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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 7/26/16 7:17 pm
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The second part not only maintains the momentum of the earlier Angels adventure with the angels chasing the Doctor and friends but the story interacts with the "cracks in time," story arc from Series 5. The Doctor and Amy both shine with the Doctor showing a slightly rougher grumpy side while Amy is put through her paces. The big plot twist at the end is genuinely clever and surprising.

The only thing that hurts this one are Amy's attempts to come on to the Doctor at the end of the story. Otherwise, this is a very well-produced story that's an example of Series 5 at its best.

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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 7/26/16 7:08 pm
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This episode begins somewhat light with one of River Song's early (from the Doctor's perspective) "Hello Sweeties," before turning into a hunt for a weeping angel in alien catacombs. Momentum builds throughout the story with a new twist on the Angel and the Eleventh Doctor's attitude towards River Song. They also offer the idea that an Image of an Angel becomes an Angel and the way that's realized here it's very suspenseful. The action picks up and moves at a great pace towards a stunning cliffhanger.
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 7/23/16 5:18 am
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The Series 5 finale is a brilliantly told and atmospheric conclusion, set mostly in a museum where the universe is disappearing and time being raised. It manages to balance nicely some silly fun and timey wimey moments, with also some epically brilliant moments. Moffat’s idea of Doctor Who as a fairy tale is probably best realized here as well with Rory the Roman guarding the Pandorica, and the final scene at Amy and Rory’s wedding. It provides a joyful end to a wondrous thrill-ride that sees a stunning performance from Matt Smith.
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 7/21/16 5:36 pm
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The first part of the Series 5 finale manages to begin to draw the the story a to a conclusion in a very stunning way, using characters from several stories to build up mystery that would only unfold towards the end. The episode features a superb scene with a Cyberman as a menace and shows you don't need an army of them to make an impact.

The character stuff is also very well done with Amy and the mysterious re-emergence of Rory. The episode has great moments throughout and ends on one of the best cliffhangers in New Who.

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