Mon 4 Jan, 2010
What a great ending for David Tennant’s Doctor. I have already reviewed the first part of Doctor Who – The End of Time.
I don’t really want to give anything away to those who haven’t seen this yet, but I thought that the way they had The Doctor save everyone he knew at the end of the show was brilliantly done. The show had reached it’s climax, then slowly came down, but didn’t feel dragged out. Shows like this can have a tendency to do that, but the Doctor Who writers were able to pull it off.
I did feel as though David Tennant leaving was a bit dramatic. I am not sure if this much had ever been made about another Doctor leaving the show. Tennant had been named as the best Doctor ever from Doctor Who Magazine, but I have a hard time with that. There are so many fans who have never even seen anyone else but Christopher Eccleston play The Doctor. There have been 9 Doctors before David Tennant, and if you haven’t seen them all, you can’t say he’s the best.
However, Tennant was brilliant.
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(I thought that Timothy Dalton played a much better Time Lord than he did James Bond, but that’s just my opinion.)
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