Based on 1076 votes and 42 reviews.
You really need to be on your toes. There is no wasted film here. There is a story and clues every where to solve the whodunit. This wonderful film has your attention.
One of the best Robert Altman´s movies !!! Great cast,amazing story and excellent photograph. It´s a very special film because of the way in wich,comedy,drama and suspense are combined perfectly by Altman. All the plenty characters inside the story,have their own magic. The design of the poster reflects the essence of the movie...........neat design,flawless making and awesome production!!!!
Brilliant - one of my favorite movies - liked the natural dialog, complexity of character interactions and storylines - acting and script were excellent. Not surprised at large number of negative reviews - this one is not for those to lazy to think.
The movie reflected the class/caste system of English society inasmuch as everyone "knew his place" and their role if they were "in service" in an aristocratic household. My interest was in the hierarchy of both guests and servants. I loved the film, found it well researched, giving what I believe to be an accurate reflection of the times. Acting was well nuanced, costumes wonderful. As an English woman who grew up in the county of Kent, I have reflected on the name "Gosford Park". A gosling is a baby goose, a ford being a shallow water, usually under or by a hump-back bridge - so I would imagine the name means, "the place where the gos
Excellent film with great cast. This is one of Altman`s best films.
this movie is just too boring. it has too many characters that don`t really need to be in the film. the plot drags on and the ending is really lame. it deserves 2 stars.
for all those who think thiis is confusing or boring can go watch rollerball
Too long, too many characters, not enough to the plot to keep interest levels up. Nice costumes....overly long movie.
maggie smith was hilarious but overall I didn`t find Gosford Park all that captivating. Altman has done better. Might be better with repeated viewings.
Gosford Park had a good pace - very involved movie. Great acting. Loved it.