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Reviewed By: Omega3000Review Date: 4/17/18 2:37 pm
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Love defeats the Cybermen. No strategy, no wit, but love. Does anger also have the same effect, how about fear?
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Reviewed By: Omega3000Review Date: 4/17/18 2:30 pm
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Story arc that dragged through whole season (and continuing from previous season) resolves in most disappointing way possible. Either Moffat planned it all along thinking that it is satisfying way to end the season to cheat his audience or he just made it up as he went along and written himself in a corner. Either way, Moffat soiled the idea of story arcs by insulting his audience.
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Reviewed By: Omega3000Review Date: 4/17/18 2:20 pm
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For a episode that bragged about featuring "all types of daleks", it was huge letdown to see that those daleks barely few seconds on screen.

Plot twist was could have been seen coming miles away. One thing that bugs me even now is where the music came from?

The Ponds resolve their marital problems with simple dialogue, so why did it take so much for these two to talk to eachother and make up? At this point they remind me of Rodney Trotter and his wife Cassandra from "Only Fools and Horses": Both Rodney and Rory wore centurion costume and Cassandra and Amy both dressed up as a policewoman at some point, both couples had problems with having a child and both couples act as immature but married children who cannot get their relationship straight.

A real nitpick for some but namedrop of the show ("Doctor Who?") feels cringy after Moffat used it so much in his future stories.
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Reviewed By: Omega3000Review Date: 4/17/18 2:11 pm
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The first part of the story is alrigh but it seems like writers had no idea how to reslove it properly. When episode has great buildup like this one the resolution must also be satisfying one. The villain of the week is forgetable as they get, just vanishes like his henchmen and leave The Doctor in the base to fix everything with few waves of his magic wand... ah, I mean sonic scredriver.

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