talky

[taw-kee]
adjective, talkier, talkiest.
1.
having or containing superfluous or purposeless talk, conversation, or dialogue, especially so as to impede action or progress: a talky play that bored the audience.
2.
inclined to talk a great deal; talkative.

Origin:
1835–45; talk + -y1

talkiness, noun
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talky (ˈtɔːkɪ)
 
adj , talkier, talkiest
containing too much dialogue or inconsequential talk: a talky novel

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Example sentences
It's a typically nervy performance that pumps adrenaline into what is
  essentially a talky moral debate.
It is also at times excruciatingly earnest and as pedantically talky as a
  meeting of a high school debating society.
Yet the film never turns into a series of talky set pieces.
But it also internalizes a lot of the pretentiousness of said colleges and is
  far too talky and self-serious for its own good.
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