Doctor Who

Doctor Who

The Complete Eleventh Series

DVD - 2019
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"Meet the new doctor. The universe just got more exciting. The dazzling Thirteenth Doctor falls out of the sky just in time to thwart an alien huntsman who is stalking human prey. With little time to spare and the population of Sheffield (and Earth!) at risk, the Doctor recruits three new friends - gentle Ryan, no-nonsense Yasmin and Ryan's step-grandfather, Graham - who soon feel more like family than companions. Join the foursome in ten fresh and enormously thrilling roller-coaster adventures across time and the universe."--Container.
Publisher: Burbank, California : Warner Bros. Home Entertainment : BBC, [2019]
Edition: Widescreen.
Copyright Date: ©2019
Characteristics: 3 videodiscs (510 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
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Nov 22, 2019

Honestly disappointed. I have no problem with a female doctor, gay, straight, whatever. I just found the entire series to be a rant on equality, which again, I have no problem with, but it just felt like I was being accused of bigotry. Stories were lacking substance and the end of the series just dangled there waiting for a point to it all. Jodie Whitaker was great, the companions we're flat, and there were too many people in the TARDIS. I just hope that the writers come back from their vacation to write some serious material.

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misatim
Aug 07, 2019

I was very excited to see how the series would handle the change. I was a little disappointed in the writing, more preachy then science fiction. The whole point of the Dr. Who is to keep saving the world, in this series from itself. teehee Also I didn't like the new dark interior of the police box, not very Dr. like or sci-fi like for my taste. I think the transition was poorly handled but can be saved with better writing, stay tuned and we'll find out.

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biggeorge2k
Aug 02, 2019

Political correctness gone amok. Almost every episode an anti American and anti white. And I am sure bus drivers in Alabama did not carry firearms. But I know according to the Brits we are all gun toting racist.

SCL_BethZ Jul 10, 2019

I really loved this season! Jodie Whittaker's Doctor is charming and eccentric. I see a lot of David Tennant's Doctor in her portrayal, yet she has also managed to make the Doctor uniquely hers. This season features 3 companions - Yaz, Ryan, and Graham. I've loved seeing the developing relationship between Ryan and Graham, although otherwise the companions don't seem as fully fleshed out as previous ones. The standout episode of the season for me was the one where they go back to the 1950s and meet Rosa Parks (Episode #3 - Rosa). As the critic consensus on Rotten Tomatoes reads: "First time Doctor Who writer Malorie Blackman pens an insightful installment that returns the show to its educational roots and serves as a reminder of how powerful purposeful science fiction can be."

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amanoletters99
Jul 01, 2019

A little hit and miss on the writing this time 'round. Not one of the best seasons of the Doctor.

JCLJoshN Jun 04, 2019

Doctor Who has been my favoritest favorite show since I was a kid, and this season is the best I've seen in a long time. With a new show runner, new script writers, new composer, and completely new cast, the overall feel of the season is very different from the previous ten seasons, which can be good or bad. Me? I was hooked immediately. Jodie Whitakker instantly became my favorite Doctor and although I was a little iffy on the companions (or as the Doctor calls them, "my new best friends") before the season began, I quickly came to love them. I also appreciate how little the season relies on past seasons, making it easier for newbies to try the show out without being too overwhelmed by 50 years of continuity. Overall, for me, this season is brilliant!

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jbudac
May 18, 2019

Thanks for the review. Any movie that documents trump as the most extreme menace to the entire world is sure to be on my favorite list

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susanaitchison3
Apr 15, 2019

What a load of garbage! Have watched Doctor Who since I was a kid in UK. It has never been such trash. Way too political and anti-Trump. What the heck has US politics got to do with The Doctor? Terrible story lines and special effects are like going back years. Felt like I was watching Coronation Street with a twist!

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lambouc
Mar 28, 2019

Worst season ever.total crap.writing is unwatchable.

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peter_leitch
Mar 12, 2019

Worst season ever. Terrible writing.

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