After starring in a string of successful films in the late '70's and early '80s (Saturday Night Fever, Grease, and Blow Out, to name a few) John Travolta's resumé was marred by something no actor's career should ever experience: Talking baby movies, specifically Look Who's Talking and Look Who's Talking Too. This came in addition to a handful of roles in other bona fide flops in films like Perfect and Two of a Kind, and by the time the early '90s rolled around, it seemed like Travolta's career wasn't anywhere close to recovery. 

Then, Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction happened in 1994. Travolta received an Academy Award nomination for his iconic role as Vincent Vega in the film and an official pass to the A-Listers club again, where he's since remained.