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Vice is a new film from Adam McKay and starring Christian Bale in an incredible transformation playing former United States Vice President Dick Cheney....
After last week's episode of Succession, Adam McKay and Jesse Armstrong had all of us on what seemingly was a road to war between Kendall (Jeremy Strong) and Logan (Brian Cox) but the story took a sudden turn.
A couple of things became crystal clear after last night's episode of Succession. For starters, don't miss an episode because it puts you way behind (I was at the beach last week with my family). More importantly, a war is brewing inside the Roy family, and stakes are only everything Logan (Brian Cox) worked so hard to build.
"Everybody Fucking Hates You" Stewie's (Arian Moayed) resounding statement of the obvious was the first hint at how twisted last nights episode of Succession was going to...
Last night's episode of Succession was deftly constructed from the writing, blocking, and even the pacing resulting in an entertaining yet pivotal sixth episode.
Sunday's episode of Succession was a carefully crafted menagerie of deception, double-crossing, and duplicitous behavior.
Succession's fourth episode didn't nearly have the lewd and outrageous behavior seen last week. Writer Anna Jordan shrewdly crafted a narrative which emphasized subtlety and nuances resulting in exposing just enough of individual characters so the audience could see what their intentions were leaving viewers fascinated by what is to come next week
The third episode of Succession reminded fans and critics worldwide that we can't judge a series just based on the success or failure of a singular collection of moments
The chemistry between the cast and a compelling narrative have setup HBO's newest drama Succession up for long-term success.