War of the Doctors – Part Four

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The Doctors are summoned together to stop an incarnation that has gone rogue. As uneasy alliances are made and two immense forces gather against one another, the universe beings to unravel into chaos; The Doctor is at war with himself.

On the eve of war, billions of lives hang in the balance. Can the Doctors prevent mass slaughter at the hands of one of their own?

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One thought on “War of the Doctors – Part Four”

  1. First things first: After one of the greatest cliffangers ever, how’s the resolution? Sigh. Dissapointing.

    Whilst the diry/blog entry scenes are entertaining, it diteriates from the tension that was at the end of the cliffanger. The rest is good. Mostly filler, but still good. The 4D hollogram bits are some of the best work yet, and there is a lot of comedy (Makes sense as this was released on Red Nose Day) and, unlike the comapnion comedy from Part One, is not forced and fits very in well. Especially the Dalek bits. And Pompous’s monalouge is brilliant, it’s just a shame nothing like it is ever heard again, and that it’s never refrenced either. However, it is still more filler and there’s even more of it then the last part. The Doctors even admit themeseles nothing’s been gained. Well, at least it’s funnier then the other parts. 8/10

    Rated PG: Contains some mild action violence and scary scenes. PARENTAL GUIDANCE: General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children.

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