Watch Taxi Driver - AcornTV, Amazon Prime Video, AMC Premiere, Angel Studios, Apple TV, Apple TV+, BET+, BluTV, BritBox, BroadwayHD, Cinemax, Classix, Crackle, Crunchyroll, Crunchyroll Premium, Cultpix, Curiosity Stream, dafilms, DC Universe, Dekkoo, DIRECTV STREAM, Discovery+, Disney Plus, Disney+, DocAlliance Films, Docsville, Epix, ESPN Player, Eventive, Exxen, Fandor, FilmBox, Filmmodu, Filmzie, Freevee, fuboTV, Funimation, Google Play Movies & TV, Hallmark Movies Now, HBO, Hdfilmcehennemi, Hoichoi, Hoopla, Hulu, IndieFlix, IPTV, Kanopy, MagellanTV, MAX, MUBI, Mubi, Netflix, Paramount+, Peacock, Peacock Premium, Philo, Plex, PlutoTV, PopcornFlix, Prime Video, puhutv, Showtime, Shudder, Spamflix, Starz, Sun NXT, Tabii, Takflix, The Criterion Channel, Tivibu, Tubi, Turkcell TV Plus, TV+, TVision, Vudu, WOW Presents Plus, YouTube, YouTube Premium
A mentally unstable veteran works as a nighttime taxi driver in New York City, where the perceived decadence and sleaze fuels his urge for violent action.
“Taxi Driver” is a psychological thriller movie directed by Martin Scorsese and released in 1976. The movie stars Robert De Niro as Travis Bickle, a lonely and mentally unstable Vietnam War veteran who works as a taxi driver in New York City.
As Travis drives around the city, he becomes increasingly disillusioned with the urban decay and corruption he sees around him. He becomes obsessed with a beautiful campaign volunteer named Betsy (played by Cybill Shepherd), but his attempts to woo her fail and he begins to spiral out of control.
Travis’s obsession with cleaning up the city leads him to purchase firearms and plan an assassination attempt on a presidential candidate. The movie culminates in a violent and bloody shootout that leaves Travis critically injured but also hailed as a hero.
“Taxi Driver” is widely regarded as one of the greatest movies ever made, and it has had a profound impact on popular culture. It has been praised for its themes of loneliness, alienation, and violence, as well as for its masterful direction, iconic performances, and iconic score by composer Bernard Herrmann.