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     Saturday, April 01 2006 @ 03:13 PM EST
    [Quote  by:  MikeD]
    [Quote  by:  tarashnat] And of course Dalek Empire III!

    I know he's in that (and some others) but I've only listed things that I've seen or heard.

    Just mentioning it because I enjoyed it, and David's performance in it. Issue six of the Big Finish Magazine (a subscriber extra, which I found a copy of on Ebay) has an interview with Mr. Tennant about his Big Finish roles.

    Taras

    Daleks don't accept apologies! YOU WILL BE EXTERMINATED!
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     Wednesday, April 05 2006 @ 07:57 AM EDT
    When I first heard Chris Ecclestone was going to play the doctor I just couldn't see him in the role. But he was one of my all time favourite actors and knew he'd pull it off great.

    Shallow Grave was one of his first biggest roles, he played a great neurotic guy in it (but he had one of the mosr dodgiest Scottish accents ever - not as bad as the Australian guy who sne feedback for the podcasts though Laughing Out Loud !!!).

    I never saw his final episode in Cracker - but he apparently had half the country crying infront of their screens.

    He's the strongest, he's the quickest, he's the best..... "Yorkshire is a state of mind"
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     Wednesday, April 05 2006 @ 07:58 AM EDT
    Sorry for the double post - I posted twice and can't seem to delete this. DOH! Oops!

    He's the strongest, he's the quickest, he's the best..... "Yorkshire is a state of mind"
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     Thursday, April 06 2006 @ 04:59 PM EDT

    Found 28 Days Later and Elizabeth for $10 each on DVD in the Union Square Virgin Megastore in NYC.

    Taras

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     Thursday, April 06 2006 @ 05:20 PM EDT
    [Quote  by:  tarashnat]
    Found 28 Days Later and Elizabeth for $10 each on DVD in the Union Square Virgin Megastore in NYC.

    Taras


    Great find! Both are very differnt but also good films.

    Mike

    "There are some corners of the universe which have bred the most terrible things. Things which act against everything we believe in. They must be fought."
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     Thursday, April 06 2006 @ 05:26 PM EDT

    I TiVo-ed 28 Days Later, but I ended up with Tomcats. What's that all about? Well, my network connection was out (for the TiVo) for a few days, so I guess the listings weren't updated...

    Taras

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     Monday, April 17 2006 @ 05:07 AM EDT

    The movie, Shallow Grave (1995) with Christopher Eccleston and Ewan McGregor will be the Independent Film Channel (IFC) at 8:15pm (EDT) on Saturday, April 22nd.

    I haven't seen this yet, so I will be TiVo'ing it.


    Cheers,
    Louis

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     Monday, April 17 2006 @ 07:49 AM EDT
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    I can't believe I'd forgotten about this one...

    Years ago, BBC Scotland transmitted a series called Rab C Nesbitt all about a loud-mouthed, unemployed, alcoholic, disfunctional Glaswegian and his family (no - honest - it was a comedy).

    Rab (short for Robert) was a pretty horrible but quite funny anti-hero and always used to get his come-uppance in every episode. In the second series Rab and his pals are lusting over the thought of the new barmaid - Davina - who's started working in the local pub and are all planning to try to pull her. It's only later on in the episode (and to the horror of the lads) that you find out that "Davina" is actually a transvestite barman, played by...










    I remember it because, after this episode Davina became a semi-regular character on the show and although remaining in drag for the rest of the series, no-one ever made any reference to it again and always treated Davina as one of the lads.

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     Saturday, May 13 2006 @ 11:48 PM EDT

    As I type this, I am watching Christopher Eccleston on IFC in the movie, Elizabeth.

    I did see Shallow Grave as I mentioned in my previous post (last month) and it was interesting to see CE ten years younger in it... as well as along side of Ewan McGregor. But it is not a movie you want to see over an over again.

    Cheers,
    Louis

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     Thursday, May 25 2006 @ 10:42 PM EDT
    Christopher Eccleston played Nicky in the gritty
    drama "Our Friends in the North" along with
    Daniel "james bond" Craig and Gina "Forsythe Saga" McKee. This BBC series was excellent, if somewhat
    depressing. With brilliant performances from all,
    particularly Chris.

    In the kingdom of the blind, the one-eyed are Kings
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     Saturday, August 04 2007 @ 12:05 AM EDT
    An update to the David Tennant in the 4th Harry Potter movie:

    I bought the DVD not long after it came out and thought I had watched it, only to find out the only scene I watched was at the end. Of course that was because I knew he was there.

    I keep hearing Ken or Louis talking about how he's only at the end of the movie in the "transformation" scene, but he also appears at the beginning of the movie as well. Right at 3 minutes into the movie he steps into the scene where the old man is walking up the hall and overhears Voldemorts plans.

    He has longer hair in that scene and, if memory serves, he looks more like the Doctor at the end of the movie. Probably that scene was filmed around the time the series was taping.


    Edit: Just finished the movie and he popped up about 15 minutes in and again about 1:45 in. Was an interesting change from seeing him in the TARDIS.

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     Saturday, August 04 2007 @ 02:20 AM EDT
    [Quote  by:  Louis]
    I have seen Christopher Eccleston in the movie 28 Days Later. An interesting film also in the science fiction genre, though his role in it is vastly different than the Doctor. But that was part of the reason he wanted to play the Doctor because it was so different from his previous work and he wanted to prove he could pull it off. Which he did.

    Cheers,
    Louis


    what part? i can't remember...............

    "Eliminate all other factors, and the one which remains must be the truth."
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     Saturday, August 04 2007 @ 02:23 AM EDT
    I'm surprised no-one's mentioned Davids "Who-Audition" in Casanova. Or is that too obvious?
    Sadly, I missed all but the last episode which, incidentally, made me cry like a big girl.

    On a related note Paul McGann's excellent series The Monocled Mutineer is being released on R2 DVD on 20th August.
    From Amazon.co.uk: "Based on the novel by William Allison and John Fairley, this drama tells the story of a World War One mutiny which took place at the Etaples Training Camp in northern France in 1917 on the eve of the Passchendaele battle."
    Paul plays the main character Percy Topliss. The show was very controversial at the time and has never been repeated (as far as I am aware) or released on video. I remember watching it at the time and being very impressed.


    Bollocks...sir.
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     Saturday, August 04 2007 @ 12:22 PM EDT
    [Quote  by:  jafo] ...

    I keep hearing Ken or Louis talking about how he's only at the end of the movie in the "transformation" scene, but he also appears at the beginning of the movie as well. Right at 3 minutes into the movie he steps into the scene where the old man is walking up the hall and overhears Voldemorts plans.
    ...


    Yep, I did see the earlier seen with him in it as well. It was just that scene and the one at the end really... All in all, he was hardly in it really.

    Cheers,
    Louis

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     Saturday, August 04 2007 @ 12:25 PM EDT
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    [Quote  by:  Louis]
    I have seen Christopher Eccleston in the movie 28 Days Later. An interesting film also in the science fiction genre, though his role in it is vastly different than the Doctor. But that was part of the reason he wanted to play the Doctor because it was so different from his previous work and he wanted to prove he could pull it off. Which he did.

    Cheers,
    Louis


    what part? i can't remember...............


    It's been too long now since I saw the movie to recall his name. But he played the military commander type (no, I don't think it was a brigadier, perhaps a colonel). I am sure he is listed in imdb.com on the film's listing. I am too lazy to look it up now.

    Cheers,
    Louis

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