How many movies did James Gandolfini and John Travolta make together?

How many movies did James Gandolfini and John Travolta make together?

Gandolfini died last week of an apparent heart attack. He and Travolta appeared in at least four films together: “The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3” in 2009, “Lonely Hearts” in 2006, “A Civil Action” in 1998 and “Get Shorty” in 1995.

Is civil action on Netflix?

Watch A Civil Action | Netflix.

Is Get Shorty the movie on Netflix?

Rent Get Shorty (2017) on DVD and Blu-ray – DVD Netflix.

Where can I see a civil action?

A Civil Action, a drama movie starring John Travolta, Robert Duvall, and Tony Shalhoub is available to stream now. Watch it on Prime Video, Vudu Movie & TV Store, Apple TV, VUDU or Redbox.

What happens to John Travolta’s character in a civil action?

Jan ends up alone, living in a small apartment and running a small-time law practice. He manages to find the last key witness to the case, but lacks resources and courage to appeal the judgement. The files are archived while Jan later files for bankruptcy.

Where can I watch Get Shorty film?

Watch Get Shorty Streaming Online | Hulu (Free Trial)

How many Get Shorty movies are there?

Get Shorty1995
Be Cool2005
Get Shorty/Movies

What happens to John Travolta’s character in A Civil Action?

What is the movie civil action about?

In this legal thriller based on a true story, John Travolta stars as Jan Schlichtmann, a tenacious personal-injury attorney whose fierce determination entangles him in a case that threatens to destroy him. The case — which appears straight forward — instead evolves into a labyrinthine lawsuit of vast dimensions, in the intelligent, fast-paced drama, “A Civil Action.”A Civil Action / Film synopsis

Is Get Shorty a sequel to Pulp Fiction?

Get Shorty was a hit movie in 1995, part of John Travolta’s post-Pulp Fiction comeback. He played Chili Palmer, a shylock who came to Hollywood to collect a debt from a producer (Gene Hackman) and fell in love with the movie business. The success of the movie inspired Elmore Leonard to write a sequel.