House of Cards Season 2 Review

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Evil People — almost 9 out of 10 fictional story that’s ever been told has always been a Good Vs. Bad, the noble hero who sacrificed himself for the greater good, Love Country and Family devotion are always the recurring theme and it is getting BORING!

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Enter Frank Underwood, last season he was the House Majority Whip, this season he starts of as the Vice president of the United States of America, he is ruthless he is aggressive and he will do and say everything he can do to get what he wants, and simply put what he wants is Power, through the course of 13 Episodes you see Frank overcome the obstacles in his way and use these challenges to become stronger at every turn, impeccably acted by Kevin Spacey he delivers every line and every monolog in a very entertaining way that you just can’t stop loving this character despite how EVIL he is, kinda reminds me of Walter White and Tywin Lannister they are both evil but very few of those who watch these shows every hated them for their actions, alongside Frank there is his lovely and sometimes move ruthless wife Clare, his men of action Doug and Seth who do whatever it takes to make sure he comes out of every encounter as clean as possible, and what makes the story even more impressive is those who oppose Frank, powerful politicians and businessmen who don’t mind going the extra mile to make sure he sink in the mud with their own plans and plots of equal if not greater evil and in the blend there is You! the watcher, somehow the writers of this show made you a part of the story, Frank breaks the 4th wall almost constantly and make you a part of the story, make you involved and when he overcomes a shitty situation you will feel something like a tickle, and depending on your moral compass this could make you feel both good or bad and that is an achievement in entertainment few have ever dared to even try to touch therefor I give House of Cards season 2 a Perfect Score

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Author: Aza Jabar

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