In ‘Vice,’ is Dick Cheney the real man in power during the Bush presidency?

Vice President Dick Cheney is seen Jan. 28, 2008, during the State of the Union Address at the U.S. Capitol. With a distinguished career in public service spanning four decades, the Vice President has served four presidents and his home state of Wyoming as a six-term member of the U.S. House of Representatives. Photo credit: David Bohrer for The White House.

Our critics review “Escape Room,” about a group of strangers who have to solve puzzles to survive; “Vice,” about Dick Cheney as Vice President to George W. Bush; “On the Basis of Sex,” about the early life of SCOTUS Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, starring Felicity Jones and Armie Hammer; and “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch” on Netflix.


William Bibbiani - film critic and co-host of the podcast “Canceled Too Soon” and “Critically Acclaimed” - @williambibbiani, Roth Cornet - head of creative for Fandom and ScreenJunkies - @RothCornet

Madeleine Brand

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