Smooth-talking Vinnie Barbarino on the TV series "Welcome Back Kotter" (1975) was John Travolta's introduction to fame. His flashy leisure suit and hot disco moves gained him accolation in "Saturday Night Fever" (1977) and "Grease" (1978), opposite Olivia Newton-John remains a favorite of many today.
The early 80s saw Travolta take a break with light dramas and TV movies. "Look Who's Talking" (1989) launched a comeback making gems like "Pulp Fictio...
"This is one of my favorite action films. For its time, the concept of 'face off' and how both Travolta and Cage can act so good and so evil makes this one of the best action films. Definitely will get it as soon as the HD DVD comes out!"
"Yeah, Unlike the other reviewer I don't care about Travolta. This film was horrible - 100,000 bullets fired, children shot in the temple and it has the record for the most continuity errors of a film... ever. It remains the only movie I walked out of the theatre before it ended only to be tortured again at a friends watching it on video. Don't support this junk when there is real cinema available. Get your machismo-porn-violence somewhere else. This is just stupid."