Martin Scorsese has scored big hits that most folks know — “Taxi Driver,” “Raging Bull,” “Goodfellas,” “The Departed.” But he’s also made many little-seen gems or outright flops: “New York, New York,” “After Hours,” “Kundun,” “Silence.” Depending on whom you talk to, the movies in the latter category qualify as his strongest and most fascinating work. Scorsese films of both types will be shown in a double feature at the Roxie Theater. The hit is “Taxi Driver,” with Robert De Niro as Travis Bickle, who stands alongside Ethan Edwards and the Rev. Harry Powell in the canon of toxic, dark, hypnotic creatures of the night.
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