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Doc Martin - Series 6 2013 Subtitles

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Heās rigid, surly, tactless and self-centred but heās the only doctor in Portwenn. Even on his own wedding day, Dr Martin Ellingham cant raise a smile; but following a suitably disaster-filled honeymoon, he and Louisa must learn to live together, raise a child and manage both their careers as best they can. Itās a big adjustment for them especially Martin, unaccustomed as he is to clutter and noise.

Starring:
Ian Mcneice, Christopher Fairbank
Rental Formats:
DVD

Product Details

Discs
  • Feature ages_15_and_over
Runtime 8 hours 20 minutes
Starring Ian Mcneice, Christopher Fairbank, Felix Scott, Annabelle Apison, Jessica Ransom, Martin Clunes, Selina Cadell, John Marquez, Eileen Atkins, Caroline Catz, Joe Absolom
Director Nigel Cole
Genres Drama
Studio Acorn Media UK
Rental release 24 March 2014
Main languages English
Subtitles English

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By Aletheuon TOP 500 REVIEWER on 6 Feb. 2014
Format: DVD
This is the best series yet! The cast are so comfortable in their parts, and viewers are now so solidly familiar with the characters, that the writers can get away with having fun with them, with greater irony and a more strongly farcical element. The wedding and honeymoon were richly and humorously disastrous, and yet the love that poor, emotionally damaged Doc Martin feels for his long-suffering wife is touchingly obvious. Martin Clunes' performance is just wonderful as the irritating, overbearing doctor, with his inability to understand other people or to communicate what he so deeply feels. We can see why he loves Louisa - why she loves him is harder to fathom, but somehow, we love him, and the bunch of glorious eccentrics who surround him in Port Wen.
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This programme is so brilliantly written and acted by the Doc himself (love Martin Clunes anyway) but some characters not so believable or personable. I am biased because I loved Stewart Wright's portrayal of PC Mark Milo and was saddened by his leaving. Joe Penhale is not a patch on him unfortunately. I was very lucky to be staying in Port Isaac when series 5 was being filmed and met the lovely Doc himself - what a nice guy, also Joe Absolom and Ian McNiece also lovely guys. Unfortunately in that series there were a lot of errors with the Doc calling people by their wrong names; Norwenna's grandfather and the school caretaker to name a couple. We were due to be back in Port Isaac for series 6 but had to cancel due to unforseen circumstances and was afraid that would be the last series. Hopefully now we all know how that series ended there will be the opportunity for another as I never get tired of watching it. Think it pretty bad that series 6 was released in the USA before the UK however! All said and done, roll on Doc Martin from your biggest fan.
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By Mr. A. Whiteside TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 24 Jan. 2014
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The sixth series of Doc Martin was the best one since the excellent second series. I thought that the previous two series were good but not as good as the previous efforts. Apart from the first episode which descended into a bit of a farce, this was right at the top of it's game.

A bit more of Bert, not quite so much of PC Penhale, these were plus points and the acting was spot on as usual. Another good thing is the way the series ended which left the way open for a series seven and that can only be a bonus. The scenery was of course superb and you care about the character's and are keen to see how they progress. Doc Martin still has plenty of life in it yet.
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One of my favourite shows of all time, however the audio is extremely bad in parts as it sounds like they are talking in a huge metal pipe giving a metallic echo effect. Has anyone noticed this and do the DVD company intend to do a product recall?
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We've followed Doc Martin faithfully since Episode One, and this series (presumably the last) was a bit of a disappointment. In years past, the doc was blunt and impatient and it made sense because he was a fish out of water frustrated by village eccentricities after years of working in the big city. Now, he's just plain nasty, a rude jerk who in real life would earn a punch on the nose almost every time he opens his mouth. They had the balance about right in the early days, but seem to have lost their way lately. Or maybe the novelty has worn off for us...?
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I love Doc Martin. Have watched series 6 several times on TV but still wanted the DVD. This Dutch version is ok as if you want an English speaking version you just switch subtitles off. Good visual quality also. A good price too. Will get series 7 soon. I am looking forward to the latest series which I think will be in 2017. Just have to be patient.
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As much as I love the series, this one shows the plot lines completely losing their way. This series dragged on where the others galloped along at a great pace. I suppose it often happens with a popular and long-running series such as this one. hopefully if series seven is made, the plot and characters will have sorted themselves out
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Like many people I have followed this programme all the way, hopefully there may be more? The variety of different characters who may only appear on one episode keeps the plot on the boil. We all know about the Doc and he doesn't look like he will ever change and we all feel for Louisa having to put up with him. The supporting cast regulars are all brilliant too. As a retired police officer I do wonder how Joe Penrose got through training school! Add to this the Cornwall setting what's not to like?
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