There’s nothing from the man himself in this film, but contributors including Neil Gaiman and Steven Moffat prevent us from feeling short-changed and revisiting Russell T Davies’s smart, witty and tone-defining scripts is also a joy. As a record of one of the most successful reboots in TV history, this is spot-on.
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