|Reviews for Series 3 Volume 4:|
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|By:||TOBIAS PETERS, UK|
|Date:||Wednesday 15 August 2007|
|Rating: || 10|
THE PROGRAM IS BRILLIANT
|By:||Tim Baker, Utopia|
|Date:||Friday 24 August 2007|
|Rating: || 6|
Really enjoyed these episodes on the telly, especially Utopia, but the dvd's a bit like flat champagne. The Doctor gets to The Valiant towards the end of Sound of Drums but from there it's all a bit anticlimax.
The numerous scenes between the Doctor and the Master don't really have any substance or much drama and the sudden deification of the Doctor is a really clumsy moment for Russell Davies. Clumsy and a bit revolting.
|Doctor Who - Series 3: Volume 4|
|By:||Will Brook, Halifax, West Yorkshire, England|
|Date:||Sunday 1 June 2008|
|Rating: || 8|
Utopia/The Sound of Drums/Last of the Timelords - Great fun, but at times it does drag a little.
|By:||Huw Davies, Taunton, United Kingdom|
|Date:||Friday 20 June 2008|
|Rating: || 7|
UTOPIA - A well-balanced adventure, with the good back-story about the survivors' journey to Utopia, but I think this is overshadowed by the arrival of the Master!
THE SOUND OF DRUMS - A good Part Two for the "Master Trilogy", although personally the idea of John Simm as the Master doesn't work for me. The brilliant cliffhanger of the Earth being in danger and the Doctor and his companion being in genuine danger makes this the besty of the 3.
LAST OF THE TIME LORDS - The weakest, due to the fact to the Master being defeated by everyone saying 'Doctor'!? The Master dying at the end wasn't a very good ending either, but we had the spectacular red fingernails picking up the ring...