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doctor who - il giorno del dottore - speciale 50 anniversario (3d) (blu-ray 3d) blu_ray Italian Import
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marca: bbc cast: christopher eccleston (attore), billie piper (attore), david tennant (attore)genere: serie tvdata di uscita: 16/07/2014lingue: italianocensura: per tuttiorigine: gbr, 2005,dettagli edizione: colori, blu-ray, area 2 (europa/giappone)
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First the Doctor, I am old school Dr. Who harking back to William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton in the sixties.
I have been a little disappointed by recent Who shows with young dynamic Dr's that can win every situation with a flick of their
However this episode was exceptional, worthy of the anniversary edition, decent story, plenty of good humour and some great performances. I am excited by the prospect of Peter Capaldi coming next.
Then there is the matter of the 3D version.
Outstanding, this is amongst the very best 3D discs I now own, top quality from a top quality producer, the BBC.
If you are like me both a Dr. Who fan and a lover of 3D, then you must buy this, you'll watch it over and over again.
If you're watching in 3D you're in for a treat. The use of 3D in this feature length story is truly incredible and Nick Hurran is a really good director. The production values look high and the visuals are fantastic including some exciting stunts and explosions. The music here was also of a good volume - often in Doctor Who it's way too loud, but here, the dialogue was easily audible.
The actors also do a great job - you've got John Hurt, Matt Smith, David Tennant and Billie Piper in the spotlight as well as some very capable supporting actors. The only notable absence is Christopher Eccleston. Although he has absolutely no reason to come back in the sense that it was just an acting job he happened to do nine years ago, he was my favourite Doctor and he would have added to the show, even if just in one scene. BUT in a way it was a blessing; unlike Russell T Davies' finales and specials, which tended to be crammed to the brim with as many cameos and inclusions as he could possibly manage, Steven Moffat's episode here basically has for the majority of the time only two monsters, three doctors and a few other characters.Read more ›
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Good story. I had missed it first-time around. A well-worth-while addition to a typical, eccentric 'doctor'.Published 9 days ago by Archie Brown
Very Good product. Both 3D and 2 D are available in the same blu-ray. All zones ( works in europe..) Only english version, no subtitles even rnglish, nothing .. Read morePublished 16 days ago by garfygarfy
maybe could have had more like the blue ray edition but considering I couldn't afford the blue ray edition the normal dvd version was satisfactory. good quality picture and sound. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I loved this episode when it was first televised and watching it again made me realise just how much! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Debra F
Good price and great episode full of memories and show references that will endure any fan and keep the whole family entertained.Published 1 month ago by .I.D.H.