Boardwalk Empire Review: Out Damn Spot

As fans of Boardwalk Empire, we are often made to feel for characters despite their criminal and violent behavior. It is a testament to actors like Stephen Graham, who from scene to scene are able to go from pathological to paternal. They both entertain and endear us to their charges.

In the opening moments of "William Wilson" we saw Al Capone walk up and murder a Chicago Policeman in broad daylight. The next time we saw Al, he was hustling around to make Torrio comfortable. Instead of despising Al, we were moved by the pain in his voice, as he recounted to his boss how his brother had been killed.  Read More...


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