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Let's try her out as a companion first and see what happens. If its magic, and it will be, give her a spin-off. :)
1 hour, 30 minutes ago on Davison Wants To See Doctor’s Daughter Spin-Off
Am I the only one that found Nick Frost's performance boring and annoying? :(
2 days, 21 hours ago on Best of 2014 Awards: The Winners (Part 1)
@TardisBoy! Aww! Thanks. Didn't think anyone on here would find it. :)
3 days, 2 hours ago on Weird and Wonderful
@DWTV is No Thrills DWTV That's going to hurt a lot of Danny fans.
5 days, 22 hours ago on Best of 2014 Awards #15: Outstanding Debut
Nope. I'm not doing this. I can't do this. I'm not voting.
As much as I enjoyed Series Eight, I feel five has had the only enjoyable (for me) Moffat final, so I had to vote five.
6 days, 22 hours ago on Best of 2014 Awards #14: Moffat Series
A female director AND writer this series? We've been spoiled! :)
1 week ago on Blink Director for Series 9
Well I know what is going to win this even if I feel that it doesn't deserve it. (I hate that story like I've never hated anything before.) But for me, Mummy on the Orient Express was by far the best. :)
1 week ago on Best of 2014 Awards #13: TV Story
Has to be Deep Breath's. "Well then, here we go again." It just feels and sounds (beautiful piece of music!) right. Very cinematic and wonderful.
1 week, 1 day ago on Best of 2014 Awards #12: Pre-Title Sequence
Very easy for me. Jamie Mathieson produced the most unique and interesting and fun scripts.
1 week, 2 days ago on Best of 2014 Awards #11: Writer
@Antee991166 Because McGann was cheated out of a television series, and is such a wonderful Doctor, deserves to get as much Limelight as he can before it's too late. Any excuse to bring him back for me. ANY. Heck I'd even support a degeneration just for him.
1 week, 3 days ago on Speculating on Series 9’s Big Cliffhanger (Part 2)
@whovian101 That's so incredibly "oh my dear lords, we've opened Pandora's box", I kind of want to see that happen. I don't know whether I'd be livid, or excited. It's so unspeakable, so horrible (to Capaldi fans, like myself) that it would almost be fantastic.
@Malohkeh @Huknar I've not touched Six's audios yet. Finishing Eight first.
1 week, 4 days ago on Russell T Davies Interested in Writing A Doctor Who Movie
@Malohkeh @Huknar Well the beauty about adaption is that they can adjust the stories to be more suitable. Hence why even Zagreus could work. (I'd love to see a beautiful cinematic sequence as the Doctor recites that wonderful poem.)
Twelve could even be the lead, featuring Eleven, Ten and Eight as the non-doctors respectively.
Timothy Dalton as Rassilon.
Some story compression and adjustments (pre-title sequence could be the containment of the anti-time explosion, as if the Doctor just was at the end of one great adventure, like The Doctor, The Widow and the TARDIS..)
And Idris could come back as the TARDIS's manifestation.
I seriously think, with some adjustments, it could be the most fabulous, most amazing screen adaption we could see yet.
@Malohkeh @Huknar I think Chimes, as awesome as it was, would be a bit boring as a movie. Seasons of Fear (with some adjustments) and Embrace the Darkness could be very beautiful cinema episodes.
@Malohkeh But it's sooooo good. :(
@The Finn, Agent of SPECTRE @Trillian Well I think 75 minutes is bit on the lower end of movie length. I'd like to think any Doctor Who movie would be 90 at least.
I think an adaption of the 40th Anniversary audio story, Zagreus, could be wonderful to behold in a movie with today's budget and effects.
As long as it's cannon, I'm game. Oh, and it should totally star Paul McGann as The Eighth Doctor.
@The MasterDoctor That's a load of rubbish. Unnoticeable music is bad music.
1 week, 6 days ago on Best of 2014 Awards #9: Music
@TardisBoy! I hope he includes more of those Mass Effect elements you can hear in a handful of tracks. Specifically in [h]ttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XcFoT-nSQzU&index=12&list=PLb9XW2wucuwuhyxZwKAjHpzBxTGqLiY6B and Song for Four.
@The Finn, Agent of SPECTRE @supermoff @ilyootha, agent of C.L.A.R.A. @ Notsosmartguy It's an air cannon. :)
1 week, 6 days ago on Sciencey Wiencey: Flatline
@The Whoniversal Man I was kind of expecting and hoping it would be February/March. :(
@TheCyberDoctor @supermoff @KingoftheOod4450 I hate how they excluded the really great bit in "Never Tell Me The Rules" at the beginning.
@nocealvento I love This Is How It Ends. It is such an uplifting track, oddly.
@ElyotWren For me, I only really know the music after listening to the soundtracks a few times. Then I start to retain them. There are a few occasions though that then pieces are so oustanding I remember immediately.
@The Whoniversal Man "Hello, Hello, rubbish robots from the dawn of time." His theme is just so, so good. It cuts out all the whimsical stuff I didn't like in I am the Doctor and just gets straight to the point. Total badassary.
@Aspiring Lion I'm so damn hyped for the soundtrack release. A clean, complete and whole version of Twelve's theme. I hope it's as long as I am the Doctor/Majestic Tale.
@ Notsosmartguy @KingoftheOod4450 No way. The 2009 specials did! Series 4 is also pretty amazing.
@ Notsosmartguy @The Lazy Cat is in a Hugging Mood Majestic Tale of a Madman in a Box was already very reminiscent of Suicide Mission. Love is a Promise is a shamefully beautiful clone.
This is tricky. It's either Death in Heaven or Deep Breath. Deep Breath gave us the plainly fabulous new Doctor theme, plus another track which isn't, but many thought would have been the theme instead. It also had the beautiful melody during the "Here we go again" moment and it used the unused Theme for Four for Eleven's last goodbye, which I dare say was a better, more fitting goodbye track than Infinite Potential. We were treated to that riveting, mysterious, bonkers piece as well after Missy makes her first appearance. Oh, and who can forget the sad notes that play as the Doctor translates the dinosaur. :(
But Death in Heaven had the gem that played when the Doctor fell from the sky (I seriously hope the soundtrack has an extended version.), the breathtaking mesh of Twelve's theme and The Majestic Tale of a Madman in a box for Love is Promise. There were a handful of other tracks too but I don't actually recall any others.
Yeah, Deep Breath it has to be. Twelve's theme is just too awesome in that moment.
@The Finn, Agent of SPECTRE I should point out it has been used a handful of times before that episode. It's not exclusive to Flatline. It is part of Twelve's theme.
@Ivegotkidneys @The Finn, Agent of SPECTRE @Huknar @Browncoat of arms But to me, single part finals just don't work very well. Name of the Doctor and The Wedding of River Song are two of my least favourite finals, ever. You just need that two or three part story to send the series out with a beautiful bang, giving you enough time to wrap up questions and arcs from the series, while being both exciting and bombastic.
2 weeks, 1 day ago on Toby Whithouse Two-parter Confirmed for Series 9
@The Finn, Agent of SPECTRE @Huknar @Browncoat of arms Oh of course. I forgot about that briefly. However, that was planned a long time ago, he might have changed his mind since, but it gives me a lot of hope.
@Browncoat of arms @The Finn, Agent of SPECTRE It better end with one as well. Finals NEED two parts. They just do.
*Cries happily in a corner.*
@Antee991166 @Planet of the Deaf And history really would be repeating itself. It already got dangerously close with the changes to the Doctor. Fortunately, they have been very well received.
2 weeks, 4 days ago on 9 Predictions for Doctor Who Series 9…
I would probably switch one and three. Otherwise, I agree with all of these! Especially loved the daleks coming out of the sphere. As if things weren't bad enough they introduce four daleks!
2 weeks, 5 days ago on New Who’s Best Cliffhangers (Part 2)
I wanted to say Gus because he was beautifully played, and very menacing, and Missy lost a lot of her evilness when she gave the Doctor her army, and let him defeat her, but she did kill Osgood, tried to kill Kate and was pretty damn evil. I had to choose here naturally.
2 weeks, 5 days ago on Best of 2014 Awards #5: Best Villain
@TardisBoy! Almost forgot about that one. There are just so many good cliffhangers!
2 weeks, 5 days ago on New Who’s Best Cliffhangers (Part 1)
@supermoff @Huknar @the Ultimate Notsosmartguy @MariaDobrushina @SeanBennion I hope Timothy returns to play him again. He was so good in the role!
@supermoff @Huknar I still think it's too wishy washy.
@the Ultimate Notsosmartguy @Huknar @MariaDobrushina @SeanBennion Final Days. Enough said. :)
@supermoff @Huknar Ah yes. After the fifth re-watch I finally understood how that worked, it made 100% sense. The TARDIS was exploding at every moment in history. The Pandorica light restores everything it touches. Flying the Pandorica light into the explosion means light at every single moment of history, restoring everything as if nothing happened.
However, I still have not been able to work out how the Doctor came back. That annoys me.
@MariaDobrushina @SeanBennion I would say that, but then we have Turn Left, The Stolen Earth and The Sound of Drums. They are all so good I cannot put them up against another!
@supermoff Personally, I fail to see how a paradox is any more satisfying than pressing buttons or a godly Rose. It's a good cliffhanger, but I definitely cannot agree that it was resolved intelligently.
Unfortunately for me, I saw a concept image of the Doctor trapped in the Pandorica published before the episode aired, so that was spoiled for me.
@TheNightmareChild, lone agent It's definitely a shame because it sure was what a cliffhanger should be. "I just have no idea, not a single, little tiny inkling about how on earth this is going to be resolved." The final was already depressing and hopeless and it just dips to an all time, thematic low here. Incredible television, truly.
@MrRazza has drezzzed for the occasion And the Hungry Earth is seriously one of the worst cliff hangers! Underplayed and understated. The episode abruptly ends. The Doctor and Nasreen discover there is an underground city of Silurians. (Something I expect the majority assumed at the start!) No dramatic music. No terrified faces. Just the boring title theme that is far too happy to ever make a satisfying cliffhanger.
@MrRazza has drezzzed for the occasion Wedding? I think you mean A Good Man Goes to War.
Turn Left and Silence in the Library are two of my all time favourite cliffhangers. Would have put them much higher. Silence in the Library FEELS like a cliffhanger. Everyone is in peril, faces aghast, the music and the two lines"Donna noble has left the library, Donna noble has been saved" - From a node-headed Donna (implying, without foreknowledge, her death)
"Hey who turned out the lights" - From the Vashta Nerada who had eaten Dave and activated those dreadful brain-wave emulating devices.
And that beautiful, beautiful title squeal and following middle eight. Seriously, you cannot get any better than that.
And Turn Left is just incredible. The episode was the calm before the storm, the cliffhanger was the storm hitting, and the trailer, oh goodness that trailer! Exhilarating television. Just seriously, seriously good.
Rise of the Cybermen was a pretty damn good cliffhanger too. One of the few times I've felt true peril and "how the heck are getting out of this one!"