In Marseilles (France), skilled pizza delivery boy Daniel who drives a scooter finally has his dreams come true. He gets a taxi license. Caught by the police for a huge speed infraction, he will help Emilien, a loser inspector who can't drive, on the track of German bank robbers, so he doesn't lose his license and his dream job.

Daniel, a taxi drivers, gets out of traffic offenses by making a deal with arresting-officer Emilien. Daniel and Emilien soon develop a friendship, as he chauffeurs him about. It is not long before the two are after German bank robbers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Taxi torrent reviews

Don S (mx) wrote: Not at all what I thought it would be about - I chose it thinking it would be about Kato from Green Hornet fame from the cover photo and Bruce Lee having played the part - but it was better than average for a martial arts movie. Lavish sets, a story involving two World Wars, and a pride and patriotism in one's own country give this some teeth. A bit lacking in fight scenes, but a winning effort to introduce you to a Chinese hero.

James H (ca) wrote: was funny the part when the bear comes thru the cabin screen window i nearly peed myself lmao...

Sgt C (au) wrote: (19%)Some horror movies set out and succeed in getting under one's skin, maybe even terrifying in the process, while others set their sights a little lower. This on the other hand drags its sorry bloody carcass across the floor while it vomits on itself and pees in its pants. This in all honesty barely qualifies as an actual horror flick because there's virtually no tension, very few shocks, and the only aim this has involve gross-out school boy larks. Even though it isn't one of the worst movies out there, actually it's not even that bad, but the only slightly memorable moments involve quite graphic scenes of bodily fluids, scabs, an arm getting sawn off, and a fat guy's weiner, all of which are easy and quite crass, all be it somewhat fun, use of shock tactics. The final reel set in a strip club is clumsily inserted to say the least, but as a half decent little sick flick this is an okay time passer.

Annie C (us) wrote: This visually fasinating(with all the Greek myth tiltle animations) documentary really surprised me. Four men who come from extremely different background somehow share the same pattern of life, and with staged Greek drama, Jessica Yu used puppets to act out scenes which connect all the characters. It's hard to do a documentary with only narrations and couple achieval footage, but Yu really pulled it off with the puppets and some great music score, making the film extra diverse.

Anne L (br) wrote: The British are so awesome. Sumo wrestling, breasts, and an alien conspiracy...what more could one *possibly* want from a movie?

Erasmo V (mx) wrote: Alf is not the same without the Tanners.

Sanah s (us) wrote: this is a funny film so i want to see this again as well!!!!!!!!!!

Casey L (de) wrote: Leslie Zevo (Williams), but confront his evil uncle the General before he can achieve his mad goal of setting an armada of lethal toys upon the world.

Deadly V (ca) wrote: The only type of killing that's safe is when a Stranger kills a Stranger

Jim H (es) wrote: A man moves to a new town and struggles with his upper class relatives' reliance on technology.The subject of this film's satire is obvious from the beginning. Clearly, Jacques Tati is saying that technology is over-determining our lives and our relationships. However, the action of the story is mostly ridiculous. Bumbling and foolish, Tati's character stumbles through exaggerated sets, and the film feels like a long slapstick routine with a point. I don't find the film funny, but I could appreciate its point.Overall, slapstick with a point is better than slapstick without a point, but it's still not enough for me.