John Travolta's New Movies

Pulp Fiction0%Pulp Fiction
9Our
rating
2:34:00

Storyline:For the petty-criminal couple Pumkin (Tim Roth) and Honey Bunny (Amanda Plummer) it should be the "big coup". At first, the raid on a L.A. Diner works quite well - stupid only that the two narrow-gauge gangs get to the professional prisoner Jules (Samuel L. Jackson), who sits at one of the tables. He's ready to hand over his Bad Motherfucker wallet with several thousand dollars worth of content, but not the black briefcase that Pumkin and Honey Bunny want to cash. The scenario escalates, Jules turns the tables, the novice's nerves are blank ... Scene change: Hitman Jules and his partner Vincent Vega (John Travolta) talk on their way to an assignment for their boss Marcellus Wallace (Ving Rhames) excited about the advantages of Dutch burger culture ("Hamburger! The foundation of every nutritious breakfast!"), almost death-inducing foot massages and the pitfalls of the metric system. On the way back the two set up a huge mess in their car. Vincent accidentally spreads the brain of a hostage on the cushions. The professional cleaner Mr. Wolf (Harvey Keitel) is to solve the dilemma. Boxer Butch Coolidge (Bruce Willis) has other worries. He has sold a fight to the underworld boss Wallace, but wants to double cash and sets at a betting office a lot of money on his victory. That makes Marcellus furious, he wants to let the renegade kill on the spot. These are just a few of the storylines. Equally eventful and momentous is the date of Vincent with Marcellus's wife Mia (Uma Thurman) and Butch's penchant for the golden clock, which a war comrade (Christopher Walken) once hid his father in his ass ...

I Am Wrath0%I Am Wrath
7Our
rating
1:32:00

Storyline:The engineer Stanley Hill (John Travolta) has to witness with his own eyes how his wife Vivian (Rebecca De Mornay) is stabbed to death by a junkie (Luis Da Silva Jr.). When the perpetrator wants to let go because of alleged procedural errors that go on the account of corrupt law enforcers (Sam Trammell and Asante Jones), Stanley has enough. He decides to take the law into his own hands and not only to retaliate against the murderer, but also to bring justice to those who shamelessly exploit their position and power. Together with his old friend Dennis (Christopher Meloni) Stanley goes on a bloody and merciless vendetta. As the two get to the bottom of the matter with all the means at their disposal, they soon trace the trail of the murder of Vivian to the highest political circles.

In a Valley of Violence0%In a Valley of Violence
7Our
rating
1:44:00

Storyline:The mysterious loner Paul (Ethan Hawke) roams the desolate desert on his way to Mexico with his bitch Abbie. At the so-called Valley of Violence, he decides to take a shortcut right through it. A little later, he learns that the region is not wrongly named when he encounters the remote town of Denton, where shortly after his arrival he provokes the fury of Gilly (James Ransone), the son of the local sheriff (John Travolta) becomes. But Paul does not hesitate for long, knocking down Gilly and leaves the place. Stubborn Gilly does not want to let this happen. Together with some of his men, he takes up the persecution of Paul, and finally sets in motion a bloody chain reaction that threatens to overthrow Denton all to ruin.

Gotti0%Gotti
8Our
rating
1:45:00

Storyline:Biopic about New York gangster boss John Gotti (John Travolta) and his son (Spencer Rocco Lofranco). The notorious Mafioso was head of the Gambino family, which once made the largest and most powerful criminal organization in the US - also known as "Dapper Don", the charismatic Gotti ruled the underworld until his death in 2002. His son was Gotti Jr. In 1988, at the age of 24, he was practically a made man and officially introduced to the mafia as designated successor to the legendary criminal leader, but in fact, Godi's offspring had other plans - in 1999, he visited his father one last time at the bedside and told him he was out of business get out.