House of Cards

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Netflix Premiered Feb 01, 2013 Between Seasons

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AIRED ON 2/14/2014

Season 2 : Episode 13

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A new US adaptation of the 1990s British political miniseries will star Kevin Spacey as the lead role. This is the first original series of this caliber to appear exclusively on Netflix.

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  • Slow but effective

    8.0
    This is a kind of show,either you fell in love with it or you hate slow but Kevin Spacey would surely ensure that you're wait isn't would recommend this show for all the fans who like to Kevin Spacey and his acting for season 3 :D
  • BORING AND PREDICTABLE.

    1.0
    Well I join the choir of people who express deep resentment watching this show.

    To engage yourself in a story don't you have to empathize with some of the

    Maybe I am supposed to be intrigued and fascinated with Mister Underwoods excellent skills at playing deceitful and turning the tide of events in the political system to serve his purpose again and again - but I don't.

    The theme of deceit is simply too easily identified and can be predicted in such a way, after watching two or three episodes, that you know more or less which structure the rest of the episodes are built around.

    Every single person has given up any kind of personal integrity. They can the threatened or bought to do whatever Underwood wants.

    The only happy end I can imagine would be if the Whole place blew up.

    WATCH INSTEAD THE ORIGINAL SEASON WITH THE MAGNIFICENT IAN STELLAR TV!!!!!

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  • Simply Great

    10
    Everything is so well done. Spacey brings the boom. The supporting characters bring the bang. Can definitely tell this is David Fincher's baby.
  • Best show ever

    10
    FU and CU kick ass!
  • Only for Kevin Spacey fans.

    7.0
    House of Cards was an average show in the first season and became a mediocre show in the second season. The attachment of talented people like David Fincher (one of my favorite directors), Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright skyrocketed my expectations, but the result is rather lackluster. The main problem is the convoluted writing that tries so hard to make Kevin Spacey's character look like a manipulating genious and hide the fact that most of the time he is just a lucky opportunist. Another issue is the really boring plotlines that take entire seasons to set up and then they just disappoint. The first season was watchable and had its moments especially because of Corey Stolls' character, but the second season was disappointing altogether. Of course, the fact that Frank is now POTUS unlocks many intriguing plotlines which can only lead to his uncompromising and utter demise.moreless
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