Vice (2018)

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Director
Adam McKay
Runtime
Release Date
25 December 2018
Genres
Drama, History, Comedy
Overview
How bureaucratic Washington insider, Dick Cheney, quietly became the most powerful man in the world as vice president to George W. Bush, reshaping the country and the globe in ways that we still feel today.
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Kyle Smith6
National Review



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  • Incompetent Vice Swings at Dick Cheney and Misses
    When it comes to conservatives, anything goes.
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  • Dick Cheney Comedy Vice Is a Spastic Mess
    The film is an angry upchuck.
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  • The Most Appalling Films of 2018
    Some of the year’s most anticipated and/or highly praised films turned out to be grotesque abominations.
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  • The 2018 Oscar Race Is Well Underway
    (”Vice (2018)” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    Which film will win the 2018 Oscar for best picture?
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  • Shed No Tears for Olivia Wilde
    (”Vice (2018)” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    Guilt-tripping people into buying tickets is not a successful marketing strategy.
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  • Oscar Nominations Reflect the Academy’s Struggle to Regain Relevance
    (”Vice (2018)” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    With a spate of box-office successes garnering nominations, AMPAS takes a small step toward solving its ratings problem.
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National Review Staff2
National Review



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  • Vice Is Just More Anti-Conservative Vitriol
    The same Left that despises President Trump despised George W. Bush long before him.
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  • Tech the Season
    Big Tech has millions upon millions of users, but so few defenders.
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Christian Toto2
Hollywood In Toto



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  • Critics Weaponize Whiteness Against McKay, ‘Vice’
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    “Vice” is one of the most nominated films of 2018. That hardly tells the whole story.

    Far-left director Adam McKay’s film chronicles the rise of Dick Cheney (Christian Bale) through

    The post Critics Weaponize Whiteness Against McKay, ‘Vice’ appeared first on Hollywood in Toto.

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  • Condescending ‘Vice’ Trips on Its Own Propaganda
    vice-conservative film review-christian bale

    Don’t be fooled. “Vice” isn’t really about former Vice President Dick Cheney.

    Sure, Adam McKay’s film chronicles Cheney’s rise from what it calls a “dirtbag” to the second most powerful

    The post Condescending ‘Vice’ Trips on Its Own Propaganda appeared first on Hollywood in Toto.

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Steve Sailer3
Taki Mag



(Reviewers' Site/Bio)

  • "Vice:" "Anchorman" Without Laughs, by Steve Sailer
    From my new movie review in Taki's Magazine: Read the whole thing there.
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  • Oscar Sunday, by Steve Sailer
    From The Forward: Not a good year for movies, so not a good year for Jews in the movie business. I should go back and look at older Forward articles like this, but this might be the worst year for Jews in movies in the last century. On the bright side ... Rachel Weisz is,...
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  • At Least "Crazy Rich Asians" Didn't Get Any Oscar Nominations, by Steve Sailer
    (”Vice (2018)” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    A lousy year for movies, as shown by the Oscar nominations for Best Picture: BlacKkKlansman and Vice are bad movies with bad directing by Spike Lee and Adam McKay, respectively. Vice has good casting but McKay isn't content to let his expert actors (Christian Bale, Amy Adams, and Sam Rockwell as George W. Bush, all...
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John Nolte2
Daily Wire / Breitbart



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  • Nolte: Right and Left Find Common Ground Hating Adam McKay's 'Vice'
    Vice does currently enjoy a middling 68 percent fresh rating at Rotten Tomatoes, which is respectable, but lower than Anchorman 2, and far from Best Picture material.
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  • 'Vice' Review: A Really Bad 'House of Cards' Episode
    Although writer/director Adam McKay has managed to keep the fires of his hatred for Dick Cheney stoked a full decade after the former vice president left office, rather than serving as a constructive muse, this hatred is so blinding, so smug, so superior, McKay ends up revealing more about a lot himself than his subject.
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Sonny Bunch1
Free Beacon



(Reviewers' Site/Bio)

  • ‘Vice’ Review

    BY:

    Vice—the new biopic about our greatest living vice president, Dick Cheney—is the movie our country needs right now: a story about a small-town guy who overcame the odds and kept his fellow Americans safe in an age of nihilistic terror. It is also the hagiography we need right now, a reminder that America’s greatness lies not with its natural resources or fantastic wealth but within the spirit of her citizens.

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Michael Medved1



(Reviewers' Site/Bio)

  • Vice

    Star Rating: 1.5 Stars
    Cast: Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Steve Carel
    Release Date: Wednesday, December 12, 2018
    MPAA Rating: R
    Brought to you by www.michaelmedved.com
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The Weekly Standard



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  • I wish Marvel Studios would hire Megan Ellison to run it:
    According to The Wrap, Annapurna Pictures has run into financial difficulties as of late, culminating in the "jettisoning of two upcoming films with marquee talent" and the exit of its film division head.... Coming in December, Annapurna will be releasing the Christian Bale star vehicle "VICE," another leftist propaganda film in which Bale plays former Vice President Dick Cheney opposite Sam Rockwell playing President Bush. The film is reported to have cost a "bloated $60 million to produce" when it should have cost only half that. Factor in marketing cost and the film hasn't got a prayer.

    "There is a financial issue going on," a source told The Wrap. "Her dad has put a lot of money into the company and I don’t think he wants to support her behavior and what’s been going on. There are restraints — the money is not flowing."

    Annapurna also recently dropped its slated film about Fox News founder Roger Ailes just three weeks away from starting production. It had been approved for a whopping $35 million budget.

    A source close to Megan Ellison says she has been making political passion projects with zero regard for financial cost or box office potential.

    "She makes bad decisions," the source said. "She wanted to chase all these expensive movies that weren’t going to make money, and she said, ‘I don’t care whether they make money.’ That’s not how you run a company."
    It is if you're an SJW. From a Financial Times article in 2014:
    She is Megan Ellison and, depending on who you talk to, she is either the saviour of an industry that has succumbed to brain-numbing comic-book movies and superhero sequels or a wealthy heiress who splashes the cash on films that don’t necessarily make financial sense.
    It would appear we have the answer to that question.

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Plugged In3
Focus on the Family



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  • Alita Stomps on LEGO 2 Over Painful President’s Day Weekend
    (”Vice (2018)” is briefly mentioned in this.)

    In the movie Alita: Battle Angel, the titular hero tells us she “will not stand by in the presence of evil.” Apparently, she won’t stand by in the presence of LEGOs, either. Alita: Battle Angel hauled its collection of spare cyborg parts to the top of the box-office heap this weekend, collecting $27.8 million during […]

    The post Alita Stomps on LEGO 2 Over Painful President’s Day Weekend appeared first on Plugged In Blog.

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  • Oscars: The More Things Change, the More Things Stay the Same
    (”Vice (2018)” is briefly mentioned in this.)

    This year’s Oscars telecast was perhaps the first I remember where the actual telecast seemed a little anticlimactic at first. Kevin Hart’s going to be our host! No, wait, never mind! But we WILL have a popular movie category! No, no, scratch that, too! But we FOR SURE will hand out awards during commercial breaks! […]

    The post Oscars: The More Things Change, the More Things Stay the Same appeared first on Plugged In Blog.

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  • Culture Clips: “Alexa, What’s a First Down Anyway?”
    (”Vice (2018)” is briefly mentioned in this.)

    It’s that time of year. The time when some of us build our weekend schedules around football games, both college and pro. Bowl games. Championhips. Wild Card showdowns and Divisional Rounds. And soon … the Super Bowl. For some of us, we can’t remember a time when we didn’t know what a fist down was, […]

    The post Culture Clips: “Alexa, What’s a First Down Anyway?” appeared first on Plugged In Blog.

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Armond White3
The National Review / OUT



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  • The 14th Annual Better-Than List
    (”Vice (2018)” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    The art and politics of 2018 movies
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  • The Wife Is a Trophy-Wife Tragic Farce
    (”Vice (2018)” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    Glenn Close brings #MeToo to awards season.
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  • The Dead Don’t Die: Climate-Change Comedy for the Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez Era
    (”Vice (2018)” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    Jarmusch’s hipster zombie satire, a dull and lazy dud, demonizes all the right (right-wing) people.
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The Federalist Staff1
The Federalist



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  • How The Oscars Can Find Their Way Out Of The Identity Politics Wilderness
    (”Vice (2018)” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    It’s a time for the Oscars to celebrate stories that challenge us to be the best we can be and give us heroes to emulate.
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