Director Ridley Scott and an all-star ensemble stumble badly in an atrocious adaptation of a sensational fashion industry scandal. Based on the book by Sara Gay Forden, House of Gucci is an awful, stereotype driven caricature of Italians. The accents, depictions, and bloviating behavior of the cast borders on laughable with one exception. Oscar winner Jared Leto, unrecognizable in a fat suit and make-up, hams it up to an objectionable point. He’s aiming for humor, but hits on offensive bullseye.