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Invaders from Mars (Anglais) CD – Livre audio, janvier 2002

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This is bad comedy . . . 3 novembre 2011
Par Zachary W. Dyer - Publié sur
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I love bad comedy.
Invader's from mars is not your typical Doctor Who. It's story and dialog harken back to when Douglas Adams was script editor back in the 70's. Lot's of humor and fun all around.
You can tell by listening to the actors that they must of had a grand old time performing this piece, because they are all doing some of the most over the top American accents I've ever heard a British actor attempt.
It takes place during Halloween 1938, during Orson Welles infamous transmission of War of the Worlds. The Doctor get's involved (as usual) in an alien invasion that coincidentaly is happening at the same time as the fake one that Mr. Welles was broadcasting.
Lot's of fun over all. Special kudos for Simon Pegg who performed the best steriotypical American Mobster voice of the bunch. Had I not read the credits I would have had no idea it was him.
It was also a nice surprise that the used copy I purchased was autographed by india fisher, the voice of Charly. But don't expect that every time you buy a copy.
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average but not as clever as it thinks it is 22 juin 2008
Par ThatHollie - Publié sur
This story has a fairly interesting premise...the Doctor and Charley visit 1938 and find out what really happened behind the scenes at Orson Welles' infamous "War of the Worlds" radio broadcast.

If you're going to write a fantasy story about history, you need to make it either very entertaining, or accurate enough that you gain some insight into history, or both. Aside from an actor who does an excellent imitation of Orson Welles, I don't think this story quite makes it on either count. If you're going to change history, it better be because it is fun, and not because you don't feel like doing any research.

Not to spoil anything, but toward this story's end there is a sitcom-like revelation that one of the characters is a member of the CIA. This plot point was tedious enough on its own, but the fact that the CIA did not exist as such until after WWII made me consider the whole thing very tiresome indeed. As they used to say on Mystery Science Theater, they just didn't care.
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Aliens and Nazi's and Commie's OH MY! + 1/2 9 août 2008
Par Peter Ingemi - Publié sur
Invaders from Mars is a bit of a comedy and a bit of a standard adventure.

In their quest to get to Singapore the doctor ends up 8 years and half a world away from target, getting himself and Charley mistaken for a late NY PI as they chase alien technology, missing scientists, gangsters , grifters and Orson Wells.

The story and acting get a bit over the top on occasion but the comedic nature of the episode, including its conclusion make it all work.

All in all a pretty average episode but still a lot of fun.
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Great idea gone slightly amiss 29 juillet 2010
Par S. A. W. - Publié sur
This audio has a fantastic concept: As Orson Welles' War of the Worlds broadcast sends New York into a panic, the Doctor and Charley are faced with a real alien invasion.

Sadly, it doesn't live up to its full potential.

The story, complete with bad film noir dialog, is played for laughs. The script is loaded with stereotypes, but the cast (which includes Simon Pegg) has the comedic chops to just about carry it off.

Bottom line, it is rather silly and not as nearly good as it could be.

3 stars.
The story is clearly a bit tongue in cheek but too often its humor is weak or dumb, accentuated by a string of bad New York ... 26 septembre 2014
Par Adam Graham, Superhero and Detective Fiction Author - Publié sur
The first Season of Eighth Doctor stories (Season 27) ended with the series presenting a story set in America with awful American dialects. Season 2 begins in much the same way. It's October 1938, the War of the Worlds broadcast is about to grip the nation with panic as Americans take the Mercury Theatre's War of the Worlds adaptation as serious news. But if a real invasion was going on?

The concept has a lot of potential, but it's not realized here. The story is clearly a bit tongue in cheek but too often its humor is weak or dumb, accentuated by a string of bad New York accents to rival Evolution of the Daleks Guys 'n Dolls accents. Also poor Charley Pollard is barely heard during the episode and doesn't really contribute much to the plot.

There are some nice ideas like the patriotic mobster and the "real aliens" did make me chuckle. The fourth part managed to be far more interesting and lift the quality of the production because the writer had managed to kill off a lot of annoying characters in the previous three parts.

Overall, this is okay, but pretty flawed.
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