If you haven’t got enough to be mad about, perhaps Vice, director Adam McKay’s grimly comic portrait of former US vice-president Dick Cheney, will tip you screaming over the edge. Not so much a hagiography as a scumbagiography, it will spoil nobody’s enjoyment of the picture to reveal that McKay is not a fan of his corpulent, amoral protagonist - the architect (according to Vice) of most of the horrors inflicted on the world in...
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