The acting was alright. The sets looked cool. I liked the fact that the film was 3D, just not the fact that I was charged $3.00 more. I didn't like how the story was a bit off, though.
I haven't watched the original "Alice in Wonderland" in a long time (and when I say long, I mean loooooooong) so I probably shouldn't judge the new sequel at all, but I'm going to anyways. Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland" was a little awkward. It wasn't bad, it just felt like it was missing something. It didn't have that extra umph.
As a plus, I wasn't scared of Johnny Depp playing the Mad Hatter. Normally, Depp scares me. In "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," I did not approve of Depp acting as Mr. Wonka. It took the "children's" out of "children's movie." This time, though, he touched me. I liked the connection he displayed wth Alice.
I don't think I actually liked Alice, though. She was a bit too protagonisty-if that's even a word. She was very, "Oh look at me, I'm not the real Alice. Oh, but I am. Oh, I like rabbits in suit jackets. I won't ever marry a red-head. I will slay, though. Oh I'm the real Alice, now." Sorry if that spoiled the film for anyone...
Besides that, though. I had a good night. My boyfriend and I went to McDonald's after, it tasted good but I feel gross at the moment because of the stupid Chicken McNuggets and fries we devoured! Then, he kissed me in the freezing cold, pouring rain.
I liked that part of my night. :)
As for tomorrow, I have to leave to go back to residence earlier than normal. I have an interview tomorrow for a STAMP/POP position. I'm excited and nervous at the same time. Then, it's back to reality as another week comes flying in my direction.
My weekend's over, already. I will miss you weekend. I will miss you rainy goodnight kiss.