Do you expect us to talk? begins to wrap up it’s Marvel series with a commentary of Black Panther. As with most of our commentary tracks, Becca, Dave and Chris mostly talk about everything else but the film itself. However, we delve into why Peter Sellers is not in this, the similarities of the first act and a Bond film, T’Challa explaining the ending of Blade 2 to Erik Killmonger, the disappointing lack of female nudity and how your wife can end conflicts by being in a mood.
Do You Expect Us To Talk? continues with one of its biggest hits to date, Black Panther. Introducing Wakanda, a highly advanced African country blessed with Vibranium from a meteorite, is hidden away from the world. T’Challa is the newly appointed King following the death of his father, taking on the role of Wakanda’s protector, the Black Panther. T’Challa tracks black-market arms dealer Ulysses Klaue, wanted for stealing Vibranium technology. Unbeknownst to him, Klaue is working with Erik Killmonger, who is connected with T’Challa’s late father’s past that could jeopardise Wakanda’s and the worlds way of life.
Join Becca, Dave and Chris as we talk about Peter Sissons in The Pink Panther, how Chris doesn’t listen, the magic of Vibranium Becca tries not to mispronounce names and Tom Selleck’s moustache.
Do You Expect Us to Talk? returns with our review of Creed 2 to top up on our Rocky series as its current release. Creed 2 see’s Micheal B Jordans Adonis “Donnie” Creed recently the new heavyweight champion, when his fathers (and Rocky’s past raises its head in the form of Ivan Drago and his son who challenges him to regain a lost glory.
Join Becca, Dave and Chris as we discuss, why it should all end here, Dolph Lundgren not being shit this time, pretending Rocky 4 had some substance, who cried at what and how Brigitte Nielsen looks now…. spoiler… not great.
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.