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Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor (50th Anniversary Special) (2013)
Critic Consensus: Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor is a joyous marker in the series, uniting two of the most beloved Time Lords and setting them together on a rousing adventure full of crowd-pleasing nods and winks.
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It was fascinating to see how Matt Smith and David Tennant interacted... They sparred terrifically with a fair amount of trademark humour.
This is The Day of the Doctor in all his forms, justly celebrated, and set up for decades of new adventures.
A fantastic finale, plenty of fan-pleasing homages and an all-round fun escapade meant that, fittingly for the 50th anniversary, it was all gold.
All in all, The Day of the Doctor is fleeting fun, a worthy torch-wielder for multi-Doctor specials of old, and a nice reminder of not only where the show is going, but just how much it means to fans stretching across several (re)generations.
Non-Whovians will have next to no idea what's going on, but for the franchise's legions of fans, The Day of the Doctor will leave them jonesing for fifty more years of trips in the TARDIS.
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