Established Hollywood icon John Travolta has had his ups and downs. ’70s hits like Grease and Saturday Night Fever made him a superstar; ’80s flicks like Staying Alive and The Experts are now all but forgotten. So what made director Quentin Tarantino decide take a chance on the actor with Pulp Fiction? Consider the range of his early work — which also includes Carrie and Urban Cowboy — then vote for which Travolta movie you think ranks as his most inspiring.
Posted by T Sahara Meer
February 1, 2012 12:01 AM
Filed under: Movie Lists
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