Doctor Who

    Movie » Doctor Who released on May 14, 1996.

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    Doctor Who last edited by kaneundertaker2 on 11/22/19 08:32AM View full history

    The Doctor is returning home to Gallifrey with the remains of his arch-nemesis, the Master. Forced off course, the TARDIS arrives in San Fancisco on New Year's Eve 1999, where the Doctor is critically wounded in a gangland gun battle. At the local hospital, Dr. Grace Holloway (Daphne Ashbrook) fights - and fails - to save his life.

    Later in the morgue, the Doctor wakes up a new man. But he is not the only one - the Master has also found himself a new body. As the clock counts down to the start of the new millennium, can the Doctor stop his oldest enemy destroying all life on earth.

    Plot (contains spoilers)

    The Master has been exterminated by the Daleks on Skaro and the 7th Doctor agrees to take him back to his home-planet Gallifrey in a locked box where the Master exists in a shapeless mucus like form. He manages to crash the TARDIS on New Year's Eve 1999 in San Francisco. When the Doctor emerges from the TARDIS in the middle of a gang war and get's shot, he's brought to the hospital by one of the gang-bangers called Chang Lee who consequently tries to steal his belongings.

    The resident surgeon Dr. Grace Holloway tries to save the Doctor but is actually instrumental in killing him. The Doctor regenerates in the morgue and emerges as the 8th Doctor. A side effect of the regeneration is that he loses his memory. Meanwhile the Master has taken physical form again by taking over the body of the ambulance driver called Bruce. His ultimate goal is to inhabit that of the Doctor's because he doesn't last long in human form.

    The Master takes control of the TARDIS and the Doctor finally remembers who he is and convinces Dr. Grace Holloway he is who he says he is. Together the prevent the Master's plan to destroy the Earth and keep him from taking over the Doctor's body. The Doctor says goodbye to his new found friends and sits down in the armchair in the TARDIS just as the world celebrates the new millennium. His last words, as the record player gets stuck in a groove again (it also did so at the beginning of the movie): "Oh no, not again!"



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    Doesn't even come close 0

    Let me first say that I'm a huge fan of the whole Doctor Who franchise. Whether it's the TV-series, movies, comics, books, audio-books anything and everything I devour. This movie, though I've seen it a couple of times, is hardly worth anything. The plot is weak, the characters are weak and it's just no good. You can tell it's from the 'Miami Vice' era of TV with drug dealers and shoulder-pads ruling the streets and to me it really feels like a very bad Miami Vice plot with some extra-dimension...

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