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House of Gucci

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Videos & Photos

  • Official Trailer
  • Trailer 2

Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

Spanning three decades of love, betrayal, decadence, revenge, and ultimately murder, we see what a name means, what it's worth, and how far a family will go for control.

Cast

  • Lady Gaga
  • Adam Driver
  • Al Pacino
  • Jeremy Irons
  • Jared Leto
  • Jack Huston
  • Salma Hayek
  • Alexia Murray
  • Vincent Riotta
  • Gaetano Bruno

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Verified Review

Saw it last night with my fiancée. Started out slow but picked up steam as it moved along. What started out as a beautiful love story eventually disintegrates into a War Of The Roses. The Gucci family betrays each other and in the end nobody wins. It's kind of slow in spots but overall it's very much worth watching.

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Robert H
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An hour too long. Too much unintentional comedy.

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Beto G

Metacritic

80
Nov 25, 2021

Gaga plays the film’s early scenes with a winking, playful innocence, consciously mirroring Patrizia’s story with that of Ally, her character in 2018’s A Star is Born – another ordinary woman plucked from relative obscurity.

Clarisse Loughrey
The Independent
70
Nov 24, 2021

With House of Gucci, you get a jumble of stories jockeying for screen time, and then you get a supernova blazing at the center of all of it that burns everything superfluous away. If the film is remembered for anything, it’s for being Exhibit A as what a great actor she is. Forget Gucci. Long live the house that Gaga built.

Metacritic review by David Fear
David Fear
Rolling Stone
40
Nov 24, 2021

I found the film so insistently campy yet painfully mirthless—its style lies somewhere between opera buffa and telenovela—that my mental state of acute anguish may have skewed my perceptions of whatever the story has to offer.

Metacritic review by Joe Morgenstern
Joe Morgenstern
Wall Street Journal