Warning: This review contains spoilers.
“No hamfisted plot buggery,” one commenter pontificates. “An insult to the original series,” says another. Comments on reviews of such ilk as The Guardian’s or Den of Geek’s attract as much backlash from the fans as the show itself. How dare he say 11 is better than 10! How dare she question Moffat’s paradoxes which …
When David Tennant performed his last line as a regular, “I don’t want to go,” in the 2010 episode The End of Time Part 2, it was closer to Doctor Who history than it would appear. At least, it was through Mark Gatiss’s eyes.
Today, Doctor Who turns 50. It’s time to put away our reservations and open up to a new way of living Doctor Who. But first, let’s look to the past with a wibbly wobbly timey wimey timeline.
The duel, in its loosest sense, is a fight between two opposing individuals. Be it with swords, guns, fists or, dare I suggest it, with words (oh, the cliche!), duels are a great way to end a film. But which are the best?
“Are you a Doctor of Law? Of Philosophy?” “Whose law, whose philosophy?” – The Doctor, flirting shamelessly with Astrid in The Enemy of the World
The folks over at DoctorToonProject (A.K.A. me) have animated a short clip from the Big Finish audio play “The Chimes of Midnight”.