Pulp Fiction," "The Piano") and future producer Amy Robinson ("After Hours," "Running on Empty"). Inducted into the Library of Congress National Film Registry. Recently selected by the prestigious American Film Institute as one of the 400 greatest American films of all time. Leonard Maltin praises this as the "technically dazzling film that put director Scorsese on the map... and deservedly so," giving it his highest rating of "****" (four stars).]]>
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Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro together for the first time.
This movie started a relationship that spans eight films and sparked creative genius from behind-the-camera as well as in front of the camera that has yet to be duplicated.
'Mean Streets' offers a little insight into a world that's both fascinating and dangerous, thanks to Scorsese's semi-autobiographical references he incorporated into this film.
Harvey Keitel plays a young Italian named Charlie. As Johnny-Boy so eloquently puts it, "Charlies likes everybody. Everybody likes Charlie." He struggles to live his life with some degree of normalcy, but immediately feels the pressures of his Little Italy neighborhood. He feels he has to save Johnny-Boy from a life of gambling and heavy debt, but when he can't, the climax begins to unfold. A far cry from his 'Sport' characterization in "Taxi Driver," Harvey Keitel gives a great and sympathy-evoking performance.
Robert De Niro plays Johnny-Boy, Charlie's childhood friend who's a bit unbalanced and a lot in debt. This role here offers a foreshadowing in the roles that good 'ol Bobby D. would later become famous for. ::Ahem:: 'Travis Bickle' in "Taxi Driver." Johnny-Boy is enjoyable, from his entrance into Charlie's bar right up to the climatic end (I'm not giving it away.)De Niro is astounding, and I'm not saying that just because he's my favorite actor on the face of this green earth. He's really captivating. It's extremely hard to take your eyes off of him because of his character's unpredicatability.Read more ›
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As a huge gangster movie fan, I hate writing this, but this movie is terrible.......no discernable storyline and you cannot tell what the plot might be....... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Christopher W
What a terrible movie. Save your money. The great cast means nothing.Published 16 days ago by MikeRoss
DeNiro and Keitel in the early days. Badass movie. very cool multiple stories woven together.Published 1 month ago by Bob Lewis
Great acting. Story line does not advance. It's almost like "a day in the life of a small time wannabe mobster" rather than having an actual plot.Published 1 month ago by Mr. Wan
Interesting in it's specificity and passion. But the story does not pull me in.Published 1 month ago by Jeffrey
A great movie with not much of a plot! Just about the life of living in the Italian hood of the 70's in New York City!! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I was disappointed given the actors. It was pretty cheesy I thought.Published 2 months ago by OSFANs
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