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- Christian Bale
- Amy Adams
- Steve Carell
- Sam Rockwell
- Alison Pill
- Eddie Marsan
- Justin Kirk
- LisaGay Hamilton
- Jesse Plemons
- Bill Camp
Did You Know?
- This will be the fourth collaboration between actor Steve Carell and director Adam McKay. Previous collaborations are Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004), Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (2013) and The Big Short (2015).
- The scene in which the young Dick is weaving down the road is set in 1963. The road has yellow dashed paving markings, which were not used until 1970. In 1963, the dashes would have been white.
- [while sitting down to eat at Bush's ranch]
- George W. Bush: Whaddaya say?... I want you to be my VP. I want you, you're ma vice.
- Dick Cheney: Well, George, I, uh... I'm a CEO... of a large company. And I have been Secretary of Defense... and I have been White House Chief of Staff. The Vice Presidency is a mostly symbolic job.
- George W. Bush: Uh-huh.
- Dick Cheney: However, if we came to a, uh... different... understanding... I can handle the more mundane... jobs. Overseeing bureaucracy... military... energy... and, uh... foreign policy.
- [Finishes cleaning chicken grease off his fingers and stares at Cheney for a few seconds, then points at him]
- George W. Bush: That sounds good!
Atom User Reviews
Completely disjointed and way to left leaning
This movie shines a bright light on how America became the country it is now. At times it is unsettling and hard to watch but that is the truth and it must be addressed. Bale brings his A game and will get his Oscar nomination. It’s gripping and full of history for those who love American politics and history
Through wit, surprise and an irrepressible ballsiness comes a scorching humor that neither curdles nor becomes exhausted.
I spent much of Vice trying to work out why the same narrative strategies that worked so well in the raucously entertaining The Big Short suddenly felt smug and even propagandistic.
There’s anger but no insight in Vice, a glib portrait of Dick Cheney that preaches to the choir but becomes less persuasive as it goes along.