Top 29 Best John Travolta Movies On Amazon Prime In 2023 [Ranked]

Aakriti MishraAakriti-Posted May 25, 2023

top 29 best john travolta movies on amazon prime in 2023 [Ranked]


John Travolta is an American actor who started his career in the 1970s with the television sitcom Welcome Back, Kotter. This was followed by roles in box office hits, Carrie, Grease and Urban Cowboy.


Despite going through a career slump, he went on to star in cult hits like Pulp Fiction, Bolt, Primary Colors, Get Shorty and Broken Arrow. Travolta has won a Golden Globe and Primetime Emmy and is also a singer-songwriter. He has released 9 albums and 4 of his singles have also charted on Billboard Hot 100's Top 40 and is a private pilot.


If you're looking for some of Travolta's greatest hits available on Amazon Prime, our list below has got you covered.



1. Pulp Fiction (1994)


Pulp Fiction (1994)


Looking for a movie that's both commercially successful and critically acclaimed? Look no further than Pulp Fiction. Directed by Quentin Tarantino, and featuring a talented cast including John Travolta, Uma Thurman, and Samuel L. Jackson, the film was released in 1994 to widespread critical acclaim.


It also managed to gross an impressive $213,928,762 at the box office, making it one of the most successful movies of its time.


Jules Winnfield and Vincent Vega are two low-level hitmen tasked with retrieving the stolen suitcase of their boss, mob kingpin Marsellus Wallace. Meanwhile, Vincent is also entrusted with taking Mrs Wallace for a good time, as her husband is unavailable.


On the other hand, Butch Coolidge, an ageing boxer, is paid to lose a fight but ends up winning it by accidentally killing his opponent and must now flee town.


While these stories seem unrelated, they're all interconnected in a series of funny, bizarre and unexpected incidents.


Available Countries: United States, and Canada



2. Blow Out (1981)


Blow Out (1981)


Blow Out premiered in theatres in 1981. Directed by Brian De Palma, this movie features John Travolta, Nancy Allen, and John Lithgow in the lead. If you have a particular liking for crime-drama movies, then you can try this title.


Blow Out received a score of 7.4 on IMDb and 86 on Metacritic.


Sound technician Jack Terry is told by his producer to obtain realistic scream sounds and better wind effects for a low-budget slasher film. Terry records the potential sound effects at a local park when he sees a car careen off the road and plunge into a creek nearby.


While the driver is killed, Jack manages to save the co-passenger who happens to be the escort of Governor George McRyan. Associates of the Governor persuade Jack to smuggle the girl out of the hospital. However, when Jack listens to the audio tape of the accident, he realises that the accident was, in reality, an assassination.


Available Countries: Australia



3. Carrie (1976)


Carrie (1976)


Carrie is not your typical horror-mystery movie; we firmly believe that it's one of the best in the genre. This Brian De Palma directorial venture thrives on a cast and crew of accomplished performers, who come together to deliver a motion picture that exceeds everyone's expectations.


Some notable crew members involve Lawrence D. Cohen (screenwriter), and Mario Tosi, and Isidore Mankofsky (cinematographer).


Carrie bettered several credits in the genre and earned praises from fans and critics alike. Additionally, it went on to win various accolades, including Avoriaz Fantastic Film Festival and National Society of Film Critics Awards, USA.


Carrie is a shy teenager who doesn't get along with her classmates as they often bully her. She is raised by her religious fanatic mother, never learning anything about menstruation. So, when she got her first period in school, things turned worse for her. When the teasing gets excessive, all the girls receive punishments. When Carrie attends a prom, she gets subjected to a horrible plan which triggers her telekinesis power to activate, and chaos soon follows.


Available Countries: Australia, Philippines, Indonesia, Brazil, and Argentina



4. Face/Off (1997)


Face/Off (1997)


Released in 1997, Face/Off is credited with bringing well-deserved acclaim to John Woo. His sharp and confident direction kept the viewers glued to their seats for about 2 hours and 18 min.


Needless to mention, the motion picture managed to rake in the moolah at the box office and ended up delighting its producers. Its total global gross stood at around $245,676,146 by the end of its theatrical run.


FBI agent Sean Archer seeks revenge for his son’s murder by the sociopath Castor Troy. The two men get into a brawl resulting in Troy revealing a bomb location and being knocked into a coma.


In the interim, Archer transplants Troy’s face onto his and gets more info about the bomb. When Troy wakes up, he transplants Archer’s face onto his and vows to finish him.


The final confrontation claims the lives of families and co-workers alike.


Available Countries: United States



5. Get Shorty (1995)


Get Shorty (1995)


Bankrolled by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), Get Shorty is a comedy-crime starring Gene Hackman, Rene Russo, and Danny DeVito in prominent roles.


Helmed by Barry Sonnenfeld, the motion picture became a box-office success as it amassed $72,101,622 in the United States of America and Canada. Its worldwide total was $115,101,622 against a production budget of $30,250,000.


Ernesto “Chili” Palmer is a loan shark and movie buff who gets into a fight with mobster Ray “Bones” Barboni. When Bones takes over Chili’s boss’ operation, he sends Chili to collect debts from Leo, a man presumed dead, but in reality, absconding with a lot of money.


Meanwhile, Chili lands in a Vegas casino to find Leo and is asked to collect a debt from B movie director Harry Zimm. While collecting the debt from Harry, he pitches the story of Leo’s mob debt and asks to make it a film. Chili decides to invest the money he's taken from Leo, into the film. However, Bones discovers Chili’s games and decides to take back the money that's rightfully his.


Available Countries: Brazil, and Argentina



6. Saturday Night Fever (1977)


Saturday Night Fever (1977)


Actors John Travolta, Karen Lynn Gorney, and Barry Miller have delivered stellar performances in Saturday Night Fever. Thanks to them, the feature film was able to receive various nominations and wins, including National Board of Review, USA.


A young man, Tony, lives with a big family in Brooklyn and is the king of the dance floor in a local pub. He learns about a dance contest and pairs with Annette, who has feelings for Tony, but he doesn't reciprocate, which leads him to switch his partner to Stephanie.


Tony and his group of friends want to escape the pressures of their current life for a better future; however, tragedy and toxic masculinity hold them back.


Available Countries: United States, and Japan



7. Grease (1978)


Grease (1978)


The success of Grease at the box office is a testament to its brilliance. With a staggering $396,271,103 gross, this movie is a must-see for all movie lovers.


Directed by Randal Kleiser and featuring an incredible cast led by John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John, and Stockard Channing, it is no surprise that it was so well-received by audiences.


Local lad Danny Zuko and Sandy Olsson meet at the beach during the summers and fall in love, unaware that they will be in the same senior school; Rydell High School.


While Danny is the leader of the T-birds, a group of black leather jacket-wearing greasers, Sandy spends most of her time with the Pink Ladies, a group of women who only wear pink.


When the two clash at the first pep rally at Rydell, charming Danny seems a complete contrast to the one at the beach. Will the two find a way to rekindle their romance or will peer pressure get in the way?


Available Countries: Cuba, Equatorial Guinea, and Senegal



8. A Civil Action (1998)


A Civil Action (1998)


Actors John Travolta, Robert Duvall, and Kathleen Quinlan have delivered stellar performances in A Civil Action. Thanks to them, the feature film was able to receive various nominations and wins, including Screen Actors Guild Awards, Boston Society of Film Critics Awards, and Florida Film Critics Circle Awards.


Attorney Jan Schlichtmann files a lawsuit against two corporations for contaminating waters and causing deadly diseases to the inhabitants of Woburn. Without the financial resources to fight it out, the lawyers of the two corporations eventually break him and his company up.


When the case is ruled in favour of the companies, Jan decides to file for bankruptcy. However much later, the environmental protection agency files the same case using Jan’s materials and resources.


Available Countries: Andorra, and Spain



9. The Boy in the Plastic Bubble (1976)


The Boy in the Plastic Bubble (1976)


Headlined by John Travolta, Glynnis O'Connor, and Robert Reed, The Boy in the Plastic Bubble is a biography-drama that hit the screens in 1976.


Randal Kleiser brought the story to life with the help of competent crew members such as Douglas Day Stewart, Joe Morgenstern, and Douglas Day Stewart (screenplay), Archie R. Dalzell (cinematography), and many others.


John and Mickey Lubitch conceive a child. After having experienced multiple miscarriages and the death of their first son, Mickey is worried that something bad could happen to their child. They have a son named Tod, who doesn't have a properly functioning immune system.


His parents bring him home but keep him within the confines of his room throughout his life. However, as he grows up, he wishes to see the world and experience it. When he falls in love with his next-door neighbour, Tod must decide between following his heart, facing near-certain death or staying in a protective bubbly all his remaining life.


Available Countries: Australia, Philippines, New Zealand, and Argentina



10. Lonely Hearts (2006)


Lonely Hearts (2006)


Featuring John Travolta, Salma Hayek, and Jared Leto in the lead, Lonely Hearts is a biography-crime movie that was released in 2006. It comprises a talented team of crew members Todd Robinson (director), Todd Robinson (screenplay), Peter Levy (cinematography), and others.


The motion picture received a score of 6.4 on IMDb, while it received 60 out of 100 on Metacritic.


Conman Raymond Hernandez makes a living by scamming lonely rich women through his personal ads. When he meets Martha Beck, she joins in his schemes and the two pose as brother and sister and travels the country murdering women who respond to the ads.


Two homicide detectives, Robinson and Hildebrandt, pursuing the killers, are shocked by each death they encounter. They decide to track down the brother-sister duo and bring them to justice.


Available Countries: Australia, Germany, Italy, India, and New Zealand



11. Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002)


Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002)


With a budget of $63,000,000, this blockbuster film raked in an impressive $296,938,801 at the box office. Directed by Jay Roach and featuring a star-studded cast including Mike Myers, Beyoncé, and Seth Green, this movie is a must-watch for all movie fans.


The arch-nemesis of the 60s crackpot-spy Austin Powers has escaped a maximum-security prison. Dr Evil and his tiny cloned version Mini-Me hatch a scheme with the gold-crazed supervillain Goldmember, who is known for being quite the pervert.


Before long, Nigel Powers finds his life on the line, prompting his son Austin Powers to initiate a rescue mission. He teams up with undercover agent Foxxy Cleopatra to seek solutions based on mysterious events that took place in 1975.


Available Countries: United Kingdom



12. Savages (2012)


Savages (2012)


Bankrolled by Ixtlan and helmed by Oliver Stone, Savages is an action-crime that hit the screens in 2012.


Ben and Chon are best friends and marijuana growers in a polyamorous relationship with Ophelia Sage. As their business expands, a Mexican drug cartel lord offers them a partnership deal.


When the friends turn down his offer, the drug racket gang kidnap, torture, and rape Ophelia. Ben, Chon, and their ally from the DEA set out to rescue her. During the hostage release, guns break out, and both sides are wounded.


Both parties face a last round before their convictions.


Available Countries: France, Philippines, Indonesia, and Japan



13. The Taking of Pelham 123 (2009)


The Taking of Pelham 123 (2009)


Helmed for the screen by Tony Scott, The Taking of Pelham 123 is an action-crime that hit the screens in 2009.


Its crew members include Brian Helgeland (screenplay), Tobias A. Schliessler (cinematography), and Renee Ehrlich Kalfus (costume), among others. The full-length feature was able to amass over $150,166,126 at the box office and received BMI Film & TV Awards.


Ryder and his accomplices hijack Pelham 123, a New York subway train, and take the passengers hostage for a ransom. A metropolitan transportation employee, Walter Garber, negotiates with Ryder; but Ryder discovers allegations against Garber and has leverage.


When the mayor’s attempt to pay the ransom goes awry, Ryder comes up with a new plan – to separate from the train and go his own way. Garber catches up to Ryder and the two have a final showdown.


Available Countries: Japan



14. A Love Song for Bobby Long (2004)


A Love Song for Bobby Long (2004)


A Love Song for Bobby Long is a decent movie that didn't quite live up to its potential. Starring Scarlett Johansson, John Travolta, and Gabriel Macht and directed by Shainee Gabel, the movie had its moments but ultimately failed to impress critics or audiences when it was released in 2004.


18-year-old Pursy Hominy drops out of school and leaves her Florida trailer park after her mother dies of an overdose. She enters her mother’s old home in New Orleans and finds two people, Bobby Long and Lawson Pines living there; the duo convinces her that her mother bequeathed the home to all 3.


As Pursy fits into this dysfunctional family, she discovers secrets about her mother’s feelings towards her. She also finds out the truth about her biological father.


Available Countries: Italy, Denmark, Finland, and Norway



15. Ladder 49 (2004)


Ladder 49 (2004)


Starring Joaquin Phoenix, John Travolta, and Jacinda Barrett, Ladder 49 is your run-of-the-mill action-drama that hit the screens in 2004. The film's screenplay was written by Lewis Colick and it was made under the direction of Jay Russell. It opened to mixed reviews from critics and failed to gain widespread recognition.


Firefighter Jack Morrison gets trapped in a fire-engulfed warehouse after saving a man’s life. The firefighter’s unit, Ladder Company 49, groups their efforts to save their colleague Jack. In his entrapment, Jack reflects on his life.


Over the years, the deaths of his colleagues would shake him up but he always found purpose in his work. In the present day, as the fires increase, Jack radios his Chief Mike and tells the unit to pull back.


Mike, his old friend, and mentor is faced with the most difficult decision of his life.


Available Countries: Italy



16. Criminal Activities (2015)


Criminal Activities (2015)


Criminal Activities is a crime-drama which has been helmed for the screen by Jackie Earle Haley.


Toplined by actors such as Michael Pitt, Dan Stevens, and Christopher Abbott (main characters), the film was released in 2015 with a runtime of 1 hour and 34 min.


Four young men invest borrowed money on a venture capital deal with the promise of a tenfold return. When the company comes under scrutiny for insider trading, they quickly fold costing them their money.


When the mobster, who loaned them the money, gets wind of the problem, he gives the men a way out; kidnap and hold a man hostage for 24 hours before turning him over to the mobster and his wrecking team.


However, two inconveniences crop up - the kidnap victim is related to an underworld kingpin offering two million for the recovery of his nephew and the four kidnappers are now needed to collectively murder their victim before leaving the building; alive.


Available Countries: Italy, and Argentina



17. Basic (2003)


Basic (2003)


Basic is a competent, if unremarkable, entry in the action-crime genre. The cast and direction are serviceable, but the predictable plot and lack of surprises may leave some viewers underwhelmed.


Master Sergeant Nathan West and his unit are presumed dead during a live fire exercise in Panama; the two survivors Dunbar and Kendall are brought in for interrogation. When unexpected assistance interferes with military investigator Captain Julia Osborne’s questioning, she starts putting the missing pieces together.


Meanwhile, Dunbar reveals an underhanded drug racket in West’s rival unit, and Osborne confronts her boss about it. When Kendall leaves a clue before his death, Julia decides to uncover the truth behind the ruthless Nathan West and the missing cadets, while piecing together how her boss, Colonel Bill Styles is involved in all the mess.


Available Countries: United Kingdom, and Italy



18. Michael (1996)


Michael (1996)


Michael is an average comedy-drama movie with some good moments. The performances by John Travolta, Andie MacDowell, and William Hurt are competent, but the screenplay by Nora Ephron, Delia Ephron, Peter Dexter, and Jim Quinlan could have been tighter.


The National Mirror is a tabloid that reports on unexplainable phenomena. When the magazine editor receives a tip about a woman living with an angel in her house, he sends his staff to investigate.


At the boarding house of Pansy Milbank, they meet Michael, who claims to be an archangel. When Pansy unexpectedly dies, they decide to take Michael to Chicago. There, he reveals his true mission – to get Frank and Dorothy, two of the staff members, to fall in love with each other.


Available Countries: Germany, and Switzerland



19. Be Cool (2005)


Be Cool (2005)


Starring John Travolta, Uma Thurman, and Dwayne Johnson, Be Cool tells a familiar story with a competent script and direction. While not a standout in any particular area, it provides a solid movie-going experience.


Chilli Palmer helps his friend’s widow Edie Athens run her record company after his friend’s demise. His first order of business is to close the debit he owes Hip-Hop producer Sin LaSalle.


Chilli also champions up-and-coming singer Linda Moon and frees her from obligations to Nick and Carr, her old producers. With a grudge for motive, Nick and Carr come after Chilli.


Despite the troubles, Chilli makes a star out of Linda and settles his debts with Sin LaSalle.


Available Countries: Australia, Brazil, and Argentina



20. The Forger (2014)


The Forger (2014)


Bankrolled by Saban Films and helmed by Philip Martin, The Forger is a crime-drama that hit the screens in 2014.


A second-generation criminal Raymond Cutter is tasked with stealing an original Monet painting from the museum and depositing a forged copy in its place. In return, an underworld art dealer arranges for Raymond’s early release from prison.


Raymond’s real motive, however, is to spend time with his son, whose days on Earth are numbered. In a race against time and life, Raymond, his father, and his son work together on what could be the last heist of their lives.


Available Countries: Canada, France, Italy, Switzerland, and Argentina



21. Domestic Disturbance (2001)


Domestic Disturbance (2001)


Domestic Disturbance is an average crime-thriller movie with some good moments. The performances by John Travolta, Nick Loren, and Matt O'Leary are competent, but the screenplay by Lewis Colick could have been tighter.


A recently divorced Susan Morrison marries a younger, wealthier man Rick Barnes. Susan arranges a day for Rick and her son Danny to bond, but things go south. Danny, as a prank, hides in Rick’s boot but shockingly sees Rick murder a man. When Danny tells his father, Susan’s ex, Frank, about Rick, the duo goes to the police. When the officials refuse to believe him, they take matters into their own hands, and a dirty brawl ensues.


Available Countries: Italy, Brazil, and Argentina



22. Killing Season (2013)


Killing Season (2013)


Starring Robert De Niro, John Travolta, and Milo Ventimiglia, Killing Season tells a familiar story with a competent script and direction. While not a standout in any particular area, it provides a solid movie-going experience.


A former soldier of the Bosnian War, Emil Kovač, seeks information on American military veteran Benjamin Ford to uncover some truths. When he meets Ford on a hunting trip in the Appalachian Mountains, the two hit it off instantly.


But slowly, as the false pretences of friendship fade away, Kovač reveals his true intent – to finish the war they started on the battlefield. Hunger games in the mountains ensue, where both face a showdown for life.


Available Countries: Canada, Italy, and Argentina



23. Life on the Line (2015)


Life on the Line (2015)


Life on the Line is an action-thriller film that has been helmed for the screen by David Hackl. It features actors John Travolta, Kate Bosworth, and Devon Sawa in pivotal roles. The motion picture was released in 2015 with a 1 hour and 37 min runtime.


During a fateful storm, lineman Danny gets electrocuted trying to fix a power line. His brother Beau, also a lineman, takes his daughter Bailey in and raises her. As a grown woman, Bailey works at a diner and befriends her neighbour Carline, who frequently cheats on her husband.


Both women work on sorting their relationship disputes with the respective people in their lives until one day, a pregnant Bailey is accidentally shot by Carline’s husband. With the power out in the hospital, Bailey’s life hangs by a thread.


Available Countries: Canada, and Italy



24. The Poison Rose (2019)


The Poison Rose (2019)


Looking for a movie to watch? The Poison Rose could be a good option. With a runtime of 1 hour and 38 min and released in 2019, it stars John Travolta, Morgan Freeman, and Brendan Fraser and was directed by Francesco Cinquemani, and George Gallo.


Carson Phillips is a private investigator from Los Angeles who's hired to investigate Barbara Van Poole, a mental facility patient in his hometown in Texas. When he reaches the sanitorium, everyone around seems quite nervous and Dr Miles, who runs the facility is evasive.


He also comes across his ex-girlfriend Jayne and her daughter Becky as well as her husband Happy. When Becky's husband Happy dies all of a sudden and Becky is framed, Carson begins to have his doubts.


Soon he realises that everyone in the town is hiding something sinister and dirty. Carson will have to uncover the town's secret, solve the murder and protect the ones he cares for.


Available Countries: United Kingdom, Italy, Brazil, and Argentina



25. Gotti (2018)


Gotti (2018)


Gotti premiered in theatres in 2018. Directed by Kevin Connolly, this movie features John Travolta, Spencer Rocco Lofranco, and Kelly Preston in the lead. If you have a particular liking for biography-crime movies, then you can try this title.


Gotti received a score of 4.7 on IMDb and 24 on Metacritic.


Mob boss John Gotti reflects on his three-decade crime reign in New York City. He started as a young associate and was tasked to kill gangster James McBratney, after which he becomes a 'made man.'


Fuelled by ambition, Gotti guns down the boss of the Gambino family and replaces him as the ultimate don. As his sins catch up to him, Gotti’s son pays the price as he fights to keep his family intact.


Available Countries: United States, Italy, India, Poland, and Denmark



26. Staying Alive (1983)


Staying Alive (1983)


Staying Alive is a drama-music film that has been helmed for the screen by Sylvester Stallone. It features actors John Travolta, Cynthia Rhodes, and Finola Hughes in pivotal roles. The motion picture was released in 1983 with a 1 hour and 33 min runtime.


Former disco king Tony Manero lives in Manhattan after leaving his life in Brooklyn. He works as a dance instructor and is a dance-club waiter hoping to succeed as a Broadway dancer. However, despite the change in his personality, he continues to disregard Jackie, his forgiving girlfriend whom he keeps taking for granted.


When he gets the opportunity to manipulate his way into a Broadway musical, Tony decides to take it at the cost of his relationship with Jackie. Soon after, regret begins to set in.


Available Countries: United States



27. Speed Kills (2018)


Speed Kills (2018)


Helmed for the screen by Jodi Scurfield, Speed Kills is an action-crime that hit the screens in 2018.


Its crew members include David Aaron Cohen, and John Luessenhop (screenplay), Andrzej Sekula (cinematography), and Amy Andrews (costume), among others. The full-length feature was able to amass over $5,812 at the box office and received Cinequest San Jose Film Festival and Global Trend Awards.


Ben Aronoff leaves behind his first career in the construction business and moves to Miami with his family for a fresh start. In time, he creates an empire in the speedboat business and becomes a speedboat racing champion himself.


But as the business hits a bump, a dirty deal forces Aronoff to sell drugs and run point for the gangsters in Miami. Late to realize the double-edged sword, Aronoff soon finds himself evading both the drug lords and the law.


Available Countries: United Kingdom, France, and Italy



28. The Fanatic (2019)


The Fanatic (2019)


Featuring John Travolta, Devon Sawa, and Ana Golja in the lead, The Fanatic is a crime-drama movie that was released in 2019. It comprises a talented team of crew members Fred Durst (director), Fred Durst, and Dave Bekerman (screenplay), Conrad W. Hall (cinematography), and others.


The motion picture received a score of 4.1 on IMDb, while it received 18 out of 100 on Metacritic.


Moose is an autistic man and a film buff who develops an unhealthy obsession with the actor Hunter Dunbar. After numerous failed attempts at securing his autograph, Moose stalks Dunbar to his home and takes Dunbar hostage.


However, Dunbar manages to cut loose and assaults Moose in the process. Heartbroken at being rejected by his favourite star, Moose roams around aimlessly around the streets of Hollywood, trying to make sense of what went wrong.


Available Countries: United States, Australia, France, Italy, and New Zealand



29. Eyes of an Angel (1991)


Eyes of an Angel (1991)


Eyes of an Angel is a drama which has been helmed for the screen by Robert Harmon.


Toplined by actors such as John Travolta, Ellie Raab, and Tito Larriva (main characters), the film was released in 1991 with a runtime of 1 hour and 35 min.


Bobby, an aspiring entrepreneur, arrives at Cissy’s home with a business proposal. There he witnesses a dog fight between a Doberman and a Pitbull. When the Doberman loses, Cissy’s gang throws him into the river.


Later, Baby, Bobby’s daughter, finds him and nurses him. Bobby and Baby decide to leave the city when Cissy’s gang roughs him up. The Doberman follows her wherever she goes. When Cissy and his gang finally track down Bobby, a brawl ensues followed by the last dogfight.


Available Countries: Australia





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