Ep 153 Mission: Impossible – Fallout: Do You Expect Us To Talk?

Do You Expect Us to Talk? returns with the end of our all too short Mission Impossible series, with probably the best in the series. Fallout sees Ethan pushed to the limits as his ethics results in three nuclear devices in the hands of The Apostles (formally The Syndicate). Ethan, now under the watchful eye of the CIA, must now do what he can to obtain the nuclear cores, although this may prove to be more complex and push Ethan to the limits of what he will do to get the mission done.

Join Becca, Dave and Chris as we discuss if this is the best in the series (spoiler… it is), CGI moustaches, making this up as we go, we really hear Dave’s Attenborough impression this time, interesting places to put a camera and will Tom Cruise ever age.

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Ep 152 Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation: Do You Expect Us To Talk?

Do You Expect Us To Talk? returns as we come close to the end of our Mission Impossible journey with Rogue Nation. As Ethan Hunt is on the case of a mysterious organisation called the Syndicate and reveals them as real. However, as the Syndicate gets the upper hand, IMF gets closed down by the the CIA. On the run, hunted by his own country, Ethan must prove the Syndicate’s existence and stop them from obtaining the ability to free rein across the world, while reviving the IMF in the process.

Join Becca, Dave and Chris as we discuss Dave’s David Attenborough impression, Jeremy Brent, Rebecca Ferguson and her classic movie star look, all the Bond vibes, creepy Sean Harris, opening with your high point and Nessun dorma.

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Ep 151 Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol: Do You Expect Us To Talk?

Do You Expect Us To Talk? returns with the 4th Mission: Impossible film as the series goes to great heights. When an IMF agent is killed, leaving nuclear launch codes in the wrong hands, Ethan and his new team are on the case to find who wants to buy them. After the team are set up, ending in the destruction of the Kremlin, the IMF are blamed and disavowed, leaving Ethan and the remainder of the team to prevent nuclear war on their own without back up or support.

Join Becca, Dave and Chris as we discuss the potential for a new intro/tagline, a series truly finding its feet, the new Dirk Benedict, is Jeremy Renner a leading man, the Pixar influence and watching French lesbian drama for the art.

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Ep 59 Star Trek Into Darkness Commentary : Do You Expect Us To Talk?

 

The penultimate episode has arrived… before we finish our Star Trek journey in our rankings episode, we all sit around the TV with Charlie and watch the masterpiece that is Star Trek Into Darkness (insert sarcasm)

Is it a part Netflix part BluRay watch as we talk all over what turns out to be the most redundant Star Trek film. Join us as we talk about Spock’s hair, Kirks method of fixing stuff, how none of it makes sense and how we wish we’d listened to the fans and watched the 2009 Star Trek instead.

Charlie has his own website and podcast called Movie Drone, please check it out and subscribe.

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Ep 57 Star Trek Beyond : Do You Expect Us To Talk?

This is it… the last stop in your Star Trek journey and we now end with the latest of the reboots, Star Trek Beyond. Possibly coming at the time where the appetite for this movie franchise is fading due to Into Darkness sucking and Discovery coming out. The new crew had to celebrate its 50th anniversary with hopefully a decent film. Did they manage it?

Join Becca, Dave, Chris and guest Charlie as look this installment and wonder if Into Darkness is now written out of existence, do we need to see the Enterprise get destroyed again, is it still cool to like The Beasty Boys and what is Simon Pegg’s obsession with the word “lassy”?

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Ep 56 Star Trek Into Darkness: Do You Expect Us To Talk?

 

The Starship DYEUTT reachs what is the probally the worst revived films in the franchise according to Star Trek fans. While we enjoyed ourselves while shaking our heads at the stupidity of last week, this we week strach our heads as the cracks of stupid begin to revieal itselfs even more. As Kirk gets the ship taken off of him only to get the ship back litually 5 minetes afterwards (a flippent guess but probably not far off), Kirk gets orders from Robocop a attack mission to kill Khan.. I mean John Harrison in a film that ivolves people frozen in missals and magic blood.

Join Becca, Dave, Chris and guest Charlie Brigdon as we review a film that get everything wrong. I this episode we disscuss, who is Cumberbach actually playing, who thought keeping the identaly of the villien a secret was a good idea, how this effects the overall story or delvepment of any of the characters at all, why did Alice Eve need to be in this film and how Chris Pine likes to fix stuff.

 

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Ep 55 Star Trek : Do You Expect Us To Talk?

On the last strech of our Star Trek Jorney, the USS Do You Expect Us to Talk reachs the reboots. Star Wars fan JJ Abrams takes us back to Jim Kirk on his first adventure on board the Enterprise with a diffrent twist. This time the timeline has been disrupted by a Romulian ship from the future and a new timeline starts.

As ever as it’s Star Trek. Becca, Dave and Chris are joined by Charlie as we bitch and complain about a film we find gets everything wrong but somehow we all enjoy and like. Listen as we talk about Roberto OrciAlex Kurtzman’s finer works, lense flare, the Kobayashi Maru again and why are Kirk and Spock such dicks in this.

Charlie has his own website and podcast called Films on Wax, please check it out and subscribe.

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Please send us an email at expectustotalk@gmail.com to give us any feedback or add your own thoughts on Star Trek or any other film series you’d like us to cover.

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The Worlds End

 

So now the final instalment of the cornetto trilogy is upon us. I say trilogy, they’re a three completely different films directed by Edgar Wright and starring Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and ice cream. Ever since Shaun of the Dead became the internally beloved classic that it is, Hot Fuzz has trailed behind it as an extremely cleaver and funny take on the american action movie it was in the end uneven. So after their take on horror and action, now we have Sci-Fi in the form of the The World End. Pegg stars as Gary King, an unlikable 40 something, unable to move on from his teenage life. In an effort to reclaim that crown of glory, he finds his old friends from school to re-attempt the Golden Mile. A pub crawl that consists of twelve pints in twelve pubs that the five friends never did finish all those years ago. As you’d expect things don’t go to plan, what with an alien invasion and all that but they’ll be damned if that will stop them from completing the challenge.

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At worst, The Worlds Ends feels like a film  made on obligation, made purely because of public demand.  However as far as obligations go, it is pretty excellent stuff. Consistently funny through out, it never fails to entertain with fine drunken banter from a fantastic supporting cast such as Martian Freeman, Eddie Marsan and Paddy Considine holding their own with the best of them. Of course Wright and co make this more than just a comedy, the action set pieces are so incredibly well executed that they wouldn’t seem out-of-place in a Jackie Chan film. You have to give it credit for going down an unexpected dark path that in the end relays more acting and character devilment rather than hitting and running. Considine could be called the third lead as tis long-lost romance with Oliver’s (Freeman) sister Sam (Rosamund Pike) gets a second chance and is a real testament to his acting abilities, with the limited screen time he has gives you everything you need to root for just by giving a gazing look as Gary tries to steal that glory away for his own selfish needs. The real heart of the story belongs to Pegg and Frost as always. With the roles reversed slightly with Pegg playing the fool and Frost as the straight man, their relationship is the most fractured to start with which of course as the drink flow more and more, their old bond starts to repair itself.

 

Shaun of the Dead was always a hard act to follow Shaun being a stable favourite all these years but the Wright, Pegg and Frost have somehow managed it. In some ways Worlds Ends finds more simulates with the RomZomCom than with Fuzz however never quite achieved that warm heart that made everyone fall in love with it. That’s not to say that there isn’t one at all, it’s just a darker and more cynical this time around..