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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the BEST Time Lords!!!
FANTASTIC...

as i will keep saying. Matt Smith possibly my favorite time lord of all time.
just fantastic to see him bring this character to life. action. comedy. and suspense.

Fantastic way to open the season. can't fault it. LLOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE!
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3.0 out of 5 stars A Mixed Bag
Doctor Who Series 6 was Matt Smith's second series in the role of the Doctor, and also Steven Moffat's second series as head writer, and it is around Series 6 Part 2 that his writing begins to get worse. This does not hold the series down though as it is a great series and I still enjoyed it. The Sixth Series is a continuation from Series 5 and I advise buying that series...
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3.0 out of 5 stars A Mixed Bag, 1 April 2014
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Doctor Who Series 6 was Matt Smith's second series in the role of the Doctor, and also Steven Moffat's second series as head writer, and it is around Series 6 Part 2 that his writing begins to get worse. This does not hold the series down though as it is a great series and I still enjoyed it. The Sixth Series is a continuation from Series 5 and I advise buying that series before buying this one.

This Series comprises of 14 Episodes, the first being the Christmas Special, 'A Christmas Carol,' which is personally my second favourite Christmas story Matt Smith has done, The Doctor The Widow & The Wardrobe being last on that list.

A Christmas Carol - Amy Pond and Rory Williams are trapped on a crashing space liner, and the only way the Eleventh Doctor can rescue them is to save the soul of a lonely old miser. But is Kazran Sardick, the richest man in Sardicktown, beyond redemption? And what is lurking in the fogs of Christmas Eve? This is a lighthearted story with amazing writing and goodly written characters, and some scenery in this story really makes the Doctor look like an authoritative figure, and most certainly a Time Lord. However, the story is not perfect and there are a few plot holes here and there, that are never explained. I also have a problem with the villain of this story, a massive shark that can swim through air. While this concept is pretty interesting and the CGI is definitely good, it is very underused and could of been better, and it's one of the weakest villains of Series 6 (though it later befriends the characters later on in the story.)

The Impossible Astronaut / Day of the Moon - Amy Pond, Rory Williams, River Song and the Eleventh Doctor receive a mysterious summons that takes them on an adventure to 21st century Utah and Florida in 1969. Beside Lake Silencio, an impossible astronaut arrives from the lake and shoots the Doctor. This is the first two part story of Series 6 and an effective series opener. Moffat really knows how to write creepy villains, examples being the Empty Child and The Silence from this story. However, this story is pretty flawed and though the opener to Part 2 is action packed, it makes no sense at all. Why did they have to pretend that they were hunting the Doctor and his friends, why build the perfect prison, why treat them as enemies. Surely if the Doctor is working with the President then there is no need at all for this and this is even referenced later in the story at NASA when the President tells them in person that the Doctor is working with him. This is still a neat story and much more serious than the Series Opener for Series 3 and Series 4.

The Curse of the Black Spot - The TARDIS is marooned onboard a 17th century pirate ship whose crew is being attacked by a mysterious and beautiful sea creature. Becalmed and beset by cabin fever, the pirates have numerous superstitious explanations for the Siren’s appearance. This is a pretty bland episode and seems to only be here as filler. I did not feel intrigued by this story at all and half way through, boredom had made me forget this story was even set on a Pirate Ship. Many moments in this story only exist as Plot Pieces, such as Clara in Series 7, and aside from that, hardly develop any further. Why is Avery's son polishing his medallion coincidentally at the same time as the Doctor explains it comes from reflections? So the character's have a reason to move the plot ahead. A shameful episode that I do not recommend.

The Doctor's Wife - The Eleventh Doctor receives a message from an old Time Lord friend. The message brings him, Rory Williams and Amy Pond to another universe where they meet an alien named House. Meanwhile, the TARDIS is transferred into a Woman's body. This is where the series starts to get good, and this is my favourite story from Series 6 Part 1. In this story, The Eleventh Doctor and the TARDIS have a great on-screen chemistry and though the Ood is a nice reference, it really was not needed. The backgrounds in this story are amazing and I love the reference to the War Games, in the form of Hypercubes.

The Rebel Flesh / The Almost People - The Eleventh Doctor, Amy Pond and Rory Williams visit an acid-mining factory. A solar storm hits the factory, turning the workers' gangers into self-aware individuals. The Doctor must mediate between the original workers and their rebellious gangers, who are trapped in argument that Gangers are people. The first part of this story is an enjoyable romp and sets up the guidelines pretty well. The concept is interesting and the visual effects are amazing, especially the make up on the Ganger's Faces. I love the concept of the conspiracy, but it all goes downhill in the second part. Basically, Part 2 feels like an unfinished draft, and the writing has took a drastic change. Jennifer's personality changes from scene to scene and she gives herself away with almost every sentence. There are plot holes everywhere, including the scene where Rory must activate the machinery because it doesn't work with Gangers. If the people there are that stupid not to program that feature, then they really deserve to die.

A Good Man Goes to War - Finishing off Series 6 Part 1, we have the enjoyable battle of Demon's Run. On the asteroid Demon's Run, Amy Pond has given birth. But the villainous Madame Kovarian and the religious order of the silence are waiting to make a collection that tears Amy's world apart. Across the galaxy, the Eleventh Doctor and Rory Williams are assembling an army to fight the battle that lies ahead, whilst in Stormcage, River Song prepares to escape for what may be the last time. For this is the battle of Demon's Run. On this day, the Doctor will rise higher than ever and fall so much further, and finally, this is the day he discovers who River Song is... This story allows us to see how Moffat views the Doctor, and it is great to see character's from Matt's era return, even if some appearances don't make much sense to be there. The writing is superb and Madame Kovarian is truly evil if she can pull off the exact same plan twice. The plot twist about River was really predictable by this point in the show and it did not really have that much of an impact on me.

Let's Kill Hitler - Offending German Fans across the world, we have the opening story to Series 6 Part 2, and boy is it terrible. Hijacked at gunpoint, the TARDIS crash-lands in 1930s Berlin. The Eleventh Doctor comes face to face with the greatest war criminal in all of history — and Hitler. To save the life of one dear to him, the Doctor must teach his adversaries that time travel has responsibilities — and learns a hard lesson in the cruellest warfare of all. This story decides to answer the question of who River Song is again, for some reason, and was apparently Amy and Rory's childhood friend, Mels, which is a terrible name by the way. Why did we need to know this? Yes, it gives us a good insight to Amy and Rory's relationship over the years, but she is literally a plot piece for the Doctor to arrive in Berlin. She hardly gets any lines and is poorly written, she was only there for River to be introduced. Now we are in Berlin, we meet the Tesselecta, little people in robot humans, with plans to punish big time criminals for their..... Well, crimes, obviously..... These people are also poorly written, and I just lowered my head when they talked to the Doctor about responsibility. If they didn't bother to check the date WHILE transferring Hitler, then they have no right at all to take about it. 7 years early, that is all I will say.

Night Terrors - Despite the out of place title, this is my most favourite story of the series, and that is because of the Peg Dolls, Life in Plastic may be fantastic, but in this case, I'd rather pass. The Eleventh Doctor receives a distress call, bringing him, Amy Pond and Rory Williams to Earth. George is a young boy terrorised by the monsters in his cupboard. Are they imaginary, or are they real? Though the story takes a long time to start, it gets on pretty well and the Doctor and Alex are a great double act. The Peg Dolls are incredibly creepy and the type of doll they are based upon adds to the fear factor. Though I don't have much to say, this is a great atmospheric story, with haunting directing and creepy lighting.

The Girl Who Waited - The Eleventh Doctor, Rory Williams and Amy Pond land on Apalapucia in the middle of a plague. Amy is left behind, and the Doctor and Rory must save her...but time for Amy is running at a different speed. Most people regard this as a boring story that you can skip, but I disagree. Though not my favourite episode of Series 6, it is certainly the best in terms of writing. Tom MacRae knows what he is doing and every scene is a masterpiece of writing, especially the communication scenes with Amy and herself.

The God Complex - The Eleventh Doctor, Amy, and Rory investigate a hotel of horror where repeat business is low but the body count is high, where a mighty monster stalks the corridors and the rooms hold visions of angels, apes, and creepy clowns. Who — or what — has brought them to this place? Can the Doctor solve the mystery before the residents check out in grisly style? This is a fairly average story and though lot's of people like it, it bores me a lot. The costumes are a mixed bag, just like the Series itself. The Minotaur is great and so are the Weeping Angels and the Clown, but the Gorilla on the other head is a whole other story. And I don't mean a good one.

Closing Time - The Eleventh Doctor pays a visit to old friend Craig Owens and they soon find themselves in the middle of a Cybermen invasion. Another filler episode, this story is much better than previous filler, Curse of the Black Spot. This story features another view of the Doctor at a funny perspective, and what is there to say about Stormageddon about from that he is awesome? (You'll get the death penalty for insulting him.) I adore the interaction between the Doctor and Craig and each moment is charming and littered with humour.

The Wedding of River Song - The Eleventh Doctor is prepared to meet his death at Lake Silencio. However, all of history is happening at once. What is happening and who is responsible? But wait, what is this? A Series Finale that is not a 2 parter, or in Series 3 and 4's Case, a 3 parter? The first half of this episode is fantastic, (in an accent from the north) and I love the references to the previous Six Series of Doctor Who. However, the Second Half starts to stoop really low. The writing slowly becomes tired of itself and the dilemma between the character's has already got boring by now. But to make it worse, Steven Moffat renders the entire emotional journey of this Series pointless, as it turns out that..... Oh, you will have to watch to find out.

As the title of this review suggests, this series is a mixed bag, but I still suggest getting it. If I were to rate it, I would give it a 3/5.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the BEST Time Lords!!!, 23 Dec 2013
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FANTASTIC...

as i will keep saying. Matt Smith possibly my favorite time lord of all time.
just fantastic to see him bring this character to life. action. comedy. and suspense.

Fantastic way to open the season. can't fault it. LLOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great fun, 13 Oct 2013
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I have to say that my favourite doctor is David Tennant (sorry, Matt), but these way over the top tuned episodes are worth watching nontheless. Having said that I have to add that I find the continuing storyline a bit boring but also annoying. Still - great fun.
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45 of 55 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Don't Forget About This One!, 12 Oct 2011
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If your kids/ friends/ Jim The Fish are going to want Series 6 for Christmas, order this great 'Silent variant' with exclusive postcards now: mean spirited stockpilers have form in buying up these lovely limited editions, then charging three times the price only months later (eg Series 3's 'Master variant'). The 3D Silent head itself isn't just holographic; it's sculpted card, and leans out menacingly.

Moffat planned a "fairytale": after the "rollercoaster" of Series 5, Series 6 is the "ghost train". We're fully immersed in the lives of the travellers, each with their own compelling battles ahead. While I don't agree with those who've labelled this series "overcomplicated", in its ambition it has sometimes lost coherency (ie I understand what the characters have done and when, but I've not always been convinced by their supposed motives). However, the verdict is overwhelmingly positive. You will have your own reactions to the episodes; these are merely mine.

The Special
A Christmas Carol: 8 -thin stuff but fun. Yet more Dickens/Victoriana and sometimes sickly sweet, but clever and with some lovely touches.

The Episodes
The Impossible Astronaut/Day of the Moon: 9 -irresistable imagery (space race, Oval Office, Mad Men, haunted house), truly scary aliens & two of the greatest openings in the show's history. Few too many loose ends but a great cliffhanger.

The Curse of the Black Spot: 7 -fun & feisty romp marred only by Hollywood pirates & a soppy father/son subplot (the first of many this year!). Cole is great & the Moffat-inspired sci-fi twist is neat.

The Doctor's Wife: 10 -a note perfect fan pleaser resembling a graphic novel by Samuel Beckett. The continuity feels just right, Jones is sublime & the humour/horror balance is perfect.

The Rebel Flesh/The Almost People: 7 -a horror movie inspired base under siege that flags when it gets talky. A lack of clarity & likeable characters make it hard to invest in, but there are very powerful scenes: especially the cliffhanger!

A Good Man Goes To War: 9 -this great 'finale' with Star Wars designs feels truly epic. The 'repertory of monsters' vignettes really feed the story and Moffat's placing of the Doctor in the universe.

Let's Kill Hitler: 7 -at its finest at its funniest, with a great new companion introduction. Rory & Amy's early days are both touching & clever; but there's a lot of padding, an assassin's conversion is deeply unconvincing & the end's a cop-out.

Night Terrors: 6 -well regarded but downbeat. Almost a remake of Fear Her except we know from the start that the fears are imagined. Great visuals & terrifying monsters though.

The Girl Who Waited: 8 -affecting 'what if' story with a retro sci-fi look. Gillan & Darvill are superb. The time-bending pushes it at times, but the ending's fully committed.

The God Complex: 9 -nice use of CCTV in a creepy hotel full of monsters. Often very tense. Smith's brilliantly vulnerable. Walliams perhaps steals the show too much.

Closing Time: 8 -very funny sequel to The Lodger. There's something childishly exciting about a big, shiny shop at night. The Cybermen do what they do best: lurk!

The Wedding of River Song: 6 -Smith's brilliant performance carries this (maybe inevitable) let down. The fun BBC Breakfast cameo & Live Chess aside, the 'time gone wrong stuff' (also done last year) goes on & on without adding to the plot. Though the end was never in doubt, the universe is very easily fooled it would seem! However, there's a lovely tribute to the past and overall it's an excellent set up for next year.

The great value extras raise 4 stars for the stories to 5 stars for the box set. There are the 5 online prequels (for Episodes 1, 3, 7, 8 & 13), the 2 Comic Relief scenes, 14 cut-down Confidentials and the 4 Monster Files (Silents, Gangers, Anti-bodies, Cybermats) released earlier this year. Only 4 Commentaries (for Episodes 1, 4, 7 & 13) but there are 5 exclusive to DVD 'Night & the Doctor' scenes with their own Confidential episode: the somewhat disposable 'Good/Bad Night' are Tardis based comical/ sentimental vignettes with Amy and the Doctor, while 'First/Last Night' do the same for River and the Doctor but add more to River's story; 'Up All Night' is simply an amusing Doctor-less prequel to episode 12. Don't miss out!
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Doctor and me, 8 Nov 2012
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I grew up loving Doctor who (Sylvester McCoy being the doctor i grew up with) and when it returned in 2005, I liked it but never really took any interest. then David Tennant took over. started watching them. Then stopped watched David Tennants last spin (end of time) which I thought was brilliant. watched the first few episodes of the new incantation that was Matt Smith again stopped watching. But for some reason something keeps pulling me back. so Got Doctor Who series 6 on blu ray. And I loved it. Part of me thought I shouldn't be liking this i'm 32 years old and into dark stuff. (dark as in being adult series like walking dead, hell on wheels, the wire, supernatural, house) but it appears Doctor Who has won me back. I don't know if I should be embaressed or not. But I don't care. This series wasn't too CBBC for me. It wasn't too childish. It had its moments of course (well it is Doctor who) But I liked the underlining story arc to this series. Stephen Moffat has done a good job. I think Russel Davies run was good. But it appears This Doctor who does have a kind of darker edge to it. Now I'm not going into this whole who was better Tennant or SMith. As you can't. As you know Doctor Who when he re-generates his personality changes too. so SO Smith's Doctor is much different to the doctor that David Tennant played. So what's the point in comparing them really. granted you can prefer one over the other. Just started watching series 7 well the first 5 episodes anyway. The theme music as always brings a smile on my face reminds me of sitting in my room when i was a lil boy. watching the Doctor and his companion Ace run around on their adventures and me sitting mesmerized. Though of course Doctor who doesnt have the same effect on me now that it did. But it's a great British Science fiction show. Same with Torchwood i keep going back and forth with that. buying it selling it and buying it back. crazy.
The problem with torchwood is that it claims to be an adult version of Doctor who but it really isnt apart from the sexual element of it. anyways this is doctor who not torchwood. I found this series to be quite delightful. make sure you watch it while enjoying some jammy dodgers or maybe fish fingers and custard :)
Episodes
(havent watched the christmas special yet)
Episode 1+ 2 (two parter) 10/10
The Impossible Astronaut/day of the moon
This has got to be one of the best season openers of Doctor who, great story and the introduction to the overall story arc of the series, nice imagery, some loose ends but most get cleared up at the end. and we get to see Pond in an emotional scene. Liking the new companions Rory and Amelia not the average go screaming or corny lines.
The Curse of Black Spot 8/10
Pirates and the sirens, a pretty typical Doctor who outing, a nice idea well made, enjoyed it but nothing special probably would have been better if it was placed few episodes after the first two. As you would think a much stronger story should have taken place right after the series opener. But saying that this isnt a bad episode.
The Doctors wife 10/10
This is probably one of my faveourite episodes, its quite sad (not bring a tear to your eye or having to take four days off work to get over the pain and sorrow of it all) its a good Doctor and the tardis story, which explains to a point the doctor and the tardis relationship. As always the imagery was great and the acting.
it has the right horror/humor balance a very enjoable episode which should please any doctor who fan (especially the older ones)
The rebel flesh/the almost people 8/10
A good two parter, may not be the strongest stories, but a good cliffhanger, the charactors don't really become enough for you to root for them. But well written.
A good man goes to war 10/10
A powerful story in this continuous series arc as the doctor assembles an army, with plenty of monsters/aliens another strong episode in this series.
Let's Kill Hitler 6/10
starts off as a run of the mill episode, but a bit of a let down. probably the weakest story in the series, not to say it isn't enjoyable. as you get to see rory and Amelia through their younger days. but the ending felt like a cop out really.
Night terrors 6.5/10
i pretty much liked this episode, but not one of the strong points of the series, seeing the doctor help a little boy who is scared of everything, but this is actually a more back to basics Doctor, so though not a strong episode is a nice change.
The girl who waited 5/10
a play with time, liked it but you knew what was going to happen really, an emotional episode in regards to rory and Amelia. But I wasnt too convinced. but a likeably episode.
The God Complex 9/10
Liked this episode based in a creepy motel full of rooms full of your own fear. David Williams plays a funny alien. good story, good comedic timing. and also with some sad undertones to it as well.
Closing Time 6/10
A nice episode but cybermen story wasnt a strong one and not a huge fan of James Cordon, but one of the funnier episodes of the series.
The Wedding of river song 7/10
the series finale was both enjoyable and a bit of a let down really. Matt Smith though was great in it. was kind of hoping they would be a bit more imaginative with the story. But saying that was a good ending. just could made it more stronger. But paves way for the new series.
the extra's well if you buy a lot of Doctor who you will know their are a few prequels, the 14 doctor who confidential cut downs.
an enjoyable feast of doctor who.
Not sure if this series will reignite any interest to fading doctor who fans. but do think its a strong series.
hope this review was good.... and i did doctor who some justice.... If not please dont try and find me and kill me. as i cannot re-generate (that actually sounded more funny when i thought it) :)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Love it, love it, 1 Sep 2014
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Love it, love it, love it. The more I see of Matt Smith the better I like him in the role of the Doctor. Series 6 has to be one of the best so far. The Amy, Rory, River Song story has developed brilliantly and I just love the episode, "The Wedding of River Song" If you haven't watched this do so immediately.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Doctor Who, 5 April 2014
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Brilliant series, great story lines, great actors, really enjoyed the story line regarding the identity of River Song. The best series to date! Quick International delivery
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5.0 out of 5 stars Totally amazing stuff...., 30 Sep 2012
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Well first off i ordered this under the free delievery service and it arrived within 2 days, so am extremely pleased. The box set comes in the same style as season 5, which is nice, easy to distingish on the shelf.

As for the season itself it is phenomonal! I really enjoyed it. There are many two part episodes but actually i would say it is more like a running series, as some even continue after the second episode. It is a very intense and dark story right throughout leading up to the discovery of who River Song actually is and what it is she actually does, very compelling. Plus of course it also comes one step closer to the question that surrounds the mistery of The Doctor, Doctor Who? I would say that if your a Whovian you should have a pretty good idea of what the Doctors name is by now, i sure do! In the episode called The God Complex, Amy asks the doctor a question about his faith and who he worships and his face reveals alot about who he is, it is very sutble, blink and you'll miss it.

All in all a fantastic storyline and can not wait to have the entire seventh season to stand next to the rest of my Dr Who collection.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Fantastic Season!!, 15 Oct 2011
As a Doctor Who fan of almost 40 yrs of age I feel very happy to report that I feel this has been the strongest, most consistent season since Phillip Hinchcliffe and Bob Holmes were in charge and the mighty Tom Baker was the Doctor. I dont include the frankly NAFF Christmas Special we got this year in the season, although we do get it on this boxset, but it cant detract from the deliciously dark series of stories that were to come.

Highlights for me were the impressive opening 2 parter, the AMAZING The Doctors Wife (please please more from Gaiman!!)the old school Rebel Flesh/Almost People, the barnstorming A Good Man Goes To War, the bonkersly brilliant Lets Kill Hitler, kinda creepy Night Terrors, the emotional Girl Who Waited and the usual clever wrap up from the Gand Moff in The Wedding of River Song.

The other stories of the season are Closing Time which seemed a bit filler for me with Cybermen just tagged into it for no reason really, Curse of the Black Spot which was a fairly bog standard runaround and the unsettling yet somewhat unsatisfying God Complex. The only slight irritation for me is just how much the demise of the Doctor is built up, right from the very first episode, even though filming of the Christmas episode had begun as this aired so WE KNOW he's not going to really die! And the fact is, hes been around for 50 years now. He aint gonna die that easily.

But all in all the strongest season since classic Who and certainly since it came back in 2005.

And just a quick note on the additional extras weve been told of so far....additional scenes and prequels are cool, confidential is essential viewing, the comic relief sketches are brief but cool but why oh why only 4 commentaries?!?!?!?!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Yet again... another great Doctor Who series, 7 Sep 2013
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I loved the more complex story lines and ideas that were put into the production of this series. Each episode is extremely entertaining and leaves you with questions that you eagerly want answered. You can't watch one without wanting to watch the next one!! The finale is great and I would definitely recommend this series!!
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