Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time (1993) - Rotten Tomatoes

Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time (1993)





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The plot, overly complicated for a 15-minute short, involves a renegade Time Lord known as the Rani, who plots to control galactic evolution by collecting a specimen of every known creature and sending them on a time stream through the Greenwich Prime Meridian. Because only the Doctor can stop her, the Rani traps him in a 20-year time loop at Prince Albert Square, where the Doctor's previous incarnations interact with various "Eastenders" characters, all the while trying to thwart the Rani's plan and get back to the Tardis.


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Bad , bad , bad. It is overly complicated , it has horrible and incomprehensible dialog , and those incredibly stupid changing between doctors every time someone starts talking something understandable. You'l have a headache three hours after watching this.

Matthew James
Matthew James

Really awful and an insult to the Doctors and the series in general. I can certainly understand why Tom Baker has been reluctant to play the role again. There have been very, very few good stories made after his wonderful and best tenure. The show hasn't been produced right since the late 70's. They should have Baker come back as the final regeneration and end it once and for all. At least then, it can go out with a bit of integrity. The modern series has been a visual soap opera with little to no substance and the recent Doctors have been bland and uninteresting. Tom, please come back and save "Doctor Who"!

Jason Gaylor
Jason Gaylor

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