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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 3/25/17 2:15 pm
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The story begins with a solid character-driven piece that finds the Doctor, Liv, and Helen trapped in a life boat in the vortex sailing to the end of time. It's a good story that focuses on who this TARDIS crew is. Doom Coalition 3 also started with a more character driven story in, "Absent Friends," and what works with starting a box set with that when you're invested in the characters is that you can take an episode to explore the characters without feeling like the narrative is being interrupted.

The story gives the characters space to work out issues that have been coming up throughout the entire series, most notably in the last box set. This story works and each actor carries their weight, although I think Nicola Walker delivers the strongest performance of them all.

The story's biggest problem is that the stakes are so high in this that the conversations about giving up and acceptance really don't come off as believable. It's hard to buy that any of them would accept floating through space until they get sweet oblivion at the end of time. Still, other than that, it's a solid exploration of a very good TARDIS crew.
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Reviewed By: JacobzReview Date: 3/24/17 4:00 am
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A gripping and fantastic finale. Paul McGann is a joy as the Doctor. Helen, while suffering from a serious lack of character development, has a few great scenes, and will hopefully get more development in the future. Liv seems to have set herself up as the best Eighth Doctor companion, and one of the best and most capable companions ever. Padrac is great, and the Eleven is menacing and utterly delightful,
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Reviewed By: JacobzReview Date: 3/24/17 3:46 am
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Another fantastic story. I'm glad to see Big Finish isn't giving into temptation and overusing New Series elements, especially something as popular (and presumably lucrative) as the Weeping Angels. Carolyn Pickles is excellent as Ollistra, the character we all love to hate. The Eleven is a joy in this story as well, maniacal and just straight up murderous. The Monk is a welcome addition in a stellar performance by Rufus Hound. The crown jewel on an already fantastic box set.
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Reviewed By: JacobzReview Date: 3/24/17 3:31 am
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This may be Alex Kingston's best performance as River ever. Loaded with delightful references to stories past (and future?). An excellent Doctor-lite story. The last scene with River and Eight is particularly touching.

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