Dave Bond and myself return to conclude our review of the summer movies of 2019. This episode we recap from part one and discuss the recent news such as Disney losing Spider-Man. Join us as we discuss why Toy Story 4 should not have happened, was X-Men: Dark Phoenix really that bad, have we yet to see a truly great Spider-Man film, Disney live action remakes The Lion King and Aladdin, why Good Boys is the funniest film this year, Angel has Fallen being surprisingly good and was there any need for Men In Black: International?
Do You Expect Us To Talk returns with part 2 of Kill Bill. Taking a more experimental approach this time around, Volume 2 continues the tale of revenge that sees the Bride kill her way through to Bill, although Bill is the only person she kills in this film (Spoiler alert, fun fact). We also see a flashback to her training with a kung fu master.
Join Becca, Chris and Dave as we discuss is this the weakest Tarantino film, can one dig out of a grave, Micheal Madsen being a Bullseye contestant, disappointing endings, some Spanish guy and how Tarantino really doesn’t understand Superman.
Do You Expect Us To Talk Will Return with Death Proof
So here we are, at the end of the summer cycle of films and yet here we are with a look back with my fellow co-host of Do You Expect Us to Talk, Dave Bond. In what is the fourth concessive appearance on the show, we ramble through the summer releases and try to remember what we thought about films we saw months ago.
These include movies such as Logan, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2, Wonder Woman, Spider-Man Homecoming, War of the Planet of the Apes, Baby Driver, Alien Covenant, Dunkirk, Detriot, Atomic Blonde and much, much, much more.
Sit back and enjoy this three and a half hour podcast that goes through the highs and lows of the ever increasing list of summer films and possibly go against popular opinion while trying to figure out what the hell goes through Michel Bays head