Mr. E. A. Greenlay

Helpful votes received on reviews: 69% (36 of 52)
Location: Leeds, UK.


Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,828,746 - Total Helpful Votes: 36 of 52
Doctor Who - Series 3 Vol. 3 [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ David Tennant
One of the things I dislike about the 'new' Doctor Who episodes is that forty five minutes is too short a time for a story. The best 'new' Who dramas are the two parters, where a story can unfold over ninety minutes; it feels less rushed and allows for deeper characterisation and plot lines.
'Blink' is the exception. A fantastic 45 minute episode; not too short. Great performance all round.
Doctor Who : Series 1 - Volume 4 [2005] [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Christopher Eccleston
Doctor Who : Series 1 - Volume 4 [2005] [DVD] DVD ~ Christopher Eccleston
4.0 out of 5 stars Bad Wolf., 25 Jun 2009
Along with 'Father's Day', 'Bad Wolf' is the best Chris Eccleston Who episode. Chris' performance is spot on here; I prefer it when he is serious and menacing rather than scatty and goofy.
The only caveat is the ending with the Doctor's crass speech about saving Rose. This is pure Americanized schlock and Russell T. Davies should be ashamed of himself for nearly spoiling what is otherwise a truly superb Doctor Who episode.
Other than deserving applause for resurrecting Doctor Who, Russell T. Davies should be shot for being a dreadful script writer. All the Who episodes he has penned are disappointing, cliched and pedestrian; apart form this one which is superb despite the bad… Read more
Doctor Who: Series 1 - Volume 3 [DVD] [2005] <b>DVD</b> ~ Christopher Eccleston
Doctor Who: Series 1 - Volume 3 [DVD] [2005] DVD ~ Christopher Eccleston
5.0 out of 5 stars 'Father's Day'., 25 Jun 2009
'Father's Day' is one of the best episodes from Chris Eccleston's stint as the Doctor.
This is genuinely emotionally affecting drama. I cried buckets!
Billie Piper is an excellent and under-rated actress, effortlessly natural and capable of conveying myriad emotions.
One to watch again and agian.