When I looked at the list of the names of Season 7 part two episodes, I couldn't believe when I saw this. I love seeing parts of the TARDIS, in all its glory and mystery. Ever since David Tennant was going through the TARDIS wardrobe I couldn't help but imagine how large the entire ship was. Then we got a peak at in The Doctors Wife, when Amy and Rory were trapped running through the halls, but those were mostly illusions, with this episode we got to see all of the rooms referenced from previous episodes. We saw the swimming pool, the library, even an astronomy tower (what?).
This was one of those episodes that were just so strange you felt like you should just go along with what ever the Doctor is saying, that it made it very confusing at times. I'm sure thats how the companions feel all the time. When ever the past, present, and future meet at the same moment things start to get strange.
However, I did have some problems with this episode. I think that there have been a lot of episodes with the TARDIS having problems, causing bizarre time fluctuations. The whole idea of the TARDIS exploding, or tearing, or being damaged is just over used. This episode kind of played it differently but it felt very similar.
All in all it was a really fun episode, and gets a good 4 ingredients. Thank you for reading my review of Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 11, Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS. See you next time!
|BLT Films Rating- 4/5 Ingredients|
P.S.: Stay tuned, because this Saturday I will be reviewing Iron Man 3 (In theaters Friday May 3rd) GET HYPE!