Do you expect us to talk returns to Bond in a commentary of You Only Live Twice. Before we move on to another series we’ll make a quick pit stop with Batman as well before moving onto superhero soundtracks.
This commentary features more talk on bourbons, should 007 be hairy, what a pointless character Kissy is, should The Rock be in a Bond film and Dave’s crushes over Miss Moneypenny.
Good evening ladies and gentalman.. we’re tonight’s entertainment. Do you expect us to talk delves into what is considered to be the best Batman film and possibly the best comic book movie. Nolan follows up Batman Begins with an epic crime drama where Batman looks to a new district attorney Harvey Dent to take over as Gotham’s saviour of hope. That’s until the Joker turns up to throw a spanner in the works by adding a bit of anarchy.
Join Becca, Chris and Dave as we delve into Bruce Enterprises, where Katie Holmes went to, why would Two Face shoot himself, is this really the best comic book movie and still no mention of Leslie Nelson.
Welcome, Batfans… This work we go back to the drawing board with fantastic results. Christopher Nolan directed the origin of the Dark Knight himself in Batman Begins. When a young Bruce Wayne witnesses the death of his parents, he flees Gotham to understand the criminal mind. There he is trained to fight crime by becoming a more than a man in the eyes of his enemies. As he cleans up Gotham, a mysterious plot is uncovered that would destroy the city and an old friend returns from the shadows.
Listen to Becca, Chris and Dave as we discuss Ken Watanabe’s Irish origins, Liam Nesson dick jokes, Becca’s crush on Christian Bale, when should an actor remove a mole and what does Leslie Nielsen has to do with the film.
Good evening Batfans… Do you expect us to talk returns to Batman and over the top hammy acting and performances made of cardboard. The first Batman film by Joel Schumacher that features Jim Carrey on drugs and Tommy Lee Jones in a completely different film. Val Kilmer is the new caped crusader who looks like he’d rather be somewhere else, takes on Two-Face and The Riddler while giving a troubled newly orphaned acrobat a home as he comes to terms with his own identity.
Join Becca, Chris and Dave as we discuss rubber nibbles, how Jim Carrey ruins the film, dated special FX, Two Face’s dining experiace, Nicole Kidman’s hard on for Batman, and how useless Robin is.
Good evening Batfans… Batman returns in…. well… Batman Returns. Starring a very pouty Micheal Keaton, an erratic Michelle Pfeiffer, a pervy Danny De Vito and Christopher Walken as Jack Skellington Scissorhands set in a Tim Burton snowglobe with a story makes less sense the more you look at it.
Join Becca, Chris and Dave as we discuss Chris breaking the law, Superman apologising for stuff, is this a Batman movie or a Tim Burton movie, what Penguins motives are, the best tag line ever and how easy Batman finds everything.
Well hello bat fans, Do You Expect Us To Talk returns with the biggest film of 1989. Batman. Directed by Tim Burton, Batman see’s the origin of the Joker and his reign of terror on Gotham city. After he releases poisonous toxins into cleaning and beauty products, Batman must put a stop to him while coming to grips with his own demons.
Join Becca, Chris and Dave as we look back at the bat-mania that hit the end of the 80’s and we discuss the importance of Billy Dee Williams’s role, the madness of Sean Young, not Steve Guttenberg, Becca’s level of enjoyment saying “Top Men”, one arm push ups and of course.. that Prince soundtrack.
Holy shark attack Batfans.. Do You Expect Us To Talk has returned with another series. Not long coming off the Superman film, It’s time the team take on his fellow DC counterpart, Batman. We start off with the dark and gritty spin-off from the 1960’s tv show starring Adam West and Burt Ward. Gotham City (Not at all California) has been hit with the villainous group of Penguin, Joker, Catwoman and Riddler as they plan to kidnap not the united nations. Can the caped crusader and the boy wonder save the day?
Join Becca, Chris and Dave as we sit through the film and chat about things such as other brands of shark repellant, how Batman is government funded, slow-moving torpedoes, the Bat Computer doing all the detective work, how little plot there really is, how the villains plan to take over the world really won’t work and what is the correct way to get rid of a bomb.
Ding Ding… The final round has begun as we reach Creed. Adonis “Johnson” Creed, Apolo’s son from an extramarital lover, tries to follow in his dad’s footsteps to become a professional boxer. Leaving his comfortable desk job behind he travels to Philadelphia to meet Apolo’s old friend and rival Rocky to persuade him to train. Adonis finds himself in a match with the Light Heavyweight Champion but must also fight his inner demons and conflict of who he is can he live up to his father’s legacy.
Join Becca, Chris and Dave as we talk about how great Stallone is, could this be the best in the series, what parts of the movie made us cry, Chris’s scouse accent, Lisa Bonet and how Stallone doesn’t get modern technology.
Ding Ding.. Do You Expect Us To Talk reaches the penultimate round in the Rocky series. Thought of as the final film for some time, Rocky Balboa sees Rocky enjoying the quiet life away from the boxing world. Now with his wife Adrien passed away, the former champion is now running a restaurant in his hometown of Philadelphia named after his wife. In a time of uninspiring fighters, the current heavyweight champion, Mason ‘The Line’ Dixon is blasted for only being a champion after not fighting any real competitors. After a computer simulation of the two fighters gets broadcast on TV predicts a win for Rocky, the public and promoters get curious about a real match.
Join Becca, Chris and Dave as we discuss was Stallone really too old for this shit, whatever happened to Marie, 1960s computer technology, who gives a shit about Steps, which one of us cried at this film and why Ceaser is an arsehole in this and Paulie isn’t?