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Continuing from the final events in Doctor Who: The Parting of the Ways (2005), the Doctor undergoes his spectacular regeneration right in front of Rose. Despite this, Rose does not realize that the "new" man standing before her is still her Doctor. And when he reassures her, things start to go wrong.

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The Doctor: D'you wanna leave?
Rose Tyler: D'you want me to?
The Doctor: No! But
[swallows]
The Doctor: ... your choice, if you wanna go home.
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Audience in need as well
22 September 2015 | by (Berlin, Germany) – See all my reviews

A good cause does not make a good movie unfortunately and this becomes obvious with this Doctor Who Children in Need special from 10 years ago. It runs for 7 minutes and was directed and written by people who also worked on the regular show occasionally. The two doctors are mostly okay in here, there were worse ones, especially recently, even if the haircuts are still stupid. Unfortunately, I have never seen any talent in Billie Piper, so she does not land the dramatic moments at all. And there is many in here, most of the other Doctor Who specials are comedy-related mostly apart from the obvious sci-fi, but this one here takes itself much more importantly than it has any right to. Not a good watch.. Not recommended.


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