So I recently watched the movie Taxi Driver after hearing a lot about it, and I have one question. Why is the 'You talking to me'? speech so famous?
I've heard this dialogue so many times in other movies and in scenes where people either mimic Robert De Niro or discuss the most famous dialogues in film history.
Before I saw the movie, I had a different idea of the scene in which this dialogue is placed (like eg., the actor was holding a gun and scaring a guy, or something). But the original scene was something completely different.