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  1. Dalibor's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    Too often misinterpreted as just an overly graphic experience of misanthropy and "sartresque" loneliness, "Taxi Driver" is so ripe with juxtaposed grassroots motifs (suppressed/emancipated female, minority rights, war crimes, political populism, working class blues) it is both a deeply penetrative display of 70's urban America, as well as an everlasting case study on the birth of a radicalized individual.

  2. Sacha Aiache's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    travis est fou mais travis est juste

  3. ronny's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    nighttime jazz drives... De Niro's emotionless face full of emotion... dark, dark, dark...

  4. Ximena Rubio's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    You talkin’ to me You talkin’ to me? Well then who the hell else are you talkin’ to? You talkin’ to me? Well I’m the only one here.

  5. nadnab's rating of the film Taxi Driver

  6. mafaldasalgueiro's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    nada de especial a não ser a imagem...

  7. MisterColo93's rating of the film Taxi Driver

  8. Carl Penguin's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    rewatch. favourite scorsese.

  9. anzarkusuma's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    Bagi saya tokoh Travis pengen diakui keberadaannya, pengen punya kontribusi terhadap lingkungan, tambah dipicu sama lingkungan yg dia bilang "kotor".

  10. arcondicionado's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    well he COULD've just taken a xanax or something

  11. Adam Whybray's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    4.6 stars. I had forgotten how bloody good it is! A film glutted with poison. Infernal. A shame that its moral ambiguities, political subtleties and sheer cinematic poetry have been so often reduced through memeification and bland pastiche. I remember watching this as a teenager and seeing Travis as a grown man but now, watching again at 30, he seems like just a kid. A blistering, riveting film.

  12. Daniel S.'s rating of the film Taxi Driver

    See it once for Bernard Herrmann's musical score only. Masterpiece.

  13. iremna's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    Reminds me of Ulysses and Lynch. Any other referances?

  14. Shahin Katila's rating of the film Taxi Driver

  15. Julia Nogueira's rating of the film Taxi Driver

  16. Dan Kenneth Gigernes's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    Believable story about a city and "Hell on Earth". It feels like a honest character study where we see our taxi chauffeur driving through neon lit dirty streets of ungodly deeds. It also gives a good definition on how violence create violent anti-heroes. A dark and unhappy movie from the lowest side of civilization that both kicks and punches you in the face.

  17. Rui's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    Found the character development to be rather shallow, superficial and unrealistic. Rolled my eyes more than I care to mention watching this. Sorry, I did want to enjoy it.

  18. xer vokun's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    perfectly fits that Isolation song

  19. Catarina Monteiro's rating of the film Taxi Driver

  20. Elena's rating of the film Taxi Driver

  21. AJ's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    Taxi Driver is about a mentally unstable marine who's back from Vietnam and trying to live a normal life. The film shows his attempts and failures to make some connection with other people. He meets a beautiful woman and ends up taking her to a pornographic movie. Most of the film is about him trying to rescue a 12 year old prostitute, and it ends with him shooting up the brothel and trying to kill himself too.

  22. Ben Nash's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    Scorsese is a god, but you already knew this, didn't you?

  23. subtonal's rating of the film Taxi Driver

  24. Wee Hunk's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    This is a movie where you see it once, and you get it, and you never need to see it again. Just not a big fan of the violence if it's realistic. Fake violence built Hollywood after the 60's. This film is quoted enough for you to understand why it's a classic. This was during DeNiro's golden period. You look at the movies he's doing now, and they seem to be parodies of his earlier work.

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