Three cab drivers of assorted ages and genders provide unique perspectives on the profound changes wrought by preparations for the 2008 Olympic Games in "Beijing Taxi."
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.
An in-depth look at the abuse of prisoners at Bagram, Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo Bay prisons with interviews by former high-ranking U.S. government officials and the soldiers who were involved.
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…
There's no faulting Luc Besson's commercial instincts. But anyone over age 12 watching the Besson-penned "Taxi 4," barely three months after "Arthur and the Invisibles," could justifiably assume he's…
Luc Besson's Europacorp is about to hop into a fourth "Taxi." Sequel, co-produced by Gallic indie ARP, is being kept under wraps ahead of Cannes, but buzz is already at full throttle since the first…
"Taxi" serves up embarrassing evidence that even a ragged French original can be better than its American remake. Failing to improve on the inept but hugely successful 1998 Luc Besson vehicle, pic…
Jimmy Fallon has hopped aboard "Taxi" -- and found a way to make his feature starring debut while keeping his "Saturday Night Live" anchor job as well.
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…
An hour's entertainment for the boys in the now established golden hearted hoodlum manner of James Cagney.