Do You Expect Us To Talk? returns with the third Captain America fil Civil War. When a tragedy occurs during a mission, Secretary of State, Ross puts forward the Sokovia accords that will hold the Avengers under the orders of UN. Steve and Tony are in a disagreement that is likely to split the team. Meanwhile, Bucky is framed for a terrorist attack at the UN headquarters complicating matters further. Loyalties split the Avengers as both sides fight for what they believe is the right thing. Oh…. and Black Panther and Spider-Man make an appearance.
Join Becca, Dave and Chris as we talk about how the film manages to have everyone in it, the quality of the American accent of Tim from The Office, regional establishment music cues, the quality of CCTV in the middle of nowhere and how well this film finds time for everything and also post show masturbation.
Do You Expect Us To Talk? Returns back to Marvel as we take the second Avengers film, Age of Ultron. The plot sees the team finish off Hydra as they finish making experiments on twins providing them with abilities. Tony foresees the destruction of the world along with the team, the “endgame” if you will. Tony now wanting to preserve the safety of the world creates the ultimate AI failsafe, Ultron. Little did he know that Ultron would draw to the conclusion that humanity needs to be wrapped out. Now it’s up to the team to clean up and save humanity.
Join Becca, Dave and Chris as we discuss expectations diminished, Tony Stark never really learning anything, romances coming out of nowhere, wasted potentials, three year wait for teases crap characters from GTA,
Finally…… DO YOU EXPECT US TO TALK IS BACK…… sorry for the delay folks. what did we miss? Anyway, we’re picking up where we left off with Marvel’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier. This sees Steve Rodgers, now living in a modern world struggling to find what’s right and wrong, as Shield appears to be up to some crooked shit. Meanwhile, the mysterious assassin Winter Soldier seems to have a familiar resemblance.
Join Becca, Chris and Dave as we discuss Chris’s hot take on Robert Redford, somehow making this episode one of the filthiest episode yet (guess we needed to get it out of our system), why do we think the world cup is important, Sam Jackson’s light-saber, wasted potentials, Jim Dale, and of course… how could you not talk about Captain America: The Winter Soldier without talking about…. Carry On Columbus.
So as we reach the end of phase one of the Marvel cinematic universe, Do You Expect Us To Talk? hit the big team-up The Avengers. When Loki shows up and steals the tesseract to summon an alien invasion. SHIELD must summon Tony Stark and Bruce Banner to join with Captian America and Black Widow and later Hawkeye after he’s recovered from his concussion, to join forces and fight an epic battle in the centre of Manhattan.
Join Becca, Chris and Dave as we don’t discuss the 1960’s TV show, Sean Connery in a teddy bear outfit, the length of time Thor looks at his hammer, blue beams of light in the sky and why Chris Hemsworth should be Bond.
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?