|Product Name||Doctor Who - Series 4 Volume 1 [Import anglais]|
|Category||Electronics / Photography: A/V Media: Movie|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ B00153NOPE|
|Price New||6.56 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Price Used||0.98 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Cast||David Tennant, Catherine Tate, Billie Piper, Bernard Cribbins, Peter Capaldi|
|Genre||MYSTERY & THRILLERS|
|Run Time||135 unknown-units|
|Long Description||UK Released DVD/Blu-Ray item. It MAY NOT play on regular US DVD/Blu-Ray player. You may need a multi-region US DVD/Blu-Ray player to play this item. Thereâ€TMs been a lot of pressure on the fourth series of Doctor Who. Could Russell T Davies and his team keep the momentum going? Would Catherine Tate overcome the initial criticisms and prove to be a strong companion for the Doctor? And, well, how do you top the three series of the revived show that weâ€TMve enjoyed so far? We neednâ€TMt have worried. The three episodes on this disc, while not vintage Doctor Who (they always save the better episodes for the latter part of each season, after all), have plenty to offer. Partners In Crime is a fun way to start the series, primarily concerned with setting up the Catherine Tate-David Tennant mechanic, and allowing the former to dispel many of the concerns aimed in her direction. Itâ€TMs forgettable stuff, about a miracle diet, but is still entertaining, and Sarah Lancashire is a welcome guest star. Next up is The Fires Of Pompeii, and this is where the action kicks in. Thereâ€TMs a little bit of continuing to set up the main character dynamics, but this is the episode that the effects budget was clearly thrown at. With a massive volcano eruption, impressive monsters and a fast-moving plot, itâ€TMs good stuff. Finally, a welcome return for a foe from series past, in Planet Of The Ood. This is a well-written story, with some solid monsters in it, and throws in plenty of moral conundrums along the way. Good stuff. With three good stories, thereâ€TMs plenty to enjoy here, and it sees the fourth series of Doctor Who getting off to a strong start. Count us among those who canâ€TMt wait for the rest of it... --Jon Foster|
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