Vice (2018)

Vice (2018)


Some voices are more dangerous than others.

Christian Bale transforms himself to play Dick Cheney in Oscar-winning The Big Short filmmaker Adam McKay's star-studded biopic. McKay tells the epic story of how a bureaucratic Washington insider quietly became one of the most powerful men in the world as Vice President to George W. Bush, reshaping the U.S. and the rest of the world with his politics.

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  • The story is one-sided and opinionated - to say the least - but McKay keeps us interested with quirky storytelling techniques such as a fake ending and a sudden twist surrounding the narrator. Full Review

  • An acting masterclass that neither pulls its punches nor sacrifices detail to pander to a mass audience, this is smart filmmaking from a director who gets better with every film - and a near career-best from Bale, which is saying something. Full Review

  • Through wit, surprise and an irrepressible ballsiness comes a scorching humour that neither curdles nor becomes exhausted. Full Review

  • The pace is jaunty, the scenes crackle with gleeful, giddy incredulity, and the dry business of statecraft attains the velocity of farce. Full Review

  • Bale brilliantly captures the former vice-president's bland magnificence in Adam McKay's entertainingly nihilist biopic. Full Review

  • Vice gives little reason for us to laugh-or to do much of anything else but roll our eyes. Full Review

  • "Vice..." though it pretends to reveal how power works, is ultimately content to remain on the outside, sticking its finger in the eye of power. Full Review

  • In an awards season crammed with clear contenders, it is one to watch out for, and a perversely, bleakly entertaining look at an American tragedy we still live with today. Full Review

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