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When it comes to pulling heists, Nick Atwater is a master. But when it comes to his family life he is not as successful. But there are far bigger problems ahead, will he and his team be able to make a clean getaway?
As a criminal mastermind, Braugher can do no wrong... It's doubtful, though, whether his skill can earn this bleak show a run longer than six episodes. The disappointing Thief represents a step back for FX.
The show would probably be too ponderous to enjoy if Braugher weren't an actor of tremendous restraint. His performance is about his potential energy and his scenes with Mae Whitman, who plays Tammi, have a fantastic tension.
This is all well done, and it's a great-looking production, but the weight of the drama keeps tugging toward a side plot about Braugher's 14-year-old stepdaughter... The growing suspense over the fate of this girl is a bit creepy.