Taxi Driver / Bringing Out The Dead

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SCORSESE & SCHRADER’S NEW YORK Double Feature: TAXI DRIVER, 1976, Sony Repertory, 113 min. Director Martin Scorsese’s “savage, many-headed dragon of the American New Wave” (Michael Atkinson, The Village Voice) is as potent as ever. Cabbie Travis Bickle (Robert De Niro’s seminal pistol-packing, insomniac loner) drives through the open sewer that is mid-1970s Manhattan, with its pimps (Harvey Keitel), hookers (Jodie Foster), politicos (Cybill Shepherd and Albert Brooks) and other scummy creatures of the neon wilderness. With a ferocious script by Paul Schrader. BRINGING OUT THE DEAD, 1999, Paramount, 121 min. TAXI DRIVER director Martin Scorsese and writer Paul Schrader return to the gritty streets of Manhattan - in an ambulance. This time Nicolas Cage (in one of his best performances) takes the wheel as burnt-out paramedic Frank Pierce, bedeviled by a heroin epidemic that’s gripped the city and haunted by the patients he couldn’t save.
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Release: March 12, 2015