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

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

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

    perfectly fits that Isolation song

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

  6. Elena's rating of the film Taxi Driver

  7. abunchoffilms's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    As much as I love Scorsese, I really think he has made only three films of utter importance (Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, Goodfellas). My issue with Raging Bull is it felt like he was shooting for a masterpiece. This feel feels effortless and is just as fresh now as it was then.

  8. 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.

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

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

  10. subtonal's rating of the film Taxi Driver

  11. 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.

  12. shonenknifeplay's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    A pitiable, confused anti-hero that goes into one of the most memorable descent into madness in film history, culminating in his redemption in the film's most blood-soaked, iconic scene.

  13. Akash Jaiswal's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    No movie has depicted loneliness of working class men in such an entertaining manner.

  14. Beril's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    "All the animals come out at night - whores, skunk pussies, buggers, queens, fairies, dopers, junkies, sick, venal. Someday a real rain will come and wash all this scum off the streets. I go all over. I take people to the Bronx, Brooklyn, I take 'em to Harlem. I don't care. Don't make no difference to me."

  15. Victor Morosoff's rating of the film Taxi Driver

  16. Dada Kubin's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    New York, New York; this is no love letter to the City, but it’s one of the greatest portraits of any city in movie history. Yet the portrait would be nothing if there wasn’t Travis Bickle, the moralist nihilist through whose eyes we see the dirt and hear the screams. In the end, Travis and “Taxi Driver’s” New York are quite alike: deranged and murderous and full of hate.

  17. Ace Sollestre's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    3.5 still unsure on how i felt about this film maybe another viewing would change my mind

  18. Duarte Ferreira's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    One of the all-timers. A perfect portrail of the dirty underground living of the 70's, while bolstering one absolutely magnetic performance by De Niro, playing the ultimate disturbed protagonist. One of the most dirty and realistic pieces of film I've seen

  19. Alexander Dunkelberger's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    One of those films that’s hard not to view through the “classic” lens. That shouldn’t deride from its greatness however. Scorsese captures a very particular, yet almost, and disturbingly, universal state of mind. Travis Bickle is disturbing to most, more disturbing to those who can identify with him, which is a disturbingly great many.

  20. 303's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    Possibly the best film ever made

  21. Kevin Matthews's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    It's impossible to discuss Taxi Driver without repeating what has already been said. Extra praise is redundant, whether heaped upon Scorsese, Schrader, De Niro, Foster, Shepherd, Herrmann, or anyone else. The only thing I'll say is that the film retains a feeling of palpable danger throughout. Danger for the characters onscreen and danger in terms of cinematic attitude, what it shows and where it takes the audience.

  22. Angus George Alexander Brown's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    It's the age-old problem of a film being heavily praised by friends and family members before you get the chance to watch it - this is good, but not a masterpiece. It is very disturbing on a psychological level.

  23. redux's rating of the film Taxi Driver

    The Big Seventies Masterpiece — or is it? The guy's alienation and descent into toxic delusions almost make it, all right. But the famous rampage is, in fact, anticlimactic, and the tucked-on end scenes take everything back by being both implausible and ethically gross. I suspect the film's enormous prestige resulted from the trigger-happy fantasies it induced in undiscerning male viewers, banal as that. Enter Rambo.

  24. Christofi Cotonou's rating of the film Taxi Driver

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