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Taxi Driver

Cast

Robert De Niro, Cybill Shepherd, Harvey Keitel, Jodie Foster View All


Crew

Martin Scorsese (Director), Paul Schrader (Writer) View All

Released: Feb. 8th, 1976
Runtime: 1 hour, 53 minutes
A mentally unstable Vietnam War veteran works as a night-time taxi driver in New York City where the perceived decadence and sleaze feeds his urge for violent action, attempting to save a preadolescent prostitute in the process.
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31 Taxi Driver
Since no one anwered, what's so great about it? What's the point? Is he good or evil. It's absolute crap! A fmadman goine ever insane until he kills people....
0 Taxi Driver DVD re-release?
Hi all.. I was wondering if anyone had any information concerning the next release of Taxi Driver on DVD? The first two are currently out of print and I am in dire need of news of a future version!...
11 Question about Taxi driver
i have seen this movie like a million times and its one of my favorite movies of all time but i have always been confused about one part. Why does Travis go to the senator after his speech and try to ...
4 Shia Labeouf as taxi driver??
Hey guys, so I can't believe I can't remember/figure out what movie this is... It's crazy because I have been in love with Shia for years now... (As you may know he is my celeb crush along with Jesse ...
16 Taxi Driver Sequel, or remake
Now bear with me here, Robert Deniro's still alive, he can play the Travis in modern day society. I mean think of all the people who would watch this film and not even know of the original. I mean it'...

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Gatsby
Taxi Driver takes the study of a wandering, misfit and lonely character and takes it to a whole new level.
The Gunslinger45
Taxi Driver is often named as one of the greatest movies Martin Scorsese has ever made, and it has made quite a few lists of the greatest movies ever made.
Okay
Another complaint I have is how some symbolism in the film got in the way of its logic, for example, near the end, when Travis has shaved his head and attended the public rally, he is positioned in a way that makes him stand out from the crowd, but how come the Secret Service agent hasn't noticed him when they have already encountered each other earlier in the film, I mean Travis is even wearing the same clothes, he only puts 2 and 2 together once Travis attempts to make his move, this is only a minor nitpick and it didn't have much of an impact on my experience though.
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