Not once, but TWICE in the past ten days I have eagerly brought myself to the movie theatre, paid for tickets and popcorn, and sat in an uncomfortable chair for 2 hours and 38 minutes just to appreciate this masterpiece like it deserves. Some may say that is excessive, however that is just how enticing the plot is. The plot focuses on the lives of the Gucci family, and the complicated and problematic dynamic they perpetuate when operating their lucrative business. Ultimately, similar to countless other family businesses, unforgivable and ruthless decisions are made. Despite the intriguing drama, the actual main reason I can't stop watching this movie is the acting. The actors completely embrace their roles and subsequent transformations. I was particularly shocked by the appearance of Jared Leto, who I did not even recognize initially. Additionally, I was tremendously impressed with Lady Gaga's performance; I knew she was a remarkable signer, but I did not realize that she was such a talented actress. Lady Gaga was certainly under immense pressure to accurately portray her character, Patrizia Reggiani, because she is a real woman. She nailed it, and I think her chemistry with Adam Driver (Maurizio Gucci) is partially responsible for that. I can sense both Gaga and Driver's passion through the screen, and this movie in particular reveals their strength, dedication, and depth as actors. Watching this movie is more of an experience than a simple viewing, and I encourage everyone reading this to embark on that chaotic, intense, and unpredictable journey.