Frank Underwood House of Cards
Robin Wright's Claire Underwood delivers an epic speech at the foot of her husband's gravesite.
What Frank Underwood showed me is that, as much as video game audiences have diversified, so too have their purposes. Where games once existed as static console-based entities for specialized nerds to plug into, games are now an ubiquitous feature across all our devices.
Frank Underwood, the megalomaniacal president in "House of Cards," is really into video games. Like, "ignore the splendor of Robin Wright" into video games.
From Dexter to Tony Soprano to Walter White, television has been dominated by the male antihero for decades. The protagonist
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Frank Underwood can be cold or compassionate, but he's always calculating. He knows what he wants. When he has an opening
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As he has told us so many times in his Foghorn Leghorn accent, Frank Underwood wants to be the president. Really, it's a