House of Gucci

House of Gucci

House of Gucci

Oscar-winners Al Pacino, Lady Gaga, Jared Leto and Jeremy Irons star in Ridley Scott's chronicle of the Gucci family fashion dynasty, one that leads to the murder of the grandson of founder Guccio Gucci. Co-stars Academy Award-nominee Adam Driver (Marriage Story), Jack Huston (The Irishman) and Camille Cottin (Call My Agent!).

2021Rating: 15, strong language, sex158 minsUSA
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House of Gucci | Reviews

A hugely watchable cast of Oscar winners and nominees try on great clothes, oversized personalities (and a wardrobe's worth of Italian accents) in Ridley Scott's super-sized, real-life camp soap opera.

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The Times

The Times

As Paolo Gucci would say, and indeed did wail, mid-way through the movie, "Why-ah? Why-ah? Why-ah?"

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Ridley Scott’s fantastically rackety, messy soap opera... is rescued from pure silliness by Lady Gaga’s glorious performance...

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

A trashtacular watch that I wouldn't have missed for the world.

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Variety

Variety

It's full of luscious backstabbing, but it's not camp.

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Screen Daily

Screen Daily

Like next year's fashions from a more extreme house, it grows on you.

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The Telegraph

The Telegraph

The fact that the major cast members can't seem to agree on what kind of film they're actually making is one of its most glaring hitches - and also one of its ripest pleasures.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

An infectious, bizarro bit of fun.

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San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

At 83... Scott is not just at the height of his powers, he's breaking new ground.

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The Globe and Mail

The Globe and Mail

It is, at times, nakedly and bewilderingly bad - but you have to admire Scott's energy.

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Boston Globe

Boston Globe

Say this for House of Gucci, it announces its basic silliness right off the bat.

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Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

Insistently campy yet painfully mirthless...

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Sight & Sound

Sight & Sound

A tragi-comic triumph of operatic proportions.

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Film Threat

Film Threat

(House of Gucci) never finds a rhythm, vacillating between a gauche, on-the-nose satire, and a superficial, surface-level biography.

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Independent

Independent

A titillating, ridiculous and utterly engrossing soap opera.

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

A jumble of stories jockeying for screen time...

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Little White Lies

Little White Lies

Entertaining, provided you can look past whatever Leto is doing.

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Time Out

Time Out

A feast of enjoyable scheming, OTT performances and terrible accents...

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