Ep 201 Rise of the Planet of the Apes : Do You Expect Us To Talk?

Do You Expect Us To Talk returns with the recent incarnation of The Planet oft he Apes series. Rise is set in modern day as scientists attempt to create a cure for Alzheimer’s disease using apes as test subjects. When pharmaceutical chemist Will Rodman’s key subject is shot after a rampage, he’s left with her son (Caesar) who he takes home. As Caesar grows and becomes smarter as the years go by, Caesar questions his place in the word as the development of the cure takes on the form of a virus.

Join Becca, Dave, Chris and special guest Charlie as we discuss thoughts and feelings upon original release, the angriest man in the world. unhinged monkeys, the kid who plays Draco as a little shit again and James Franco’s ability to portray a scientist.

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Ep 200 Planet of the Apes (2001): Do You Expect Us To Talk?

Do You Expect Us To Talk? returns with our 200th episode and one of our shortest to boot. Tim Burton’s remake left us struggling to remember the plot – if there was one. Staring Marky Mark as the astronaut who follows to reclaim his monkey and finds himself on a mysterious planet rules by apes. Beyond that, we struggle to give you a better synopsis other than Tim Roth looks angry, Marky Mark looks confused smelling a fart and some weird ending no one knows what it’s about.

Join Becca, Dave, Chris and special guest Charlie as we discuss bouncing lasers, sexy looking apes, don’t let Helena Bonham Carter near your husbands, was the early 2000s a crap time for movies, how to break off your engagement and monkeys in space.

Charlie has his own website and a podcasts found at Critique Fantastique, please check it out and subscribe.

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Do You Expect Us To Talk Will Return with Rise of the Planet of the Apes