Win a double pass to Vice, the new Dick Cheney movieby The Listener
Oscar-winning writer-director Adam McKay (The Big Short) brings his trademark wit to the true story of US Vice President Dick Cheney in Vice.
George W. Bush (Sam Rockwell) wins the 2000 election, but it’s Cheney (Christian Bale) who quietly takes charge, wielding his newfound power as vice president to reshape the country and the world – with lasting consequences. Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Steve Carrell and Sam Rockwell are at the top of their game, delivering hilarious, uncanny portrayals of America’s most powerful players. A film about those who have power, those who want power, and those who abuse it, Vice is a smart, irreverent comedy-drama that will shock and entertain in equal measure.
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