Critic Consensus: The Art of More is in need of more: more logic, more solid character development, and more interesting serialized narrative.
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as Samuel Brukner
as Graham Connor
as Roxanna Whitman
as Arthur Davenport
as Richard Swift
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The Art of More... is high on production values but low on basic believability with its discombobulated tale of two very amoral New York art auction houses.
Yet in the age of "too much TV," it would stand to reason Crackle needs to bring better offerings than this if it wants people to pay attention.
Christian Cooke's former soldier, Graham Connor, is ostensibly our guide into this rarefied world, but he's more of a smartass writer's concept of a character than a real person.
The drama behind such a lucrative setting is intriguing enough to get our attention. Too bad the writers don't trust themselves, forcing in ridiculous story lines about mobsters and post-traumatic stress. Now streaming on crackle.com
Unfortunately, the show... doesn't offer enough in the way of artful writing, and isn't quite smart enough to serve as Crackle's breakthrough.
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