Wide Open & Unrestricted

Frank Underwood – House of Cards

House of Cards’ Frank Underwood was more interesting, mysterious and multidimensional before he became a murderer. Before he killed two people it was possible to imaging that somewhere deep in his dark, power-hungry soul there still smoldered some genuine, residual virtue from an earlier life. But now he’s just a piece-of-crap murdering thug. An interesting piece-of-crap murdering thug, but still just a piece-of-crap murdering thug.

Filed Under: TV

One Response to Frank Underwood – House of Cards

  1. Absolutely agree. This is an example of lazy writing. This character was indeed someone with whom you could have some empathy, not necessarily sympathy. I actually think it’s very much discordant with his character to turn him into a wanton sociopath.

    Lazy ass writing…

    R O’Donnell

Leave a reply