Doctor Who - Series 5 Vol.2 details
|Formats:||12 DVD, PG Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Iain Glen, Matt Smith, Alex Kingston, Karen Gillan, Helen McCrory, Ian Glen|
|Directors:||Jonny Campbell, Adam Smith|
|Genre:||Sci-Fi/Fantasy - Comedy|
Doctor Who - Series 5 Vol.2
|Run time:||2 hours|
|Rental release:||05 Jul 2010|
Most helpful review
The Weeping angels are the bestBy Shanehull (17 reviews) from Hull , 24 Jul 2010
[Highly rated reviewer]I had to watch the whole of the DVD in one go, mainly because it contains the best story of the series and the best companion. The weeping angels and Riversong. Not keen on Amy Pond and the rest of the series didn't match this. The other story set in venice wasn't bad.
Doctor TwaddleBy WBarklam (36 reviews) from London , 28 Feb 2013Oh, dear, I enjoyed the previous episodes but this is so completely filled with cheeky asides and jargon that you have to be a total geek to appreciate this. I have always fancied Alex Kingston but there is probably too much emphasis on her character - I never quite saw the point of Riversong anyway, apart from the fact that she is played by someone delectable ! Not really much story in any of the three episodes, just a lot of running around and scientific mumbo-jumbo- the Venice episode isn't really that scary considering it contains vampires - their teeth look like they have been supplied by a low-budget joke store. Still, there are occasionally good moments amongst the padded-out malarkey
Oh Mr Tennant... Wherefore art thou...??By a customer , 17 Oct 2011He's not Mr Tennant, that's for sure... However, it doesn't help when he's not the only thing to of been changed! A poor mix of some good, and mainly bad writing, has really made Matt Smith's job even more harder! My kids were both avid Doctor Who fans, but they have really lost interest since these changes... I think it's too much too soon, and that's a real shame. So don't feel too bad Mr Smith, it's not your fault!
doctor doctorBy a customer , 29 Jul 2011what cane i say about doctor who it is the best si fi tv series thats been out for many many years
Fantastic as alwaysBy Wilko1984 (3 reviews) from North Shields, Tyne & Wear , 01 Feb 2011Love this show, but better with DT, however some of the best episodes so far in this VOL, highley recomended to DR Who fans
The Weeping angels are the bestBy Shanehull (17 reviews) from Hull , 24 Jul 2010I had to watch the whole of the DVD in one go, mainly because it contains the best story of the series and the best companion. The weeping angels and Riversong. Not keen on Amy Pond and the rest of the series didn't match this. The other story set in venice wasn't bad.
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