#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – When obstetrician Martin Bamford learns that his wife has been unfaithful to him with all three of his best mates, he decides to leave London for a short while to clear his head and decide what to do next. He heads to the village of Port Isaac in Cornwall where he had spent some time as a boy. He’s a bit of an oddity in the village and some at least suspect he may be there for no good reason. He soon makes friends and finds himself working on a fishing boat and enjoying a somewhat carefree life. Someone in the village is distributing poison pen letters of a sort with messages or photos stuck inside jellies that people find on their doorstep. Soon, some of the villagers point the finger at Martin who thinks those accusing him are daft.
Plot: Doc Martin tells the tale of Martin Clunes’ character in the film, in the months leading up to the Saving Grace story. Martin Bamford is a heart-broken London obstetrician, in a jealous rage after he finds out that his wife has been sleeping with three of his buddies. He escapes to a small Cornish fishing village, which he grows surprisingly attached to, and is extremely reluctant to return with his cheating wife when she comes to pick him up. Although he has only been looking for a week’s R & R, Dr Bamford stumbles across a network of secrets in the village of Port Isaac, and finds himself embroiled in the most exciting scandal the village has seen for centuries.
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Now I know what I have always hated Jello!
My uncle recently recommended I see the British show “Doc Martin”. Well, his suggestions aren’t usually too bad, so I decided to start at the beginning–or at least what I thought was the beginning. It turns out this character had first appeared in the Craig Ferguson film “Saving Grace”–though I didn’t know it until after I saw “Doc Martin”. So guess what is next on my Netflix queue?
As for this film, I have been warned that the character is not exactly the same one from the later television series. It’s played by the same actor (Martin Clunes) and he’s got the same name, but I have been warned that the stories aren’t exactly the same in the movies that preceded the TV show. That often happens when movies are later adapted to a TV series, though after seeing “Doc Martin”, I cannot imagine changing it very much because the film was nearly perfect!
The film begins in London. Dr. Martin is a successful obstetrician and s satisfied with his life. However, he’s blissfully unaware that his wife is cheating on him…with several men! When he discovers, he takes off for Cornwall. After all, as a child he’d visited there and found it very relaxing–and he certainly needs to relax and clear his head.
What happens next is very strange and one of the subplots involves a strange person who leaves jello* molds on people’s doorsteps with nasty and incriminating photos buried within them! There is much more to it than this…but it’s probably best you just see it for yourself.
So why did I like “Doc Martin” so much? Well, the writing was just lovely and the story really made you care about the doctor and this strange little town full of interesting characters. Additionally, the direction and acting were also nice. It’s a gentle meandering sort of film–and one that seemed very charming and made me want to see more.
See it, because you’ll love it
This is a really sympathetic movie and it startles me to see how little people have voted for it yet. It is a funny story with really sympathetic characters. It is located in a beautiful village in Cornwall, where a mystery lady disclosures everybody’s secrets. A friendly doctor from London arrives and gets involved. As he learns to know the villagers, they start to grow on him. A lot of them are strange in a very funny way. After I saw it, I felt like I had met real people. I promise you you’ll love it too. There is a sequel, but thats not half as nice.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 30 min (90 min)
Director Ben Bolt
Writer Craig Ferguson (based on characters created for the film “Saving Grace” created by), Mark Crowdy (based on characters created for the film “Saving Grace” created by), Simon Mayle
Actors Martin Clunes, Dominic Rowan, Richard Dillane, Oliver Fox
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Sound Mix Stereo
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