Do You Expect Us To Talk? returns with the last of the Spider-Man series and a top up on the Marvel Cinematic Universe. After losing his mentor Tony Stark, Peter Parker goes on a school vacation in Europe. It’s interrupted however when Nick Fury seeks his help to team up with Quentin Beck. Claiming to come from a different dimension, arriving on this universe to stop Elementals who destroy his world. But is Beck all as he appears to be?
Join Becca, Dave, Chris for our fifth anniversary show, as we discuss Ainsley Harriott, Alan Partridge quotes, the British obsession with weather it doesn’t have, Dave makes love to the New Batman Trailer, have we reached Marvel fatigue and is Peter Parker’s friend Ned a bellend?
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Do You Expect Us To Talk Will Return with a Live and Let Die commentary.
Do You Expect Us To Talk? returns with the homecoming of Marvels most popular character, Spider-Man. Peter Parker now after his experience with the Avengers returns to New York eager to stop crime in his new suit. Sadly inexperienced while seemingly ignored by Stark and Happy Hogan, Peter can’t quite get to grips with fighting crime and school life. Meanwhile, Adrian Toomes and his team of disgruntled workers have taken up a life of crime, stealing Chitauri technology and creating their own weapons to sell.
Join Becca, Dave and Chris as we discuss, who is the best Spiderman/Peter Parker, why it isn’t Tobey Maguire, Dave slaughters sacred cows, that mate you had/have who is just a bellend, Micheal Keaton being great, 80’s highschool vibes and Uncle Ben’s rice.
Do You Expect Us to Talk? enters phase 2 of the Marvel cinematic universe with the third Iron Man film. Tony is experiencing PTS and is affecting his personal life. All the while a mysterious terrorist called the Mandarin stakes the world with a series of bombings, Tony’s past comes back to haunt him once again.
Join Becca, Chris and Dave as we discuss what is it with Shane Black and Christmas, was the Mandarin twist a good call, the 90’s, why this film undermines Tony as a character and how good an actor Chase from 24 is?
Do You Expect Us To Talk? is back with Tony as plot devices that don’t quite gel together as it makes it running bid towards Avengers. Tony now a celebrity superhero has successfully privities world peace. Unforcatntly he’s on borrowed time as his power source is slowly poisoning him. In a race to complete his father’s work that may actually save his life. However, Tony’s fathers past comes back to haunt him while the government and a rival competitor are attempting to obtain what is his.
Join Becce, Chris and Dave as we discuss why Tony Stark is such a dick in this? The wasted potential of Sam Rockwell? Is this film really ruined by setting up The Avengers? Blood toxicity levels and did Tony really piss in his suit?
Do You Expect Us To Talk? is back to move on to the longest series since Bond. We finally begin to take on the might of Marvel that started its expanded universe ten years ago and still going strong. We start with the film that started it all and brought Robert Downey Jr a new crack of stardom. Iron Man sees eccentric playboy arms maker Tony Stark, get captured by terrorists using his own weapons. Waking up with a magnet on his chest drawing fragments away from his heart, he’s ordered to make more weapons while being held hostage in a cave, Stark decides to fight back building his own suit to escape. With a new found aspect of his life and the weight of responsibility, Stark takes his company in a new direction to rout of the evil within his company while working on a new suit.
Join Becca, Chris and Dave as we discuss the rise of Downey Jr career, where Gwyneth Paltrow had been prior to this film, Jon Favreau’s directing style, Jeff Bridges, cheeseburgers, is this film better than its remembered and disappointing last acts.