House of Gucci is an endlessly entertaining film that offers viewers everything they could want. Whether you’re after drinks, cigarettes or snacks the carpaccio comes highly recommended. There are also cars for those who don’t drive around town in one me (I’m not sure what kind). The clothes shopping extravaganza will have your heart racing as fast-paced sequences bulge. With colour while characters battle through juicy subplots to secure family heirlooms at any cost—including murder!
About the movie:
“Gucci” is an epic, modern-day crime saga that follows the assassination of fashion heir and socialite Maurizio Guccione. He was killed in 1995 by his wife Patrizia who contracted to kill him over a business dispute. This led her into insanity while also having devastating effects This film explores what went on behind closed doors at one time. Italy’s past centuries when things were still quite different from today–both socially as well geologically!
When Maurizio is mistaken for a bartender at the disco by Patrizia, their courtship starts with charm and wit. They take each other on dates to make sure that they are who they say they were: She writes her phone number on his motorcycle’s windshield then goes down onto one knee as if asking him out; he squirts water from co-workers’ desks during meetings playfully washing trucks–all while being disinherited by an oil tycoon father without any appreciation or understanding what it takes to keep up appearances as family wealth does.
Although the concept of “Gucci” is intriguing. It’s undone by a script that never figures out what story or main character to tell. Lady Gaga does her best in making this movie campy but without any humour whatsoever. As she prances around with shoulder-forward suits and barks goofy lines such as: “Time for trash duty!” But even though there are many exciting parts throughout this film. On an ageing judge who becomes obsessed over his daughter getting kidnapped from their house party, he throws every night while still being married at one point.
The film “Gucci” focuses on the life, criminal past and fashion empire of Patrizia. The movie starts with her as a fun-loving young woman that we are supposed to believe is murder prone but then it switches back into an investigation about who this person was at different points during their lives which doesn’t help us understand why exactly she became embittered enough for something like killing someone becomes possible or even necessary.
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We give this movie 3/5 stars.