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Doctor Who - Dreamland [DVD]

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  • Actors: David Tennant, Georgia Moffett
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: 2entertain
  • DVD Release Date: 1 Feb. 2010
  • Run Time: 44 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002YIHFKE
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 37,249 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Doctor Who - Dreamland also comes with -

Doctor Who Greatest Moments--A 3 x 60 minute retrospective, taking viewers on a journey through time and space to relive action from the legendary sci-fi show from 2005 onwards, featuring exclusive interviews with key actors offering unique insights on the classic moments.

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By Paul Tapner TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 25 Feb. 2010
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A CGI animated doctor who story, featuring David Tennant voicing the tenth doctor. This was originally presented in short episodes on the bbc red button but on dvd it's been edited into one long one of 44 mins approx.

Thus it does move at a fair old pace, particularly early on.

The story sees the Doctor visiting the nevada desert in the 1950's, and chancing on an alien artefact in a diner. The US military and a few aliens would both like to get their hands on it. Thus the Doctor and the lady who runs the diner plus an indian friend of hers are caught up in the middle of things.

A pretty standard doctor who plot follows, but it does keep moving nicely thanks to the pace of the thing so it's enough to hold your attention. The human villain turns out to be well characterised and the voice of the alien leader is nicely done thanks to some electronic treatment.

Actress georgia moffett does a good american accent as the diner owner but she and the indian guy are rather underused, spending most of the time trailing along after the doctor.

The animation is very colourful and eye catching, although the figures don't sometimes go that well with the background. And they run like puppets from a gerry anderson show. But apart from that it's pretty good.

The disc has subtitles in english and the only language track is in english.

Also in with this on a second disc are three documentaries recently shown on bbc4 called doctor who's greatest moments. Running a little over 50 minutes each they take clips from the new series and have the actors discuss them in typical tv documentary talking heads fashion. They deal with the doctor, the companions and the enemies respectively. The talk on the first two can be pretty interesting at times but there's nothing in them you won't have seen before.

But all in all this is one more tenth doctor story and it's not desperately expensive, so it's worth a look.
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Atmospheric and colourful animation that broadens the Doctor Who universe and which provides further proof of the boundless scope and imagination of the show. It did seem shorter than I had imagined, but it was the right length for my 5 year old daughter to enjoy without losing her attention. The alien creatures are fantastic - even SFXperts 'The Mill' would be hard pushed to produce such brilliance in this magnitude - and David Tennant's Time Lord is has the same 'ants in his pants' irrepressible energy as in the parent show. It would be good to see more of these with the involvement of Matt Smith's Eleventh Doctor; we'll just have to wait in hopeful anticipation...
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One of the specials for David Tennant's final year as The Doctor, Dreamland is a great story with a super cast, including Georgia Moffatt, Tennant's future wife and the Doctor's Daughter, the wonderful David Warner (Cold War), Bernice Summerfield and one time Cheetah person actress Lisa Bowerman and Stuart Milligan who would go on to play Nixon with Matt Smith's Doctor.
The artwork is generally very good, though some of the movement is very jerky and the characters all seem very tall and thin. This works fine for the aliens, but looks odd in the Human characters. However, the backgrounds and features of the characters are superb.
The box also contains a second DVD which contains three,55 minute documentaries from the same year focusing on the Doctor, the Companions and the Enemies respectively. These feature contributions from many of the stars of the show and are really worthwhile if you like clip shows and seeing your favourite Who stars extolling the virtues of the program.
A bit of a quibble is the absence of special features for Dreamland, it would have been nice to see some original artwork and a commentary, but you can't have everything. All in all, good value for money, though and this story of Area 51 and the Roswell crash, Men in Black , insectoid aliens, traditional 'Grey' aliens and the paranoia of the American military and their fear of the Russians, is probably canon too, as the spaceship and Mr Dread both turn up in different episodes of Sarah Jane.
Buy it, it's good!
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Why only 3 stars? Let's get the sour stuff out of the way first.
What detracts from this otherwise classic bit of Who is the animation - the backgrounds are sound enough, nothing wrong the environment designed for this chapter.
The people however are stiff and sometimes pushing into uncanny valley territory. Movements are jagged and unnatural, which detracts from the tension one is supposed to feel during the chase scenes.

Apart from that, it's a jolly bit of sci-fi, with all the tropes of 50's paranoia and aliens to match. Its price is certainly not an issue, worth purchasing just for the lovely retro feel of everything, and to enjoy the tenth doctor's tendency to ramble
with enjoyment and enthusiasm - as we remember him from before his increasingly serious and dark turn preceding his "death".
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An animated story that was originally in 6 parts (first aprox 12 mins, others aprox 6 mins) now combined into a regular 45 minute Doctor Who episode.

The cliffhangers are mostly at the end of key scenes - so merging the episodes together doesn't create many problems.

The story is good overall - and sees the Doctor traveling back to the the time of the cold war, trying to stop some US army officials using an alien weapon to attack Russia - as well as trying to stop the same alien species destroying all of earth.
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