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Wright's performance reflects all of his cynicism, calculation and deep, unhealed wounds that powered his engine, and now hers as a President who pledges allegiance only to herself and her gender.
The gaping cynicism of these faux Washington insiders also paints a depressing picture of the actual current climate, especially against the backdrop of the real-life controversy in the White House.
Cards has always been a show whose plot contortions could confuse and whose incremental intrigue could bore, and those problems are worse now that everyone seems to be whispering.
The self-serious drama hasn't just morphed into a Ryan Murphy fantasy sequence; it appears to have thought more holistically about what promoting women should actually look like.
It sounds like a compelling story, but Claire remains an icy, tough-to-read cipher through much of it, despite flashbacks to her childhood and that fourth-wall-breaking, talking-to-the-viewers thing that Spacey once did so well.
It isn't easy to replace Frank Underwood, who... has become one of the most legendary characters ever portrayed on a TV show. However, it is obvious that this season not only lacked inspiration - it was lacking, in general.
The final season is not the glorious goodbye it should have been, or the one the show's best character and best actor deserved, but there's still enough of that early elegant cruelty to see it across the line.
I doubt that I was the only one whose own lethargy gave her cause for revulsion.
This is the worst season of the series despite Robin Wright's best efforts. [Full Review in Spanish]
Audience Reviews for House of Cards: Season 6
Jan 17, 2021Terrible ending to a beautiful series. In my opinion, Kevin Spacey was the lifeline of this series and was greatly missed in this final season.
Jan 04, 2021Claire falls flat, without Kevin Spacey the show is not good at all. Kevin Spacey is deeply missed. Only good thing about this season is that Doug Stamper is in the first 8 episodes
Dec 28, 2020Netflix took one of it's best shows and just killed it. Cancel culture mob strikes again.
Dec 21, 2020Netflix delivers the 101 book on how to morph a once great, groundbreaking story into something bland, souless and predictable. And despite all Robin Wright's effots and talent, Kevin Spacey's Frank Underwood is deeply missed here. Considering all the initial impact the series had, it deserved a way better sendoff.
Dec 06, 2020Unfortunately took a stellar show and ruined it in the last two seasons with removal of Mr Spacey.
Sep 15, 2020First couple seasons were great but season 6 was so bad that it made me make a rotten tomatoes account. Yeah, that bad.
Aug 18, 2020Well, this season meant to the show the absolute destroyment of everything that was built in past seasons. Full of nonsense acts, and turning magically all the tables in favor of the plot. Basically, this season was a joke, and I rather think the 5th season was the last, because at least in that season there was a monologue that was actually good and coherent with the character and with how the plot was being built (and yes, I'm talking about when Frank is on the courthouse and resigns to the presidency). The only thing I found admirable about this season, but is actually about the whole show, is its production. The show has a clean and beautiful aesthetic, it has clean and soft shots, the plane design is just geometrically precise. Such a waste given the fact that this season was, and I'm quoting Joanne Laurier who wrote a review of this season that is worth to read. "Artistically, a flop"
Aug 02, 2020Nothing like season 1 to 5. Random, story lines unfinished. didnt have the range of franks character at all. Shame I wasted my time on this last series.
Jul 29, 2020Fell flat, I didn't enjoy it.
Jul 05, 2020Game Of Thrones Final Season stands high and strong in comparison to this one.