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He showed the world who's boss.

John Travolta is legendary New York crime boss John Gotti in this mob biopic co-starring Stacy Keach (American History X).

Spanning three decades and recounted by his son John Jr. (Spencer Rocco Lofranco, Unbroken), Gottiā€™s tumultuous life is examined as he and his wife (Kelly Preston, Jerry Maguire) attempt to hold the family together through tragedy and multiple prison sentences.


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Crime, Drama, True Story & Biography


Rating: MA15+ Strong violence and coarse language


Hollywood Reporter


The film is pretty terrible: poorly written, devoid of tension, ridiculous in spots and just plain dull in others.

Variety (USA)


It's almost laughable to see this iconic star trying so hard on behalf of a movie that is so clearly compromised in its intentions.

Los Angeles Times


Closing reportage of everyday New Yorkers brashly extolling Gotti's virtues upon his death, painting him, without any irony, as some kind of local hero, pretty much tells you where this picture's coming from.

Rolling Stone


Starring in this mobster biopic that deserves to get whacked is an offer Travolta should have refused. Insane testimonials from Gotti supporters at the end are as close as this s---show will ever get to good reviews.

Entertainment Weekly


It's not a good movie. But the blame can't be laid at its star's Ferragamo-shod feet.

New York Times


That the long-gestating crime drama Gotti is a dismal mess comes as no surprise. What does shock is just how multifaceted a dismal mess it is. (Brian Tellerico)


He may have been a murderer, but even Gotti deserved better than this.