Majority House Whip Francis Underwood takes you on a long journey as he exacts his vengeance on those he feels wronged him - that is, his own cabinet members including the President of the United States himself. Dashing, cunning, methodical and vicious, Frank Underwood along with his equally manipulative yet ambiguous wife, Claire take Washington by storm through climbing the hierarchical ladder to power in this Americanized recreation of the BBC series of the same name.Written by
In February 2016, the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., started displaying a painting of Kevin Spacey by the British artist Jonathan Yeo. Although the NPG often exhibits portraits of actors (among other prominent Americans), the gallery is also well-known for its portraits of the U.S. presidents and bills itself as "the nation's only complete collection of presidential portraits outside the White House." In that vein, several sources (including Vulture and the official twitter feeds for both the TV show House of Cards and the National Portrait Gallery) reported on this new portrait as though it were actually a painting of President Frank Underwood instead of the actor who portrays him. See more »
There are two kinds of pain. The sort of pain that makes you strong, or useless pain. The sort of pain that's only suffering. I have no patience for useless things.
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I enjoyed every bit of HOC 1-5.. Both the lead actors and the supporting cast were excellent.. Season 6 is Dull as Ditchwater.. A painful watch.. If they did this so that the hundreds of workers on the show wouldn't lose their jobs that's sad.. The show which IMHO was the shining star of the Netflix stable has crashed and burned.. Robin Wright is a great actress but without Kevin Spacey, her acting is insipid and boring to say the least.. For HOC fans, stay with the happy memories of Seasons 1-5.this leaves a bitter aftertaste
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