The battle for Atlantic City has begun and Nucky’s hotel suite is the first theater of war.
I hate to say that Boardwalk Empire is a much better show when it is doing simple and familiar gangster stories that involve lots of blood and guns, but it certainly seems that way right now. http://www.tv.com/news/boardwalk-empire-two-imposters-review-wa more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Two Imposters," the November 25 episode of HBO's "Boardwalk Empire," in which Nucky goes on the run and Gillian gets some houseguests. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/review-boardwalk-empire-two-impos more
Nucky barely had enough time to clear Owen's body from his foyer before the fight came to his doorstep. With only one episode remaining in Season 3, " Two Imposters " spent a lot of time setting the stage for the finale, but there certainly were some grea more
I really hope the two people pictured above are gone for good when this season of Boardwalk Empire comes to an end. *Fingers crossed* On to this week’s episode . . . Although I’ve struggled a bit as a viewer with this season of Boardwalk Empir more
After finally adjusting to Atlantic City without Jimmy Darmody, this week’s episode of Boardwalk Empire reminded me of my one pet peeve with the series – so many characters based on real life people. Without divulging too much, the show’s more
It feels like Boardwalk Empire is thrusting people into tricky circumstances and partnerships with tensions already pretty high. No one trusts each other, but they all know the stakes: Adjust and prepare, or end up in a box.
Boardwalk Empire finally turned the trick: It brought just about all of its narrative threads under the roof of a single episode during this hour. It also doubled-down on the narrative and editing "gotcha" device that I hated earlier this season, and it f more