House of card Series 3 proved that Netflix made the right decision to invest in the program over the past three series, but also that Kevin Spacey has still got it.
I’d go as far as to say that Spacey is in his finest hour as the defiant Frank Underwood, Congressman turned President.
Series Three goes much more into the finite details of Frank & Claire (His wife – the First Lady, incase you were wondering.) and their turbulent relationship. I won’t give too much away, but there is laughter, crying, fighting and much, much, more.
Frank Underwood proves that he’s ever the Politician and bulldozers through anything and anyone that gets in the way of his end goal; remaining President.
Thirteen episodes of greatness make up Series 3 – and they leave you needing more. There are so many things unanswered; so many doors left open and so many hypothetical questions that we’re left asking ourselves.
Series 3 focuses – for a large part – on the role of Russian in the world and there dismissal of rules, agreements, and so on, with their desire and hunger for control; seeing the actions of the West as invasive and insulting. We do see Russia in more positive lights, though, with the humanising of Russian President Petrov. The relationships between the White House & wider United States and Russia are shown on a global and intimate scale. Expect cigarette sharing, singing and lots of vodka shots. No – it’s not to be mistaken for a Freshers party. Why? Because there’s certainly no foam or UV paint. That’s why.
I won’t give too much away, but you need to check our Series 3 of House of Cards. It’s Series 1 + Series 2 and then some.
Sensational, some may say. I’m desperate for Series 4.