One of the greatest and longest running series of all-time gives us one of the greatest Doctor Who episodes ever made. A spectacularly enjoyable and exhilarating thrill-ride. I absolutely loved it. It delivers a visually satisfying and stunning mixture of mystery, action, adventure, humor, heart and surprises. A wickedly funny and tremendously entertaining event that has you loving every minute of it. The brilliant trio of Matt Smith, John Hurt and David Tennant is just absolute gold. They have fantastic chemistry together and deliver strong and thrilling performances. Smith and Tennant are outstanding, its amazing to see these two incredible actors together playing The Doctor and you can tell they are having a marvelous time working together. Hurt is magnificent, he truly has earnerd the right to be called The Doctor, he brings great weariness and regret to the character and his early days before his predecessors and just shines in every scene he is in. Writer-Show runner, Steven Moffat delivers an extraordinary script with plenty of references and ideas and puts in the hands of Director, Nick Harran and creates something truly wonderful and special.
This is a true and superb work of art. A fantastic piece of Shakespeare that anyone who is a fan, should see immediately. Director, Michael Radford crafts a beautiful and emotionally gripping masterpiece. A thrilling, engaging and breathtaking movie. It's tastefully romantic, sharply funny and sensationally entertaining. All the performances are in the film are incredible and deserve to be noticed by every audience. Al Pacino is brilliant, he gives one of the best performances of his career and one of the greatest performances given in a film adaptation of Shakespeare's work. Jeremy Irons is terrific. Joseph Fiennes is magnificent. Lynn Collins is a revelation.