"Vice" is a 2018 American biographical satirical comedy-drama film directed by Adam McKay.
The starring cast includes Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Steve Carell, Sam Rockwell, Tyler Perry, Alison Pill, Lily Rabe, Jesse Plemons, Alex MacNicoll, Cailee Spaeny and others.

Here are "Vice" movie trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.

Trailer

Is there a trailer for Vice movie?

Annapurna Pictures on Wednesday, October 03, 2018 released the trailer for "Vice" you can watch here:
VICE | Official Trailer.

Plot summary

What is Vice movie plot?

Here is a short review of "Vice" movie plot summary.

Vice is narrated by Kurt (Jesse Plemons), a fictitious veteran of the Afghanistan and Iraq Wars.
In 1963, Dick Cheney (Christian Bale) works as a lineman in Wyoming after his alcoholism led him to drop out of Yale University. After Cheney is stopped by a traffic cop for driving while intoxicated, his wife Lynne Cheney tells him to clean up his life or she'll leave him.
In 1969, Cheney finds work as a White House intern during the Nixon Administration. Working under Nixon's economic adviser, Donald Rumsfeld (Steve Carell), Cheney becomes a savvy political operative as he juggles commitments to his wife and their daughters, Liz and Mary. Cheney overhears Henry Kissinger (Kirk Bovill) discussing the secret bombing of Cambodia with President Richard Nixon, revealing the true power of the executive branch to Cheney. Rumsfeld's abrasive attitude leads to him and Cheney being distanced from Nixon, which works in both men's favor; after Nixon's resignation, Cheney rises to the position of White House Chief of Staff for President Gerald Ford (Bill Camp) while Rumsfeld becomes Secretary of Defense. The media later dubs the sudden shake-up in the cabinet as the Halloween Massacre. During his tenure, a young Antonin Scalia (Matthew Jacobs) introduces Cheney to the unitary executive theory.
After Ford is voted out of office, Cheney runs to be representative for Wyoming. After giving an awkward and uncharismatic campaign speech, Cheney suffers his first heart attack. While he recovers, Lynne campaigns on her husband's behalf, helping him to win a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. During the Reagan Administration, Cheney supported a raft of conservative, pro-business policies favoring the fossil fuel industries. He also supported the abolishment of the FCC fairness doctrine which led to the rise of Fox News, conservative talk radio, and the increasing level of party polarization in the United States. Cheney next serves as Secretary of Defense under President George H. W. Bush during the Gulf War. Outside of politics, Cheney and Lynne come to terms with their younger daughter, Mary, coming out as lesbian. Though Cheney develops ambitions to run for president, he decides to retire from public life to spare Mary from media scrutiny.

Cast

Who's in the Vice movie cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Vice" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Christian Bale  as Dick Cheney
Amy Adams  as Lynne Vincent Cheney
Steve Carell  as Donald Rumsfeld
Sam Rockwell  as George W. Bush
Tyler Perry  as Colin Powell
Alison Pill  as Mary Cheney
Lily Rabe  as Liz Cheney
Jesse Plemons  as Kurt the narrator
Alex MacNicoll  as 17 Year Old Dick Cheney (as Alexander MacNicoll)
Cailee Spaeny  as 17 Year Old Lynne Vincent
Justin Kirk  as Scooter Libby
LisaGay Hamilton  as Condoleezza Rice
Eddie Marsan  as Paul Wolfowitz
Bill Camp  as Gerald Ford
Colyse Harger  as 5 Year Old Mary Cheney
Don McManus  as David Addington
Violet Hicks  as 8 Year Old Liz Cheney
Shea Whigham  as Wayne Vincent
Stephen Adly Guirgis  as George Tenet
Josh Latzer  as Secret Service Agent
Jeff Bosley  as Secret Service Agent
Jillian Armenante  as Karen Hughes
Matthew Jacobs  as Antonin Scalia
Paul Perri  as Trent Lott
Vishesh Chachra  as Secret Service Agent Robert
Brandon Sklenar  as Bobby Prentace
Sam Massaro  as Young Antonin Scalia
Fay Masterson  as Edna Vincent
Kirk Bovill  as Henry Kissinger
Melissa K. Marks  as Heather Poe
Chris Dougherty  as Philip Perry
John Hillner  as George Bush Sr.
Michael Reilly Burke  as David Gribbin
William Goldman  as Dennis Hastert
Tony Forsmark  as Grover Norquist
Adam Bartley  as Frank Luntz
Paul Yoo  as John Yoo
Brandon Firla  as Jay Bybee
Matt Champagne  as Douglas Feith
Joseph Beck  as Karl Rove
Tony Graham  as Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi
Alex Kingi  as Osama Bin Laden
David Fabrizio  as Lawrence Wilkerson
Mark Bramhall  as Harry Whittington
James Hornbeck  as Patrick Leahy
Camille James Harman  as Mary Matalin (as Camille Harman)
Robert L. Hughes  as Justice Warren E. Burger (as Robert Hughes)
Scott Christopher  as Marshal
Amir Malaklou  as Prisoner
Edward Fletcher  as Democratic Senator
Brian Chung  as Soldier by Tank (as Brian Woo Young Chung)
Kawa Mawlayee  as Soldier by Tank
Casey Sander  as Old Crew Member
Joe Sabatino  as Lineman Boss
Dan Gilvary  as Monotone Congressman
Stephen Friedrich  as Alan
Kyle S. More  as Roger Ailes (as Kyle More)
Robyn Wholey  as White House Tour Guide
Betsy Koch  as Kurt's Wife
Elliot Zetumer  as Kurt's Son
Brandon Bales  as CIA Agent
Brian Poth  as Secret Service Agent
Doug Simpson  as Campaign Manager
Scott Subiono  as Cheney's Doctor
Dennis LaValle  as Mayor
Al Carabello  as Aide
Treisa Gary  as Clerk
Grace Rowe  as Teacher
Staci Roberts Steele  as Theresa
Daniel Bruington  as Doug
Kevin Flood  as Richard Clarke (as Kevin J. Flood)
Michael A. Naggi  as Other Man
Melissa Schumacher  as Intelligence Officer
Delpaneaux Wills  as Intelligence Officer
Scott Alan Smith  as Intelligence Officer
Omid Zader  as Waterboard Translator
David Yahya  as Waterboard Translator (as David Daoud Yahya)
Karim Saleh  as Translator
Terri Cavanaugh  as Focus Group Leader
Stewart J. Zully  as Focus Group Participant
Ptolemy Slocum  as Focus Group Participant
Melody Hollis  as Focus Group Participant
Vanessa Cloke  as CIA Analyst
Matt Miller  as General
Holly Hawkins  as Katherine Armstrong
John Kellar  as Soldier
Dustin Green  as Soldier
Robert Loftin  as GW Doctor / Surgeon
Kevin Symons  as Male News Anchor
Stacie Greenwell  as Nurse
Amy Moorman  as Martha Raddatz

Release date

When is Vice movie release date?

"Vice" movie release date was scheduled to be on December 11, 2018 (Samuel Goldwyn Theater), on December 25, 2018 (United States), on January 25, 2019 (United Kingdom) and on February 21, 2019 (Germany, Hungary) distributing by Annapurna Pictures (North America), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (International), Annapurna Distribution, Aurum Films, Blitz Film & Video Distribution, Blitz Serbija, Cineforum, Cineplex, DCM Film Distribution, Digicine, Eagle Pictures, Entertainment One, Forum Film Poland, Forum Hungary, Golden Scene, Gulf Film, Hopscotch Films, Imagem Filmes, Latam Pictures, Longride, Mars Distribution, Movie Cloud, Odeon, SF Norge A/S, Star Films, Svensk Filmindustri (SF), Universum Film (UFA), Volga Film Ukraine, Zoca, 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, Ascot Elite Entertainment Group and NOS Audiovisuais.

Filming

What are Vice filming details?

The duration of the film is 132 minutes. With a budget of $60 million, the film grossed over $76.1 million.

"Vice" movie is rated "R", according to the MPAA film rating system.

Rating

What are critics and audiences saying about Vice movie?

"Vice" movie got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.2/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 65/100. The audience also kinda likes the film. Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "C+" on a scale ranging from A+ to F.

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