Maison Gucci, Latest Looks, Julia and More
Punxsatawney Phil saw his shadow this week, which means six more weeks to curl up on the couch and not feel bad about it. So why not start by watching one of this week’s new movies on VOD? After its theatrical release, Ridley Scott Gucci House is finally available on VOD, so I hope you’re ready for the killer the fashions of the 70s and 80s, mixed with an equally retro soundtrack. And the touching documentary Juliaabout the life of Julia Child, is now also available, directed by the same production team that brought us RBG and the next Gabby Giffords won’t back down.
And in Last Looks, Charlie Hunnam plays Charlie Waldo, a former LAPD cop who left town to live a simple life, like all the disgraced ex-cops like to do in the movies. Waldo is hired by an alcoholic Hollywood actor named Alistair Pinch (Mel Gibson) to investigate who killed his wife (and exonerate him as a suspect) and, to quote that great philosopher David Lee Roth, sometimes the simple life isn’t Not that easy. Waldo’s peaceful existence is disrupted by the new gig, and he finds himself drawn into the criminal underworld he wanted to leave behind.
These are just a few of the titles available to watch on Amazon Prime Video, iTunes, YouTube, and through your cable service this week. Find out now which films are available for purchase or rental on demand!
For some people, Gucci House it’s so bad it’s good. For others, it’s so bad it’s just bad. And for still others, it’s worth watching just for the “I’m going to eat spaghetti” accents. Whatever your reasons for viewing, the highly anticipated film which stars Lady Gaga, Adam Driver and Al Pacino is now available on VOD. Gaga stars as Patrizia Reggiani, a woman who marries into the Gucci family and hatches a scheme to try to control the fashion brand. It’s a long road full of stories of love, fraud and MURDER, as you probably know, and now it’s in your living room.
Where to stream Gucci House
“She changed everything. That’s what the voiceover in the trailer is for Julia, the new documentary about Cordon Bleau-trained chef Julia Child says of her, and it’s true. Before Julia, there were no famous chefs, there were no women at the head of restaurant kitchens, she became the face of a movement that is now part of our daily lives. Featuring interviews with culinary icons José Andrés, Ina Garten and Jacques Pépin, the story of Julia’s life, training and rise is lovingly told, revealing how much she influenced American culture. .
Where to stream Julia
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Liz Kocan is a pop culture writer living in Massachusetts. Her biggest fame is the time she won on the game show Chain Reaction.