Gotti: One of 2018’s Worst Films, Starring John Travolta as Mobster John Gotti

John Travolta’s new film, the long-gestating Gotti, a biopic about the late mobster John Gotti, world premiered at the 2018 Cannes Film Fest to poor critical reception.

It is one of the few films to win a ZERO rating on Rotten Tomatoes, the movie-review site.

Two other Travolta movies have received a zero percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes includes 1983 Staying Alive and his 1993 film Look Who’s Talking Now.

A dismal flop on any level, Gotti is poorly written and directed.

For a crime drama, it’s inexplicably dull.

On the Metacritic site, which measures critics’ judgments with a numerical grade, Gotti, based on five reviews, has currently earned a 27 out of a possible 100.

Hard to believe but it has taken more than seven years for Gotti to reach the screen.

The R-rated drama is expected to gross between $1 million and $2 million during its first three days.

Gotti debuted in 503 theaters in North America this weekend. Its Friday gross amounted to $614,000, putting it on track for a potential $1.8 million weekend and a respectable per-screen average of about $3,500.  The movie performed most strongly in New York, Los Angeles and Las Vegas.