Friday, 31. August 2012

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By sholeyshabnam, 22:38


Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 1 Premiere And so, the gang makes their way back to 1969, with The Doctor reluctantly trusting his companions – who he knows are holding something back. In 1969, President Richard Nixon has been receiving a distress call from a little girl somewhere complaining about a malevolent “spaceman.” After a few minutes, The Doctor figures out the girl’s location and takes ex-FBI agent Canton Everett Delaware III with him to investigate (In the beginning of the episode Delaware III was issued an invitation to meet the 1100-year-old Doctor and witness his death). Here, the episode begins to come together a bit more clearly. Throughout the premiere, Amy has been spotting alien creatures (who wear sharp suits) out of the corner of her eye. Whenever she stops looking at them, however, she completely forgets that they ever existed. Later, River and Rory both see the aliens and experience the same phenomenon. The aliens are a formidable enemy, and one that rivals the Weeping Angels in the creepiness factor.

Once The Doctor arrives at his destination,  Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 1 Premiere Rory and River investigate a series of tunnels that appear to be created by the alien creatures (of course, they don’t know this, because they keep forgetting the aliens exist). Eventually, they end up in what seems to be the control room of a spaceship (extremely similar to the partially constructed spaceship found in the Season 5 episode “The Lodger”). If the partially constructed craft is related to the earlier episode, then it makes sense that the cries for help were actually a trick intended to bring The Doctor to the ship – since he’s likely to be the only one capable of defeating the aliens. In previews for next week’s episode, however, it appears that The Doctor and his crew are facing a pretty formidable foe. According to some brief lines in the preview, the aliens have been living among us for years, completely unknown to humans. How will The Doctor and his team fight off an Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 1 Premiere enemy that they can’t remember? I don’t know, but I’m definitely excited to find out.

Speaking of finding things out, we learned a bit more about River Song’s mysterious past, though we still don’t know what she did to land her in prison. During a conversation with Rory, River reveals that she met The Doctor when she was just a young woman, and that he knew everything about her. Every subsequent time she’s met him, she knows more about him, but he knows a little less about her. They’re moving in separate time-lines, and, eventually, River knows that there will come a day when he won’t know her at all. In addition, Amy is pregnant. On one hand, way to go Rory! On the other hand, why does that matter? It’s hard to imagine what role Amy’s pregnancy will have on the narrative going forward. Does it mean she won’t be able to go on as many adventures – out of fear for her baby’s safety? The revelation was squeezed into the episode at the very end, right before Amy shot at an astronaut, whom she believed was the same astronaut who kills The Doctor at the beginning of the episode –  Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 1 Premiere so I’m hoping they flesh out what it means in part two.

Anyway, I thought the premiere, while very complicated, was also very enjoyable. The show made great use of its American settings, providing an epic scope to the episode that was fitting – given that it involved the death of The Doctor. Also, I really enjoyed all of the core actors in the episode, particularly Matt Smith, whose fun-loving and fast-talking variation on The Doctor has been exciting to watch. I think the alien enemy featured in the episode was extremely spooky, and a great challenge for The Doctor. The preview for next week’s episode seemed to show things getting especially bad, with The Doctor in shackles and Rory cut-up beyond belief. Obviously, The Doctor will make his way out (like he always does) but it seems as if Steven Moffat is going to give another season of episodes that toy with the darkness inherent to The Doctor’s life – while also delivering Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 1 Premiere on the action and adventure that made season five so much fun to watch.

Let us know what you thought of the episode in the comments, and feel free to speculate on what River’s relationship with The Doctor is – as well as what Amy’s revelation means for the rest of the series. The pre-credit teaser is a mini-epic in itself, instantly bucking expectations and another of those great “Huh?” moments that Moffat excels in. Okay, it doesn’t quite make sense (how could Dellaware pretend to shoot Amy and Rory with bullets, without his team cottoning on that they weren’t actually dead?) but it’s still a great, great sequence, capped by River’s audacious dive into the TARDIS swimming pool. Admit it you grinned. Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 1 Premiere Even if you thought it was very silly.

And will Moffat ever explain how the US Government got its hands on Dwarf Star Alloy? It would be more fun if it was just left as a throwaway gag – that’s just the kind of thing they keep in Area 51, clearly. There’s another great action sequence at the episode’s end – a ludicrously insane laser battle that Tarantino would be proud of. It’s the perfect, visceral visual punch to accompany the more cerebral denoument to the episode with the Doctor trouncing the Silence’s plans using post-hypnotic suggestion embedded in the footage of Neil Armstrong’s first moonwalk. It’s a really clever piece of plotting that only makes sense if you’ve been paying attention and noticed the Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 1 Premiere get-out clause delivered earlier in the episode that’s delivered almost as a throwaway line. How many viewers missed that and were just scratching their heads going, “But wouldn’t we all just forget…?”

In between, we’re also treated to some incredibly creepy scenes in a children’s home, Rory in ’60 glasses, President Nixon coming to the Doctor’s rescue, and a number of very effective character moments involving Rory and Amy, who give the episode a real emotional grounding amongst the plot-rush. Moffat uses his “disembodied voice pleading for help” shtick again (see, “Silence In The Library” – oh, and by the way, anybody else now wondering if there were any Silents in the library?) but then gets so much mileage out of Rory’s eavesdropping (both for comic and dramatic effect) you really don’t mind. Karen Gillan just gets better  Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 1 Premiere with every episode now, while it’s hard to believe Rory isn’t getting a whole new set of fans as well.

Once again we’re treated to some outstanding direction, glorious performances, near flawless FX and gorgeous locations (let’s hope the whole budget for the series hasn’t been blown). “Day Of The Moon” is huge fun, effortlessly entertaining, beguilingly bat’s-arse and blessed with a cliffhanger so jawdroppingly unexpected it’s bound to keep viewers hooked. All of which helps Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 1 Premiere smooth over the fact that it also feels just slightly too disjointed, inconclusive and open-ended.

I’m too impatient. I’ve got to start with the cliffhanger. What the hell just happened there? Let’s work some theories. If that’s Amy’s daughter, as has been strongly hinted (the photo in the children’s home is the key example), then she’s a Time Lord. Does that make the baby the Doctor’s (it’s sounding a bit like a soap opera, granted, but bear with me)? Or, could it be a young River Song? After all, the Doctor and River are moving further and further away from each other. Could River be a Time Lord? Or, here’s theory three: is the regenerating girl the return of Donna Noble in some form? That’s the long shot, but it can’t be young Amelia,  Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 1 Premiere as we know what she looks like at that age.

Or do we? For here's a further thought: could the girl be regenerating into someone who is far more familiar to us? Perhaps regenerating into Amy or River? That strikes me as the thread to follow. Heck, if we play this game too long, we could end up with River Song as Amy’s daughter. My head hurts now. It should also be noted that Amy doesn’t think she’s pregnant by the end of the episode. But we don’t buy that, and nor does the Doctor, given the erratic scan he quietly performs on her using the Tardis. Something puzzling is going on,  Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 1 Premiere and I’m little help in telling you what it is.

In fact, while my head buzzes with theories, let’s deal with one certainty: Steven Moffat has pulled a massive, game-changing ending at the end of an already terrific episode. Do feel free to skip the review if you want, and start leaving your own theories in the comments. Meanwhile, we’ll go through the rest of the episode. Day Of The Moon first and foremost wrapped up the opening two parter nicely. The device of using the moon landing was marked from the start of The Impossible Astronaut, but it was a logical and well-worked way for all concerned to turn the tables on The Silence. That surely isn’t the last we’ve seen of them, though,  Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 1 Premiere although I do hope they’re sparingly used. They’re too sinister to go on the Daleks/Cybermen rota.

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