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New Tricks - Series 10 2013 Subtitles

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The Met's Finest retired cops go further than ever before to ensure there is no such things as a case too cold! The Team travel to Gibraltar for a two-part story that takes them back to the Falkland's Conflict of the eighties. Brian Lane's past catches up with him and Sandra Pullman considers her next move after running the team for ten years.

Starring:
Denis Lawson, Dennis Waterman
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Discs
  • New Tricks - Series 10 - Disc 1 ages_15_and_over
  • New Tricks - Series 10 - Disc 2 ages_15_and_over
  • New Tricks - Series 10 - Disc 3 ages_15_and_over
Runtime 10 hours 15 minutes
Starring Denis Lawson, Dennis Waterman, Nicholas Lyndhurst, Tamzin Outhwaite, Alun Armstrong, Amanda Redman
Director Brian Grant
Genres Drama
Studio ACORN MEDIA UK LTD
Rental release 14 October 2013
Main languages English
Subtitles English

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I must say that before I opened the the case I read the Synopsis on the back and immediately thought well I guess this is the last one I will buy. I then sat and watched the first 2 part episode in Gilbralta and enjoyed the scenery but not the story. Certainly not up to par with past episodes. Into the second disk I was being slowly drawn in by the new characters and getting more interested in the show with its drastic changes to cast. When Sandra finally left and the Sasha showed up I was hopeful having seen her on another show (nothing like this a light comedy). By the last show I was wanting more and look forward to Series 11. It will be another year long wait I am afraid. For the oldtimers who have watched from the beginning there is much to miss as it was fresh, lively and totally unexpected with plots that more often than not told a rich story not related to the actual crime itself. History and events interwoven with a crime. It strayed away from that toward the end but gave us more back story into each character. They were humanized to the extent we are now feeling real loss at their departure. I hope that the writers if they are from the past will go back and re-read/watch earlier episodes and try to match the concept. If new do the same. The new actors along with Gerry (Dennis Waterman) appear to have a lot of potential and seem to have good chemistry together and I look forward to seeing them reach their so far undeveloped talents. I find quite a few of the reviewers a little harsh for saying Gerry has lost some of his hi-jinx. It is TEN YEARS later. Unless he was an imbecile he certainly would have done some "growing-up" and I hope that future episodes will develop the new characters into the team the old ones were.
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The formula remains the same, but it's like a comfortable old pair of shoes. The improbabilities are occasionally considerable (things are resolved just too easily at times), but the cast, both major and minor players, are invariably good and entertaining.

Aha, the cast. We go in one end with 3/4 of the originals and come out the other with 1/4. I find the new guy not as thoroughly entertaining as Brian - let's face it, Alun Armstrong's Brian "Memory" Lane is a comic creation right up there with Philip Glenister's marvellous Gene Hunt, so how does one follow an act like that? - and the new boss is too new to really get a feel for how it'll all develop. Coming to the end of the road? Past its use-by date? Perhaps - certainly there's sometimes a feeling that the formula has been pretty well worked out, but somehow different and often ingenious ideas come up. The collapse of Yugoslavia? The heritage of WW2 Italy? Anyway, still entertaining.
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By Brett H TOP 50 REVIEWER on 7 Oct. 2013
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Series 10 of New Tricks saw a sea change in this very successful and long running show which debuted as long ago as 2003 and has now run to 87 episodes. By the end of the series the only member of the original team still in UCOS was Jerry Standing (Dennis Waterman). Following the departure of Jack Halford (James Bolam) at the beginning of the last series, it was time to bid a fond farewell to both Brian Lane (Alun Armstrong) and DS Sandra Pulman (Amanda Redman), Brian fairly early on in the series and Sandra in Episode 8.

The cases this time round were quite varied. We start off with a two part story set in Gibralter, which is unusual for New Tricks which has rarely strayed far from its London home in the past. This was a puzzling cold case in which two killings separated by sixteen years were apparently linked. Brian had been getting himself into trouble and there are signs that his days in UCOS were numbered. The change of scenery seemed to suit the team who seemed to excel with the more exotic surroundings. However, the rest of the episodes were back in London, and I would say the stories were a lot more interesting and coherent than, perhaps those in Series 9 when apparently the cast took it on themselves to rewrite some of the scripts!

So how did the new boys and girl get on? Steve McAndrew (Denis Lawson), Jack Halford's replacement, seems to have really settled in with the team now and appears comfortable in the role. However, I was particularly impressed with Dan Griffin, Brian's replacement, played by Nicholas Lyndhurst who is probably best known for his role in Only Fools and Horses. From his appearance in Episode 5, when the team are investigating a murder case from 1980's Soho, he seemed to be a natural for UCOS. This was an inspired piece of casting.
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I have been watching this series from the beginning and have enjoyed them all. I have recommended it to friends as I feel most people would like this show. Nice to see older stars.
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This is one of the finest modern day series the BBC has ever done. The casting cannot be faulted. I was concerned about the new characters, as I had become familiar with the FAB FOUR, BUT i THINK THE NEW CASTINGS ARE EXCELLENT.
The storyline has left me wondering whether Brian and Esther will find a new interest and open a Detective Agency together. WATCH THIS SPACE.
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I just can't get my head around some of the negative reviews that I've read here about the changes this series has undertaken in the last year or so.

Do these doom merchants really believe that a programme cannot survive and prosper with multiple cast changes? New Tricks' ratings and audience appreciation are, on average, just as high as they've ever been, a long running TV show needs refreshing every now and then and the idea that the original four should go on indefinitely and that the programme will suffer because new faces arrive is just ludicrous

One of the reviewers above actually calls for the BBC to scrap the series. Why? Because you don't like it? Well no one is forcing you to watch but to call for the cancellation of the show that is still the BBC's most successful drama ever and still entertaining millions seems a tad selfish.

Denis Lawson, of course was already established before this series and he has already become my daughter's favourite character but this series has seen Nicholas Lyndhurst join the cast and a what a great piece of inspired casting it was. He's fitted in well and uses left field mind games to discomfort suspects and bears only a superficial similarity to Brian in the fact that both are very clever men indeed.

Tamsin Outhwaite has only appeared in two episodes but I did find myself accepting her immediately and can see the show going to new places and areas with her.

The most fascinating aspect was seeing how Gerry adapted to the new characters and it's interesting that the writers anticipated some viewer opposition to them at the start and had Gerry effectively speak for the audience in his dislike of them.
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