0:13 Foreshadowing of the end of time?
I love how the movie intro had both a classic and revival feel to it
For all its flaws – and there are a few – I still prefer this movie, with its darker tone and style, over New Who. This FELT like a continuation of Old Who, which is something I've never gotten with the new series. Maybe it's just me, but I wish this pilot had succeeded and we'd got more of the 8th Doctor in this Gothic format. (And by the way, the TARDIS looked utterly cool. I loved the new design!)
Star Trek discovery
I think the movie is my guilty pleasere. – It's horribly written, and Master's performence is really bad, but it's a lot of fun, and it looks pretty good on blu ray
It's not even that bad guys, c'mon
Loved Paul magan as the doctor and TV movie was better than a lot of people say it is they should bring Paul magan back for multi doctor story with Jodie Whitaker
On eBay, this costs $160. WHAT THE HELL???
0:00 doctor:Oh no i pooped XD
Am I the only one who loves this movie, different yes but different doesn't mean bad, the use of Madam Butterfly and the sad reality of the 7th doctor dying on his own on an operating table was heartbreaking! And silly sexy Paul 😛
I have been watching this on VHS for the longest time.
Will think more about trying to own this version than the DVD because I missed my chance a couple years ago when I saw Doctor Who: The Movie by itself during the season of Christmas as per the winter holidays instead I now own my copies of the story Horror At Fang Rock and the special The Snowmen but I could still get the combo pack that featured him along with the previous three doctors
So is this for only a UK release or will this come out in America as well?
What's the music?
Is this really happening?
it the film available in Canada
I think in some ways one thing that is very overlooked about this film is that in a sense it provided a little bit of a blueprint for the modern era of Doctor Who. It was shot on film with lots of location work, had a bigger budget with good SFX, and had a very cinematic feel (including the sense of scale in the Tardis). And of course we had a Doctor that got to kiss a girl and be seen as romantic. If anything this showed that Doctor Who could be made in a more modern way, a world way from the old series of the late 80's from before the hiatus, shot on video to a lower budget with creaky indoor sets, an episodic serial format that didn't always work so well in terms of pace, and some very stilted acting from the non-leads. In a sense, modern Doctor Who as we know it had it's genesis right here in The Movie.
this trailer is amazing it actually made me buy the movie (not the blue-ray though)
I remember when I saw this on TV. I remember thinking yes, the Doctor is back! Then having a very embarrassing adult feminine reaction to the sight of Paul McGann's handsome Doctor. Not good as I was sitting next to my then husband.😃
😭😭😭😭😭😭 misse u doctor who
0:18 Chimes of Midnight anyone?
I WANT MORE OF THE EIGHTH DOCTOR!!!!!!!!!!!! The good Doctor.
Literally, I watched this movie almost everyday on my TV: SyFy, but seeing it advertised on Blu-Ray is even better. I definitely want one.
The movie wasn't nearly disastrous as it could be, but several things could have used a light slap behind the head of the writer and designer, such as the plotholes involving the daleks and the master (but I recognize the master's plan was really fiting like the classic Doctor Who plot) and the design of the tardis was TERRIBLE. Someone though it was what, a haunted mansion time machine? Dried leaves and bats inside a stone-cold atrium as the time vortex? And the doctor was a wee bit underplayed, but the actor was perfect. I look forward for a doctor who movie DONE PROPERLY in the future. Come on, we have the technology!
You should make an Doctor Who Spin Off called ¨Doctor Who: The Time War¨ where Paul McGain is playing the 8th Doctor and we get to see what he went trough and then later on John Hurt (or the actor who played the Young War Doctor) can play the War Doctor after the 8th Doctor dies in the crash and the continue the series until the War Doctor got to the point where was thinking of destroying Gallifrey as its in the 50th Anniversary Episode.
is this just UK release or does US also get it at the same time?
Paul mcgann was a great doctor. especially in the short ep. he did for the 50th
I assume this will be full 1080p Bluray?
I wonder if anyone will actually buy this today? The sort of people who would spend £20 on a TV Movie Blu-Ray are also the sort of people who know it's not actually in Blu-Ray quality.
Doctor Who on Blu-ray, other breaking news: water wet.Does anyone actually buy blu-ray?Good box art though.
I remember mostly enjoying it on the night, and finding it pretty damn bad when I rewatched it a year ago. Such a shame. Eight deserved (and deserves) better. Seven too – my favourite of the classic Doctors.
Ah, the Movie that Must Not Be Named
what even…. why?
i think it is really bad. but just because they've made a stupid mistake… The movie didn't have any time travel. it was time this… time that… but nothing really time related.
ahhh my bæ paul
So this is cropped AND upscaled?
i want!!! r they selling it again!!!!
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