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Gosford Park

User rating: 3.46 42 Reviews | Write a Review

In Theaters: December 26, 2001

R | Comedy, Drama | 2h 17m

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User rating: 3.46

Based on 1076 votes and 42 reviews.

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User rating: March 2, 2002

The Best movie I have ever seen. Ryan Phillippe was so hot in it!

User rating: February 26, 2002

Great movie, but you have to pay close attention to EVERYTHING to understand it. Those who don`t will get lost and think it`s boring. Those who do, will be rewarded with wonderful murder mystery. Great movie, loved it. =)

User rating: February 24, 2002

Difficult movie to follow. Very slow movie, one of us fell asleep, the rest of us felt like leaving.

User rating: February 23, 2002


User rating: February 22, 2002

Full of wonderful moments: the countess snubbing the American producer from her car, her maid given precedence at dinner over the maid of a mere baroness, the servants listening to Ivor Novello while the self-absorbed aristocrats chat and play bridge ... One of the most enjoyable movies for years.

User rating: February 13, 2002


User rating: February 12, 2002

the best Robert Altman movie of all time.

User rating: February 8, 2002

It`s so hard now a days to find a movie that holds ones interest through out. I found Godsford Park to be such a movie. There was so much information flowing through the film that even if i did get confused i was enthralled at the same time. The actors, the script, the direction, the design, this is truly a fool proof film unless a complete idiot was at the helm, and Altman is no idiot. Bravo!

User rating: February 5, 2002

It had its moments, but the film tended to drag on for me. It didn`t live up to all the hype.

User rating: January 28, 2002

It was a well built tale about the hypocracy of british high society at the turn of the century... Piercing in critique, but lacking in entratainment... a miss with american audiences that miss the depth of the story.