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Doctor Who Series 6 - Part 2 [Blu-ray] [Region Free]
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The truth about River Song is out and the time has come for the Doctor to face his greatest demons. Venturing across centuries and galaxies, the Doctor, Amy and Rory will encounter the greatest war criminal in all of history - and Hitler. Together, they'll discover there's no scarier place in the universe than a child's bedroom and a visit to an alien quarantine facility will reveal to Rory a very different side to his wife.
In a hotel where walls move, corridors twist and rooms vanish, death lies waiting. But the Doctor's time has yet to come. He has one last stop to make on his final journey - an old friend needs his help and an old foe must be defeated. But time catches up with us all and the Doctor can delay no more.
By the shores of Lake Silencio, in Utah, all of time and space hang in the balance. And a NASA astronaut is waiting.
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Starting off with Let's Kill Hitler, a fun enjoyable episode set in Nazi Germany that answers a lot of questions about River Song. Next up is Night Terrors, which is set in a London tower block and is about a frightened little boy. While this episode may be a bit too creepy for very young children, it's good fun for everybody else. Next is The Girl Who Waited which sees Amy Pond who has now become one of the best ever companions seperated from The Doctor and Rory in a waiting room. The God Complex is set in a hotel where every room shows your worst fears and again like Night Terrors may be a bit too much for young children but look out for a very surprising return of a very old monster from the Tom Baker years and what is The Doctor afraid of? Closing Time is the weakest of the episodes here. A light but fun romp that shows the return of Craig, The Doctor's old flatmate played by James Corden and also sees the return of The Cybermen and The Cybermats from the Patrick Troughton years and the ending sets up the very complex finale, The Wedding Of River Song which takes us back to the first episode of season 6, The Impossible Astronaut and sees among others the return of The Silence. The Wedding Of River Song is an excellent episode, as i said it's very complex so you'll have to pay attention watching it and is the best episode in this set. Roll on the christmas special and season 7 next year!
The lightning-fast tongue-in-cheek Let's Kill Hitler places him in a challenging face-off between an amoral hellraiser he knows is innocent, and righteous upholders of justice he knows are mistaken. Night Terrors sees him dip into some more of his age-old wisdom to aid a paranoid parent and his even more paranoid son (I found the denouement a tad schmaltzy but nice all the same). The unforgettable The Girl Who Waited finds time to put the Doctor beneath the microscope with gut-wrenching intensity, even in an episode seemingly dedicated to the Ponds' everlasting bond.
The God Complex is a cruel, dramatic and intelligent tale of faith and fear with a truly stirring surprise conclusion, boasting some impressive experimental direction. Closing Time offers a welcome more light-hearted but still valid perspective on (and overdue counterpoint to) the Doctor's worsening ethical conflicts. And that finale...in 45 minutes we're bombarded with striking setpiece after striking setpiece, all infused with Matt Smith's brilliance, and tied into a surprisingly straightforward [for Moffat] story that brings the Doctor at last to his wits' end with the tragic truth of River Song - and his own burgeoning secrets.
The twisting mystery elements and Hollywood sheen of Part One might be absent, but the sheer strength of the Eleventh Doctor and his character journey lets these episodes shine. (And getting them in HD was totally worth it. My eyes were glued to the screen.)
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