A shocker of a remake, equal parts stylish and scuzzy, "Maniac" only marginally softens the grindhouse sleaze of William Lustig's 1980 original.
The Berlinale is continuing its tradition of presenting restored masterpieces in the Berlinale Special section with a newly restored version of Martin Scorsese's "Taxi Driver."
Berlin and the Internet have been abuzz with rumors of a Martin Scorsese-Robert De Niro-Lars Von Trier collaboration -- and, at least for the time being, they appear to be true.
A Kabuli taxi driver's discovery of a swaddled infant in the backseat of his cab ignites a series of seriocomic reactions that paint a complex portrait of the cabbie, his city and his culture in…
Photos and video of torture at Bagram and Abu Ghraib are the most viscerally disturbing elements of "Taxi to the Dark Side," but the way soft-spoken soldiers were transformed into beasts with the…
Pointing initially in the direction of a road thriller about a vengeful husband flagging down the taxi driver who's cuckolded him, "Driving With My Wife's Lover" blossoms into a deeply felt study of…
A psychotic seizure of a performance by Christian Bale dominates "Harsh Times," the directorial debut of David Ayer that channels "Taxi Driver" while also feeling like a dry run for Ayer's…
A cold-as-gunmetal tale of a young taxi driver who helps a homesick Mexican beauty improvise a drug deal in Vienna, "The Stranger" is a nicely crafted mood piece more notable for its quiet sense of…
Assassins, mass murderers and other freakish criminals more often than not turn out to be the quiet kid down the street. "Taxi Driver" is Martin Scorsese's frighteningly plausible case history of…