Amy and Rory are trapped on a crashing space liner, and the only way The Doctor can rescue them is to save the soul of a lonely old miser, in a festive edition of the time-travelling adventure, written by Steven Moffat. But is Kazran Sardick, the richest man in Sardicktown, beyond redemption? And what is lurking in the fogs of Christmas Eve?'
Joining Matt Smith (The Doctor), Karen Gillan (Amy Pond) and Arthur Darvill (Rory Williams), Michael Gambon plays Kazran Sardick and Katherine Jenkins plays Abigail
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This is an absolutely must have for all Doctor Who fans like me especially around christmas time, and it's two special guest stars Michael Gambon, and Katherine Jenkins, are well worth watching it for, it has been the best Doctor Who christmas special made so far, but this year's one, may well top it in that department, the storyline was that Amy and Rory were trapped onboard a space liner that's about to crash on a distant planet. And the only way the Doctor can save them is to alter the timeline of a lonely old miser, the only one who can control the skies and allow them to land safely. Katherine Jenkins was brilliant, especially the song she sang near the end, it was so soulful, and was just about right, I would highly recommend this dvd to anyone, who loves Doctor Who as much as I do, I ordered this dvd 3 days before it came through in the post, which 2 days before the estimated time of delivery even, it was in excellent condition as I purchased it brand new, and it only cost me £2.99, as it was on sale, I must admit I did shop around to see how much it was on other websites like, amazon.co.uk, play.com, or hmv.co.uk, but for me sendit.com was the best price I had ever come across, they are certainly the best for bargains, especially around christmas time, since I helped my mum purchase a few christmas presents for my sister from sendit.com, I think she spent about £60, because of all the things she wanted to get for my sister were also on sale, but this dvd: Doctor Who A Christmas Carol, is definitely the best bargain you will ever purchase from Sendit.com, and I highly recommend this website for future purchases!
Though lots whom watched this Christmas episode of Dr who didn't like it, whether it was because it had many Cliché's or it was another remake of the well known Charles dickens story, that may have been retold a few too many times. But for me that didn't hold be back in enjoying this as much as possible. the Idea of flying fish reminds me of the things we used to enjoy when we were young, and that slight childish aspect of Dr who, makes it what it was, all the more enjoyable. But they take this story on a wild remake, it is told in a way that is truly fantastic and very enjoyable! I Would suggest this to anyway, be them Dr who fans or not. this really is a must see!!