Richard Armitage does “intense” well. Whether it’s playing the passionate lover, or the tough soldier who doesn’t suffer fools gladly, the henchman plotting the downfall of his mortal enemy or the spy troubled by memories of what might have been, he makes us believe. He truly seems to feel all the emotions–anger, desire, frustration, rage, sadness, yearning, melancholy–as he brings the characters to such vivid life. Even when it’s sometimes painful, we cannot seem to look away. He captivates us . . .