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why so much change,bring back tennant and davis,
This review is from: Doctor Who - Series 5, Volume 4 [DVD] (DVD)
i have never enjoy sci fi in any from,shows like star trek and doctor who have always annoyed me,but when i seen a bit of david tennant as doctor who i ended up buying all 3 of his series and loved every episode.when i head he was leaving i was all ready to hate whoever took over and amazingly matt smith made it very easy,with annoying hair and a big nose and geeky smile he just has the total wrong look.he lacks humour and energy that tennant had,and when i recently met him with james corden while filming for series 6 he seems amazingly lovely but being nice does not really justify being a lead role in a tv show.maybe a tiny bit of make up and he could have been a bad guy on doctor who but a serious mistake making him the doctor.thankfully james corden will be returning in at least 1 episode of series 6 or else that would have flopped even more than series 5 did.thankfully amy pond is the 2nd best companion after rose tyler so its worth watching series 5 even just for her.although this programme would have done a better job making her the doctor as theres nothing that says there cant be a female doctor who and shes much more entertaining. if this was not filmed in cardiff the best city ever i would not be watching a second of this tripe,oh and this series totally ruins the title sequence,the inside of the tardis and the weeping angels,yet another reason they should have stopped after 4 series.talk about if it aint broke dont fix it ....
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Initial post: 18 Apr 2011 19:00:20 BDT
Last edited by the author on 18 Apr 2011 19:02:55 BDT
I do not understand, the above comments regarding Matt Smith vis-a-vis David Tennant. To me, both played the part with equal energy, and from the point of view of humour, David Tennant's Doctor did not bring much humour to the part, whereas Matt Smith's Doctor brings a huge amount of humour to the part. David Tennant's Doctor had the annoying habit of spending too much time gritting his teeth.
In reply to an earlier post on 18 Apr 2011 20:53:37 BDT
Mr. R. G. Redmond says:
Posted on 27 Apr 2011 17:33:09 BDT
Last edited by the author on 24 Sep 2011 17:50:13 BDT
You know, one point that's never been addressed in any of your numerous copies of your doctor who reviews (As far as I know) is this. If you don't enjoy sci-fi, what are you even doing watching Dr. Who? Naturally, though, the comment you'll post in reply is going to be hilariously irrelevant and mocking, so don't attempt to demoralise me - I've been desensitized to the low-grade quality of your so-called "comebacks" already.
In reply to an earlier post on 28 Apr 2011 00:34:36 BDT
Mr. R. G. Redmond says:
In reply to an earlier post on 19 Jun 2011 09:42:05 BDT
Last edited by the author on 12 Feb 2012 17:11:21 GMT
"it appears people just cant seem to shut their mouths ,let people have their opinionsand go have normal lives without thinking their better thansomeone by having a different opinion."
This coming from the guy who, in a previous review, called people idiots just because they don't use Xbox Live and instead choose to use Fallout 3's Game Of The Year Edition's second disk for DLC. And on another of his Doctor Who reviews, he called everyone who likes the new series an idiot and treated his own opinion as a concrete fact. That right there is the dictionary definition of HYPOCRITE.
You call us out on being unable to shut up and think our opinions are better than anyone else, while at the same time acting all defensive about your actually rather nitpicky and attention whorish reviews and coming up with nothing but flimsy excuses and ad hominem attacks to try and back yourself up. Hypocrisy at it's finest, and, well...I expected a hilariously incomprehensible response and I got one!
Posted on 17 Feb 2012 19:13:45 GMT
Yeah, because an emotional and extremely well written finale just isn't good enough. Remember the fantastic time when David Tennant flushed the Daleks down what looked like a toilet bowl, or when he became a magical glowing, flying...err...thing. Let us not forget the time when the Daleks oddly rotated, resembling a fairground ride. They're kind of unlucky when you think about it.
Posted on 19 Feb 2012 10:40:41 GMT
If you're going to copy/paste the same comment against all Matt Smith releases (which you have done), can you please make sure it's at least checked for spelling and grammar? Oh, and you're completely wrong about Matt Smith as well.
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