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Fresh Screencaps and Review for The Eleventh Hour

July 11th, 2012 (06:05 am)

Fresh screencaps for The Eleventh Hour are posted. Review is below the jump.

Well, not much of a review. I used up all my squee on Livejournal when the episode was new. Still there are a few things to mention.

Monsters: yes, an escaped convict who’s a multiform.
Emotional Wank: 2 out of 10 for abandonment, psychological trauma, and running away from your wedding.

Intended Destination: crash landing in England 12 years ago, then modern times minus 12 years. Well maybe the crash landing part was not intended but it certainly was expected.
Actual Destination: crash landing in England 12 years ago, then modern times, and therefore 12 years late.

That was confusing, wasn’t it?

More info about The Eleventh Hour in the TARDIS Index File.

Likes

  • Amelia. She’s brilliant. It’s incredibly cute that she confuses God with Santa Claus. I find it cute on her, although I don’t like what that says about her family and community. Then again, maybe the crack in her wall sucked up religious education in addition to her parents.
  • The entire scene regarding finding something to eat.
  • An apple with a face.
  • The fact that everyone recognizes the Doctor from what they think is a child’s imaginings. You can tell that people had at least listened to her, if they hadn’t believed her.
  • “Just believe me for twenty minutes.”

Dislikes

  • Snowflake eyeballs.

Comments, Questions, Speculation

  • Since my computer can’t really handle HD, slow motion is even slower than usual, allowing me to catch details I missed before. For instance, the Doctor calls Rory Nose Boy.

Raw Caps: 1290. Not kidding. That is one thousand two hundred ninety snaps.
Finished Caps: 323

Capping Notes

  • This episode is so eye-candy-ful it’s really hard to restrain myself.
  • There are places where I backed up and took another stab at it, so some areas are a bit jumbly. Please don’t givw up too quickly if a moment you want doesn’t seem to appear there – it may just be out of sequence.

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