Doctor Who (1996) was a Film directed by Geoffrey Sax and produced by Matthew Jacobs and Peter V. Ware.
Doctor Who (2005) s03e10 – BlinkBy Andrew Wickliffe on Jul 21, 2020 From The Stop Button
Blink is apparently not a backdoor pilot to a ?Doctor Who? spin-off where recognizable cast?in this case Carey Mulligan on her way up?interacts with the world of Doctor Who without necessarily having to do a lot of scenes with David Tennant. Or Freema Agyeman, who?s second-billed but feels like she ... Read full article
Doctor Who (2005) s03e09 – The Family of BloodBy Andrew Wickliffe on Jul 20, 2020 From The Stop Button
So I thought this episode?wrapping up a two-parter about the Doctor (David Tennant) turning himself into a human so as to avoid some aliens who are hunting him and losing himself in early 1900s England?wasn?t going to get any worse after Tennant, having regained his memory and alien? superpowers (su... Read full article
Doctor Who (2005) s03e08 – Human NatureBy Andrew Wickliffe on Jul 18, 2020 From The Stop Button
I didn?t have a great feeling when I saw Paul Cornell with the writing credit but I forced myself to be hopeful. Plus, Charlie Palmer directing, surely it would be all right. What?s the worst Cornell would do, another overly melodramatic time waster? And, yes, he does do another overly melodramatic ... Read full article
Doctor Who (2005) s03e07 – 42By Andrew Wickliffe on Jul 16, 2020 From The Stop Button
There have to be TV shows where they unintentionally duplicate episodes. Soap operas, whatever. The same plot must get repeated. Unintentionally. Because it very obviously happens intentionally, such as with 42, which is a riff on a great two-parter from last season, only without anything similarly ... Read full article
Doctor Who (2005) s03e06 – The Lazarus ExperimentBy Andrew Wickliffe on Jul 14, 2020 From The Stop Button
What is this show?s problem with companions? mothers? We briefly met new companion Freema Agyeman?s mom, Adjoa Andoh, in the season premiere and she seemed fine. Nope. She?s possibly even more annoying than previous companion?s mom Camille Coduri, which doesn?t even seem possible, but the episode ma... Read full article
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