Review of House of Cards

60 minutes

A political drama based on the BBC miniseries of the same name that takes viewers through the back halls of greed, sex, love and corruption in modern Washington, D.C.
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Dec 13, 2015 6:17AM EST
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A serial impresses from all political views and has an impeccable distribution excites you. House of Cards is an open lesson of political games. Kevin Spacey delight you and is perfect for this role, and Robin Wright is impeccable! In my opinion the best political show ever made! Starting from the idea of ​​a BBC series based on the book of a man familiar with the backstage politics (same title, subject, but only 4 episodes - 1990; however there appears to be two sequels) Americans have brought us today. Kevin Spacey's character faithfully type played exceptionally Iain Richardson in the British version. To be closer to reality, it would have inserted another character with its machinations (NSA, etc.) that changes the rules if necessary. Available in all countries, more or less, only the 3 different letters ... Kevin Spacey not only play fantastic in this series. And Robin Wright and Kate Mara and the other actors do a great job of bringing to life a fascinating political story.
At first I thought that a political serial I get bored. But it contains enough drama, suspense and even comedy enough to retain your attention from beginning to end. After 3 seasons think that's one of the best series ever seen and look forward to season 4

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