A Prophet and a Pusher

Tonight we went to see Taxi Driver for its fortieth anniversary. I had a $26 gift certificate that’s been waiting for the right movie for a few months now, and this was it.

I burst out laughing when we entered the theater, because the only other person in there was the man who bought a ticket ahead of us by asking for that Taxi Cab Driver movie that wasn’t on the marquee. Nobody else came in, so it was just the three of us.

I love when I have the opportunity to see a movie that I’ve known and loved for years on the big screen. And practically having the whole theater to ourselves made it even better.


One Comment on “A Prophet and a Pusher”

  1. Tell me something about this Story.
    So you enjoyed with the full theatre to yourself. Something so rare.

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