Mob City (2013)
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Bugsy reveals a plan that will transform the city. Bugsy uses violence to prove a point. The police force scours the city for leads. Jasmine struggles to stay out of harm's way.


Frank Darabont


Frank Darabont (created by), John Buntin (book) | 1 more credit »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jon Bernthal ... Joe Teague
Milo Ventimiglia ... Ned Stax
Neal McDonough ... William Parker
Alexa Davalos ... Jasmine Fontaine
Jeffrey DeMunn ... Hal Morrison
Robert Knepper ... Sid Rothman
Jeremy Luke ... Mickey Cohen
Gregory Itzin ... Mayor Fletcher Bowron (credit only)
Edward Burns ... Bugsy Siegel
Simon Pegg ... Hecky Nash
Jeremy Strong ... Mike Hendry
Richard Brake ... Terry
Iddo Goldberg ... Leslie Shermer
Dana Gould ... Tug Purcell
Mike Hagerty ... Fat Jack Bray


Captain William Parker's mob squad is first on the scene after two mobsters are gunned down in a restaurant. It turns out that the two were going to testify against their mob bosses and the Chief of Police tells Parker to back off. Never one to obey orders, Parker orders his men to round up up anyone with links to the mob and bring them in for questioning. When one them mentions photos, the penny drops - Hecky Green was blackmailing Bugsy Siegel because he had photos showing Siegel killing an underling. Joe Teague has a pretty good idea who the photographer is - his ex-wife Jasmine - but he's not the only one who thinks she might be involved. When they track down the waiter who tipped the mobsters about the stool pigeons being in the restaurant, they also have to protect him. Written by garykmcd

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Almost as good as Episode 1
2 February 2021 | by dewlover420See all my reviews

But not as well paced. Darabont's still directing, but not writing, and we lost Tattersall. Maybe better performances though, with definitely more for the actors to do, and we see more people.

Top tier ending though. Another slam bang surprise like Episode 1!

Frank Darabont is fantastic with short seasons of TV. 6 episodes works for him, and TWD would've been six per season if it were up to him.

I'm excited for Episode 4 simply because it means we're closer to the end. I wanna see the ending again, I forgot most of it.

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11 December 2013 (USA) See more »

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