Doctor Who - Complete Series 6 [DVD]
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The Complete Sixth Series starring Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill, Alex Kingston
• A Christmas Carol
• The Impossible Astronaut
• Day Of The Moon
• The Curse Of The Black Spot
• The Doctor’s Wife
• The Rebel Flesh
• The Almost People
• A Good Man Goes To War
• Let’s Kill Hitler
• Night Terrors
• The Girl Who Waited
• The God Complex
• Closing Time
• The Wedding Of River Song
• 5 X Night And The Doctor Additional Scenes
• 2 X Comic Relief Sketches
• 4 X The Monster Files
• 4 X Prequels
• 14 X ‘Doctor Who Confidential’ Cut-Downs
• Doctor Who Confidential: A Nights’ Tale
• Up All Night Additional Scene (this has been incorrectly credited on screen; the scene was written by Tom MacRae, rather than Steven Moffat)
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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!
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.
A Christmas Carol: 8 -thin stuff but fun. Yet more Dickens/Victoriana and sometimes sickly sweet, but clever and with some lovely touches.
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.Read more ›
A Christmas Carol - A clichéd, derivative & utterly tedious hour of television, that's full of cloying sentiment, forced humour, the Doctor babbling nonsense at speed & SINGING!! Certainly the worst Christmas story & one of the worst stories EVER!! Even Micheal Gambon can't save it!
The Impossible Astronaut/Day Of The Moon - A good 2-parter to start the series proper, full of mystery & suspense. The Silence are suitably strange & menacing but are mostly kept in the background, bar one memorable scene in the White House toilet. Sadly, much of what is set up here is unsatisfactorily resolved later in the series.
The Curse Of The Black Spot - A story no one can muster much enthusiasm for. Incompetent pirates; a boy stowaway; some poor continuity & a dead Rory... nearly. I also dislike the idea of 17th century pirates comfortably piloting a spacecraft. An actor like Hugh Bonneville deserved better.
The Doctor's Wife - One of the highlights of the Matt Smith era! Neil Gaiman's script is original & wonderfully strange, with a great performance by Suranne Jones. Have the TARDIS corridors ever seemed so threatening?..
The Rebel Flesh/The Almost People - A mixed bag of a story, too heavy handed in its central message but Nu-Who is rarely subtle. We have another father reconnecting with his son, though the father, on this occasion, is a Ganger. The Doctor also exhibits shocking double standards, when he destroys Amy's ganger without hesitation.Read more ›
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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Matt or David? WHO cares the series is more important. Kindle Fire collection almost complete.Published 2 months ago by Dr. C. Evans.
OMG, such an amazing series, in my opinion the best one that I've seen! Love it!Published 4 months ago by RadGeekGamer