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Brian Tallerico
btallerico
Brian is the Editor of RogerEbert.com, President of the Chicago Film Critics Association, and a contributor to Vulture, Rolling Stone, and The New York Times.
Jul 8 2019
396

Unless things have changed since the early 2000s, the guy with the restraints is an actual Chicago cop. Which explains his struggle to put a white person in handcuffs.

Apr 8 2019
89

You’re gonna hurt people's feelings

Apr 7 2019
28

“Do you think they just have Rob Huebel on speed dial? This was his eighth time voicing a different character. He’s always a welcome voice in a supporting role.” Read more

Feb 25 2019
174

No, but we can point out that you don’t have a sense of humor. Read more

Jan 17 2019
3

I enjoyed it.  It got a lot of the aesthetic feel of the comic right, and the characterizations felt spot on.  Killer soundtrack

Jan 17 2019
5

I’ve mostly enjoyed the comic book series, and I’m interested to see the show tackle the headier parts of it. I think the cast is pretty good. Lana Condor and María Gabriela de Faría, in particular, are the easy stars of the show. I hope it eases off the “edgey” approach a bit, but I’m not looking for high art Read more

Jan 17 2019
14

Most of the reviews have been pointing out that it doesn’t get beyond dumb, glossy-looking fun in subsequent episodes either. And you know what? I have space in my brain for non-cerebral stuff like that as well. Loved the pilot and am excited for what comes next. Should it get smarter down the line, it’ll only be an Read more