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Science Fiction and Fantasy
In this pair of stories (see also: Doctor Who And The Daleks – Invasion Earth 2150 A.D.), the eccentric Doctor and his companions travel through space and time to do battle with the evil Daleks. The Doctor’s adventures were captivating children long before the BBC’s recent reworking, although this big screen version features a couple of changes from its television roots. Crucially, the Doctor is a human scientist and inventor whose second name is actually Who. Nonetheless, the film captures the humour and boundless imagination of the series, and the results are wholly entertaining.
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7–16 years 102 mins
Waking up to find that his house is to be demolished, Arthur Dent discovers that his whole planet is lined up for a similar fate.
11–16 years 104 mins
Two students about to flunk out of high school are saved by a time machine and famous historical figures.
11–16 years 86 mins
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