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'The Art of More' on Crackle might leave a viewer caring less

'The Art of More' on Crackle might leave a viewer caring less

If you somehow are not getting enough Donald Trump this fall, you can catch Dennis Quaid doing a quasi-impression of the bumptious presidential candidate in a new drama, "The Art of More." Premiering in its 10-episode entirety Thursday on Crackle (the Web-based home of Jerry Seinfeld's "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee") and requiring no subscription fee, it's a story of New York auctioneers and the black market in art.

Well produced and not unwatchable — you can take that as strictly as you like — the show centers on Graham (formerly Tommy) Connor (Christian Cooke), who grew up working class in Brooklyn, joined the Army, went to Iraq, got involved in...

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