many clips shown
scenes are taken from this film
Travis's scene with his new gun in the mirror is modeled on Bogart in the earlier film
Even though DeNiro has stated otherwise, his infamous "You talkin' to me?" line in Taxi Driver first appears in this Twilight Zone episode, almost exactly the way Travis Bickle would later replicate it.
The mirror scene in which De Niro improvises the "You talkin' to me?" dialogue was influenced by the scene in which Brando is in front of the mirror talking to himself.
In both films Robert De Niro plays a lonely, porn lover and disturbed Vietnam War veteran who searches for a way out for his mediocre life through the violence against the social environment.
When Betsy is getting into the cab at the porno theater, a poster for Detroit 9000 can be seen behind her on a building.
"Sometimes Sweet Susan" advertised on the marquee of the the porno theater.
Title seen on theater marquee.
This film is advertised on a marquee.
In one scene, Massimo Vanni is shown imitating Robert DeNiro's "You talkin' to me?" scene while looking in a mirror.
You talkin' to me?
Danielle brings his date to a porno theater just as Travis brings Betsy to a porno theater in Taxi Driver
Referenced by Bill Murray on Weekend Update
George Lucas admitted that Emperor Palpatine's name was influenced by Senator Palantine in this film.
"Are you talkin' to me? Are you talkin' to me?"
Posters visible on cinema doors
Kip does a "You talkin' to me" routine.
Mentioned as part of Michael Phillips filmography.
Charlie is citing the "You talkin' to me?" monologue from Travis Bickle in front of a Mirror.
"You talkin' to me?"
Roger Ebert says that ever since this movie, there's been an obligatory scene in which the warrior suits up for battle.
In the discussion of "Mishima" (1985), Roger Ebert mentions that Paul Schrader wrote this movie.
Roy says "you talking to me"
Harry Valentini and his son do the "You talking to me?" in front of the mirror at the start of the film
The dialogue "-You got him? -Yeah, I got him" between the grossery store clerk and Travis appears in the final shootout in the train station between Ness and Stone
Sheila imitates the "You talkin' to me?" line.
The cabby says "You talkin' to me?"
"You Talkin' to Me" reference.
The scene when Marty looks himself in the mirror and repeats "You Talkin' me?"
"Are You Talkin' to me?" Reference.
Character says "Are you talking to me?"
Shows the decent into madness of an alienated loner, his misunderstandings of women, and climaxes in a violent shoot-out. Kar Wai's earlier "As Tears Go By" was based on Scorsese's "Mean Streets".
Kubiac looks in the mirror and says, "You talkin' to me, punk? I don't see anyone else around."
Hollywood looks in the mirror and says, "Are you looking at me? 'Cause I'm the only one here."
Chuckie sees this movie playing at the theatre during Travis' "You talkin' to me?" scene and Chuckie replies "No I was talking to Tommy".
Mr. Orange talks to himself in the mirror.
"Doin' the Things That We Want To" mentions Travis Bickle
Judge uses a sleeve-gun simuler to Travis Bickle's sleeve gun
Joel: "Travis Bickle: Taxi Driver"
Richard Roma (Al Pacino) says to the police officer "Are you talking to me?"
many of the exterior shots of lamb's taxi cab/rain soaked streets/jazz music are directly influenced by scorsese's 'taxi driver'.
The driver of Grandma's taxi is Travis Bickle from this film.
Tom: "Travis Bickle?"
Crow: "Travis Bickle had a better room than this."
Roger Ebert mentions several Martin Scorsese movies, including this one, in his discussion on "The Age of Innocence" (1993).
Roger Ebert says "Kalifornia" (1993) deserves comparison with three movies, including this one.
this film is mentioned in an interview
Grady, holding a gun, looks into the mirror and says, "Are you talkin' to me?"
I guy is wearing a "taxi driver"-T-Shirt
A mafioso quotes the "You talkin' to me?" monologue.
Bobby: "You walkin' with me? Is that what you're doin'? Are you walkin' with me? I don't see anybody else here."
"Are you cluckin' at me? Are you cluckin' at me?!" in the style of the famous line from this movie "Are you talkin' to me? Are you talkin' to me?!".
"Did you take my seat? Did you take my seat?!" said in the same style of the famous line "Are you looking at me?" from this film by a voice lampooning the actor from this film. Later he says "Am I talkin' to me? Am I talkin' to me?!" in the same style followed by "Are you laughin' at me? Are you laughing' at me?!"
"Are you squarkin' at me? Looks like you're squarkin' at me" in the style of the famous line "Are you talkin' to me?"
Mike (as a character looks into a mirror): "Are you talkin' to me?"
There is a poster of Taxi Driver visible in Lemgo.
Luther #1 suggests that Muldoon and Toody rent this movie.
When we see Moe at home on hidden camera, he starts saying "Are you talking to me?!" in the mirror, reenacting a scene from this movie.
The shot of Esmeralda's ID mirrors a shot of Travis Bickle's ID in 'Taxi Driver'.
Famous line "You talkin' to me?" is referenced.
The baseball player Homus quotes "You talking to me?".
Is mentioned as one of Quentin's three favorite movies of all time.
Mike: "Travis Bickle"
"You Talkin' to me"
Matthew re-enacts lines from the film.
Referenced by name
Gun going out of the sleeve like in Taxi Driver.
There is a scene in which one of the main characters, 'Vinz', gestures in front of a mirror with a gun, in the style of Travis Bickle in Taxi Driver.
When Mills is discussing the claims of "freaks" who do "evil deeds they don't wanna do" he says "Jodie Foster told me to do it" - a reference to John Hinkley Jr. whose attempted assassination of President Reagan was inspired by an obsession with Jodie Foster after having seen her in this film.
Poster can be seen in Mike's house.
The answer to Roger Ebert's trivia question.
Ernie says he's starring in the sequel to Taxi Driver.
The taxi driver, unable to see Quinn, quotes the "you talking to me?" segment when Gillian appears to be talking to herself.
One of the characters refers to Mark Wahlberg's character as Travis Bickle.
Harry does an impression of Robert De Niro
Matthew enacts the mirror scene
Vince says "You talking to me?" in the mirror
During Arnold's martial arts training he does the "you talking to me?' bit while in front of a mirror.
Travis Bickle mentioned
While clicking on an evil Mutant they sometimes respond "You talkin' to me?".
picture of Travis Bickle
Mentioned by David Letterman
Character quotes "You talkin' to me?" to television.
Eddie's speech in front of the mirror is a reference to Taxi Driver
"DeNiro as Frankenstein" sounds like Travis Bickle in his "You talkin' to me?" speech
When Mima's managers discuss about her new role about prostitution, Mr. Tadakoro said that she would be like Jodie whatshername.
When Mr. Garrison is buying a gun, he looks in the mirror and says, "You talkin' to me?" like Travis Bickle does in Taxi Driver.
reference to DeNito's "You talkin' to me ?" scene
Mirror scene is referenced.
Jurek Kiler learning how to be a hitman
In the dairy farm Ocious P. Potter (John Goodman) uses the same line of Robert De Niro in Taxi Driver... "Are you talking to me?"...
One of the character profiles the player can choose is a man with a mohawk called Travis.
The scene where Louis (Robert DeNiro) is shown myriad weapons by a gun dealer references the scene in 'Taxi Driver' where Travis Bickle (also Robert DeNiro) does the same.
"Hey, you lookin' for me? You must be because I'm the only one that lives here."
"You talkin' to me?" scene and shop robbery scene
Mike: "Oh, Travis Bickle moved out to the suburbs."
Peter Boyle recites part of his "One guy lives in Brooklyn, one guys lives in Sutton Place" speech from Taxi Driver before being cut off by Ray.
The scene where Remo try his gun in front of the mirror is inspired by this film
Bob dresses indentically like Travis Bickle throughout.
Mentioned in film.
Father Phil does an impression of De Niro ("You talkin' to me?")
Peter Gibbons:"Uh... I might be going away for a while" (Office Space, 1999) references Travis Bickle:"I might be going away for a while" (Taxi Driver, 1976)
Poster in Dan and Casey's office.
Moff mentions the title in a cab.
Steven is guessing Martin Scorsese wants to make Taxi Driver with all women.
In both films an insomniac searches for a way out for his unhappiness through the violence against the social environment.
Sidney paraphrases dialogue from this movie.
When Joey is driving Phoebe's cab back from Las Vegas ; same song played.
Three main male characters go see it, and it is on theatre maarquee.
The quick cut shot of Mike wrapping duct-tape around him.
Chad Lowe's character re-enacts a famous scen from Taxi Driver, quoting dialogue from it while looking in a mirror holding a gun.
When Red and Eric are hunting Eric suprises Red by being a dead on shot. Red says "I can't believe it...How'd you do that?" To which Eric says, "Dad...I know how to shoot, don't you remember my Taxi Driver phase?" Of course refering to the film Taxi Driver (1976).
Discussing the issue of copycat violence, Mary Harron mentions this film and the assassination attempt on Ronald Reagan that it allegedly inspired.
In a scene when Max and Shirley are in the kitchen, Max uses his gun to crack eggs and then he licks the gun. Shirley tells him to stop and Max, mimicking Robert DeNiro, points the gun at her and says, "Hey, you talkin' to me?"
Actor suggests Playwright they go see a "happy movie".
Fearless Leader (Robert De Niro) quotes the 'Are you talking to me?' line. Robert De Niro also said that line in Taxi Driver
Clayton is dressed exactly like Travis Bickle
Dennis P. looks in the mirro and replays the scene 'are you taking to me'
Aleka says the famous quote: You talking to me?
Ca. 56 minutes into the film, Alex impersonates Robert De Niro in the older film
Schmidt and Andrack talk about
Photograph is shown.
A character does an imitation of the "You talkin' to me?"-scene
Jack's chauffeur keeps saying "I wish a righteous rain would wash the city clean", a direct quote from this movie.
A mobster in the game references Robert DeNiro's line "You talkin' to me?" from the movie Taxi Driver
A poster of the film is shown hanging on a wall.
The taxi driver mentions the movie by name.
This movie is mentioned in Kuutamolla (2002).
Guy dressed and posing like Travis in the back of the crowd watching Mr. Lahey and Tom give their election speeches.
mission entitled 'Taxi Driver'
Jeff looks in the mirror and says "You talkin' to me? You talkin' to me?" And then makes a shooting action.
A character imitates the "are you talking to me" line from this movie.
Shows Theatrical Trailer - 01:31:45
James Lipton mentions this movie
Main character bears strong physical resemblance to Robert DeNiro's character Travis Bickle. Besides that, the character also suffers from the same mental illnesses DeNiro's character does. This character also drives a car most of the film.
Yu Ming practices his Gaelic by saying the "You talkin' to me?" routine in the mirror while shaving.
Are you talking to me?
Pölsa had the name "Travis Bickle" under the window of the frontdoor.
Glen Morgan references the film in an interview situation
There is a minor character named Travis Bickle
Quoted by Benny "The Retarded Rapist"
Playing with a gun while looking in a mirror
Rory tells Glen that he shouldn't watch the movie so much.
Lead character Evan Piper is an updated version of Travis Bickle, plagued by loneliness and mentally sickened by New York City. His melancholy voice-overs, solitary lifestyle, and dependence on his job are just some of the echoes of "Taxi Driver".
Poster seen in room when Jenna talks to Matt before his wedding.
Dr. Cox talks to the Janitor and they quote the famous "you talkin' to me? I don't see anybody else around..." line from Taxi Driver.
"You talkin' to me?"
Copies the scene where Travis is talking to the Wizard
When Robert De Niro appears, he is described as "that Taxi Driver guy"
alienated loner turns to murder
Travis Bickle suggested as the name for a band
Frontal allusion by the way the main character is portrayed in a scene while he is driving his car during the night.
"are you talking to me"
Ida comments on how Max used to stand at mirrors and talk to himself, a reference to Travis Bickle.
Richard's army jacket is identical to Travis'. Also, similar themes throughout (disillusioned army vet) and a Taxi Driver poster appears in Sonny's house.
Moose says "You talkin' to me?" repeatedly in a Robert De Niro voice.
"Are you talkin' to me?"
When Carter (Topher Grace) is alone at home after his wife leaves him, he slowly tilts a lamp farther and farther back until it falls, just as Travis Bickle (Robert DeNiro) does with his television set in Taxi Driver.
Mentioned during the Prince Show
Film advertisement and t-shirt are shown.
Eddie mentions this film for Jimmy that will say "You talkin' to me?" in his debut in the school theater production of Tom Sawyer.
TIme Lapse Dissolves
Mentioned during Weekend Update
"You looking at me"
The scene with Chas talking to himself in the mirror of the cab emulates the "are you talking to me?" scene in Taxi Driver
Troy looks into the bathroom mirror and says "Am I lookin' at me? Am I talkin' to me?", then pulls a finger gun.
"You talkin to me" said to mirror
Fingers are shot off just like in Taxi Driver.
Narration through letters, playing with guns in mirror, "My whole life is pointed in one direction"
Wydell looks at a mirror and practices making scary faces and different things he wants to say to the Firefly's. In Taxi Driver, Travis Bickle looks in a mirror and does something similar.
in "Liberty City Stories", there is a taxi cab called the Bickle '76. This is a refernce to "Taxi Driver" in which the main character's last name is Bickle. The '76 part of the name of the taxi cab is a reference to the year that "Taxi Driver" came out which is 1976.
Photofit of Travis Bickle on police notice board
Michael quotes Taxi driver, then identifies it as Raging Bull starring Pacino
In the picture sent to Swoff by his girlfriend, behind her there is the poster of "Taxi Driver" on the wall.
Captain Spain (Keith David) quotes Travis Bickle while lecturing his men.
The animals do impressions of Robert De Niro in this film.
Martin Scorsese talks about it
"Are you talking to me?"
(Asian guy talking) "You know the movie Taxi Rider? Robert Nero? JoJo Foster?"
mentioned in dialogue
Fellow taxi driver imitates during coffee break Robert De Niro's classic monologue.
someone puts this poster on the wall of the club
The cops talk about this movie
Poster and still shown
mentioned in dialogue
Mickey imitates the famous "You talkin' to me?" from Taxi Driver with "You lookin' at me?" when he is picked up by a CCTV camera
Mascot, with gun in front of the mirror, asks repeatedly: You talkin' to me?
all Jeopardy! round categories are inspired by movie catch phrases, including "You Tolkien to Me?"
The "Are You Talking to Me?" mirror routine
The lead character in Rob's movie is based on 'Sport' from Taxi Driver
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
Steve Merchant asks Robert DeNiro if he's ever driven a taxi in real life.
mentioned in dialogue by Alphonse
This film is referenced by name in the U.S. theatrical trailer for 'Rolling Thunder'.
Features music cues from the Taxi Driver score
Stan remakes the movie
the priest with the 2 pistols on tracks attached to his forarms, just like DeNiro in taxi driver
Ray cites the film as one reason that 1976 was "the greatest movie year of all time."
"Are you talking to me?" monologue is referenced.
Pete jokes "Did you puke on my shoes? Did YOU puke on MY shoes?", a reference to the "Are YOU talkin' to ME?" sequence.
mentioned by Dean
The final shootout in this film borrows heavily from that of Taxi Driver
A brief mention
Movie poster in Phillip's flat
When Trevor conducts the violent part of his revolution, he transforms himself into Travis Bickle, complete with mohawk haircut and aviator sunglasses.
Webber mentions the movie and quotes a scene
Tony says he can't decide whether the taxi company man is Danny DeVito in "Taxi" or Robert De Niro in "Taxi Driver".
The trickster refers to Sam as, "Travis Bickle in a skirt." aka Robert De Niro's character in Taxi Driver.
Ben Campbell imitates the "you talkin to me"-scene in front of the mirror
a guy in Pratt's management seminar does an impression of De Niro's "you talkin' to me" line from Taxi Driver
The drug dealer character is based on the gun dealer from Taxi Driver.
This film is referenced in an old 'Miller Time' segment.
Al Pacino says the line "You talkin to me?" made famous by De Niro, after being asked if people ever come up to the two and say their movie quotes.
Dialogue when Serena meets Dan: - Dan! - You talkin' to me? - Well, you're the only one here.
Warren Clyde sometimes greets the player by saying, "You talkin' to me? You gotta be, I'm the only one here!"
Edy says he rented it to understand how Jesse would feel returning from Iraq
Drama quotes the "are you talking to me"-line
Konkona Sen Sharma imitates Robert De Niro and quotes that famous line " Are you talking to me?"
The script is discussed.
The title and "You talkin' to me?" monologue referenced.
Mentioned by a character
referenced in dialogue
Jimmy demonstrates how he would perform Robert De Niro's role in the movie
Included in a $50,000 question
Mentioned by Howard 'Buckshot' Holmes
Main character is included in a $2,000 question
Jody Hill has described his initial inspiration for Observe and Report as wanting to do a comedic version of Taxi Driver. There are numerous references throughout, like Ronnie having to restart his spoken manifesto in mid-sentence.
After discovering that he owns a collection of guns and ammo, the boy thinks he's like Robert DeNiro in this movie.
A reviewer calls "Observe & Report" a blend between "Paul Blart" and this movie
Cal recites lines from the film
Ellen says Jodie Foster played a child prostitute in this movie.
The music for Harry Brown, especially around the time of its climax, is deliberately imitative of Bernard Herrmann's iconic score for Taxi Driver (another film about a vigilante).
Quote: "You talkin' to me?"
"You talkin' to me?"
mentioned by Stefan
Subject of a $12,500 question
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "The Comeback Kids"
One of the films Cinéman goes into.
DeNiro does a variation of his "you talking to me?" line
Tom says, "Are you talking to me?" and then fires his shotgun.
The "You talking to me" monologue is quoted by Alvin
Subject of a $600 clue in the category "Name the Film"
Meg: "You Talkin' to me?"
"You talking to me" to the mirror...
Edward Norton says this movie is almost as good as "The King of Comedy"
Travis Bickle is included in a $5,000 question
Mentioned by a drunken Ryan at the Santa Monica Pier
Adam Ross says De Niro's famous line "Are You Talking To Me?"
DVD cover shown.
Quotes from the script
mentioned by Andy
DVD case is shown.
"You talkin' to me?"
director refers to her work on this film
Travis Bickle mentioned
Cristian impersonates the "You talkin' to me" scene.
Michael (as Travis Bickle) says, "Are you talkin' to me?"
Martin Scorsese has made Taxi Driver just before the film starts
In the prostitute library sketch, one of the prostitutes is dressed like Jodie Foster's Iris.
Vinnie tricks Robert De Niro into saying his "Are you talkin' to me?" line from "Taxi Driver" on "La Rivista della Televisione."
The quote "You talking to me?"
Mentioned and compared with Mou's BANK BUSTERS.
Mentioned by Rich Hall.
character points bloody finger and makes gunfire sounds after being wounded in a shootout
Mentioned in dialogue
"Even Travis Bickle couldn't relate to this guy"
When confronted by a drunk patron in the speakeasy, Marty asks "You talking to me?"
Lynda says Robert De Niro got nominated for best actor
Travis Bickle mentioned
Ignatiy says that the ending to "Super" is the same as the ending to "Taxi Driver"
Appears on the list of DVD & Blu-Ray releases of April/May
Eric says watching "The Godfather" oder "Taxi Driver" might help Lily work out her issues.
Kartina Richardson mentions that Martin Scorsese directed the film
Gene says that the film's director Martin Scorsese got the opportunity to direct films thanks to "Easy Rider"
Arms dealer scene
Luli does a Travis Bickle impression with a gun in front of a mirror, all the while reciting lines from "Dirty Harry".
Referenced in the dialogue, "Don't make me go all Travis Bickel on your ass!"
Travis Bickle poster seen in Money Ball clip
also featuring Joe Spinnell
"Springfield - my home town. Pretty little place. Although even if the Garden of Eden could use a nice cleansing rain now and then."
Major Bloomberg asks Conan 'Are you talking to me?
The movie is a part of a question
Roger mentions in the clip from his review of "The Age of Innocence" that Martin Scorsese directed the film
Carlos is a big fan of Travis Bickle, main character in Taxi Driver by Martin Scorsese, and thinks he's also on a mission to clean up the streets of New York from all the "scum".
Mentioned in dialogue
Robert Deniro - "You squawking to me?"
"You talkin' to me"
Teenage student Nedim imitates Travis Bickle by pointing a gun at a mirror and saying "You are talking to me?"
Aaron enacts a 'are you talking to me?' scene in his bathroom mirror. There's also a Taxi Driver poster in Ed's room
Film Brain shames this movie for making a reference to the more adult Taxi Driver.
"Are you talkin' to me?"
Jay says that "You talkin' to me?" is Del Taco's new slogan after an employee stabbed a customer
Andrew Garfield comments on Robert De Niro using a crab to help him develop his character
"You talkin' to me?"
As Billy stands in front of a mirror getting ready for the party he has a conversation with himself, and we learn his last name is Bickle. This is an homage to one of the great psychopaths, Travis Bickle.
film discussed by characters
"T. Bickle" name seen
Erin tells her daughter that a dress she tries on in a store "reminds me of Jodie Foster in Taxi Driver"
DVD is shown.
Raviva: "Are you talkin' to me?""
Quoted in dialogue
Mentioned in dialogue
Richard Roeper says that people sometimes forget about Robert De Niro's dramatic performances in films such as this one
David does a Travis Bickle impersonation.
Tommy repeats the famous "You talkin' to me?" scene. James Ventry is a big fan of Robert De Niro.
Lucy acts like Jodie Foster's character in Taxi driver
LG quotes from De Niro's "talking to me" routine.
"You talkin' to me?"
Amy: "Are you talkin' to me?"
"If only Travis Bickle had taken his date to this movie."
The sex film Travis takes Betsy to see, also advertised (as "Swedish Mariage Manual" ) on the marquee of the the porno theater.
Clips are shown for the review.
A clip is shown. #2 on Roger Ebert's top ten list; #7 on Gene Siskel's.
Ron watches Taxi Driver on video tape and mentions playing a presidential candidate in it who got cut out.
Clips are shown.
a clip from this film is shown
Clips are shown.
This film is #46 on the list.
This film is #22 on the list.
Hongsheng watches TAXI DRIVER
clips used as part of the documentary
film clip shown in documentary
Travis Bickle is #30 on the "Villains" list.
A scene from the film is shown.
Number #25 on the list
clips are shown
Featured on the Vietnam War movie documentary.
The quote "You talking to me?" is #10 on the list.
Yu watches it on TV
movie discussed and clips shown
Some clips from this movie are shown in a segment on the line "You talkin' to me?".
This film is #52 on the list.
mentioned several times and clips shown
The wallet victim rents this movie, while searching for inspiration to toughen himself up
Clips featured during montage.
Segments featured and getting talked about by Steven Prince.
Clips shown in a Martin Scorcese tribute
Footage of this movie is shown.
Features footage from this film for vintage Times Square atmosphere
shots from the film are featured
Clips of mistakes shown
A Jaywalking participant is substituted for Robert De Niro in the "you talkin' to me?" scene
Clip shown in montage of Jodie Foster films
"You talkin' to me?"
Clip included in montage of Robert De Niro films
In a gun shop, a man with a mowak demands to know if Richard Pryor is talking to him.
Tucho the taxi driver does the "Talkin' to me?" routine in front of a mirror
A private detective in drag imitates Robert DeNiro in TAXI DRIVER by talking to himself in the mirror, "Are you talking to me?" Then, he points a gun to the mirror.
Theres a fake movie trailer in which a character who looks like Robert Deniro uses the famous "You talkin' to me?" like from Taxi Driver.
When Charlie Brown turns violent he's wearing a mohawk
Louise is doing the "You're talking to me?" routine
There is a parody in the game of the famous "You talkin' to me" speech from TAXI DRIVER
Kylie spoofs a scene from the film.
Robert De Niro saying 'Are you wakin' me up?' spoofs Taxi Driver's 'Are you talkin' to me?' speech
Bobby twice asks a baby chick if it is "quackin' at me," spoofing Travis Bickle's lines from "Taxi Driver."
Space Ghost re-enacts the "Talkin' to me?" sequence
Remember the scene where North arrives in New York? We see some yellow taxis, he walks past some hookers, and jazz music clearly like the theme from "Taxi Driver" plays. It's only for a few seconds but it's clearly yet another reference to a famous film.
Spoofed as Taxi Driver: The Musical
The "are you talking to me" scene is parodied.
"You talking to me?"
Dennis makes a holster for his microphone and reeacts the "You talkin' to me" scene.
Littlefoot speaks Robert De Niro's famous line to himself.
Recreated in the Bobby De Niro song (Adam drives a Checker cab and looks in the mirror, wearing a mohawk wig) and lyric "This world is full of bad men but Bobby still repeats 'One day a rain will come to wash the scum of all the streets'".
Brian rehearsing his talk with Vulva with himself in the mirror and trying on different outfits.
a man does the "You talkin' to me?" scene in Spanish
the subplot about the Hindi taxi driver.
Sean says "Are you flirting with me?" repeatedly to himself in the mirror
hand shot off
De Niro's line "Are you talking to me?" is delivered to Boris and Natasha during a video conference
The scene where Tyres distracts the security guard by talking to him so people can creep past the reception desk spoofs this film.
segment featuring a lesbian
Artie is rehearsing in front of a mirror to be a tough guy.
Ajileo Barajas (The main character) imitates the monologue of Robert De Niro talking to a mirror.
Sourass the villian does the Talkin' to me routine
One of the characters spoofs the famous 'You talking to me?' scene.
Napoleon walking in slow motion wearing his new suit spoofs the scene in 'Taxi Driver' where Travis is show walking in slow motion wearing a tacky red suit while on his way to meet Betsy for their first date.
A character spoofs the "talking to me" scene
Klein actung in front of the mirror like de Niro
Part of the "WrestleMania Goes Hollywood" promotion
The Big Daddy says "You talkin' to me?" in his sleep
Steinar gets hold of a replica gun and has great fun using the famous Taxi Driver-line "Are you talkin' to me?" to several people.
when the magic mirror says something, the Black Prince says back "Are you talking to me? To me?"
The riksjaw driver is doing an impression of Robert De Niro in Taxi Driver.
Yu imitates De Niro by pointing a gun at a mirror and saying "You are talking to me?"
In a Goodfeathers clip, Bobby says, "You walkin' with me? You walkin' with me?"
In "Raging Bird," Bobby twice asks another bird if he is "cooing with my (Bobby's) bird" in the same manner as Travis Bickle in "Taxi Driver."
Spoofs Travis Bickle
When Tad calls Edison "cuckoo," Parker Pig believes that Tad is talking to him and asks "Are you talkin' to me? Well, I don't see nobody else, so you must be talkin' to me" in the same manner as the character Travis Bickle.
Taxi Driver is seen on a marquee before it is spoofed (a woman points two guns at a mirror like Travis Bickle)
Steve imitates Travis Bickle ("You talkin' to me?") as he talks to himself in the mirror
Spoof of mirror sequence