One of the most simply structured but brilliantly acted films I've seen in a long while.
Almost makes you want to go on a long road trip in a tractor yourself.
It's also one of the most unlyncian David Lynch film. I mean, your grandmother could probably watch this and she'll enjoy it.
So much to digest in such a short space of time.
There are some real possibilities of restarting the show with a new Doctor because with a New Doctor comes a new plots, new character arcs and development, new pacing and everything.
One thing that's definitely noticeable with this episode is the pacing. The first half of the episode, is bouncy and giggly, with weirdness and Tyrannosaurus Rex in Victorian London, but the 2nd half of the episode is…
"You ain't never had a friend like me."
We ain't never had an actor like Robin Williams and we'll probably never have an actor like Robin Williams in the future, and this movie, his voice work really shines through.
He's funny, completely outrageous, charismatic, delightful entertaining and boisterous as the Gene from the lamp and it would have been a hard time trying to contain all that to let some of the other cast members shine through because Robin Williams…