This blog, regardless of how I originally intended it to be, is not at all professional. So I may as well tell you what I think about "The Eleventh Hour." I'll try not to spoil the plot for you.
The aliens and effects were pretty fake-looking, but that's okay. I told my dad that and he said "That means you're a true Doctor Who fan." I don't know if that's true or not, but I don't really mind. I do wish it was better, but it's okay.
The beginning, once the Doctor and Amelia went upstairs to look at the crack in the wall and stuff, was pretty tense. I was disappointed when the rest of the episode didn't follow through. Maybe Moffat didn't want to scare people off, since he's written lots of the scarier episodes in previous seasons.
As for Matt Smith as the Doctor...I like him. He's cool. I like the previous two better (so far), and don't start thinking "that's because you're not over Tennant leaving," because when the 9th Doctor regenerated, I was sad, but the first episode with the 10th completely won me over into liking him more, and this one didn't do it for me. I'm over the regeneration, and I'm making an objective judgement. Or so I think, anyways.
I like the old TARDIS better, too. I don't like the clock, and the typewriter's cool, but I like the laptop better. This TARDIS, as my sister said, is "more geometric," so it's less plant-like, which is one of the things I liked about the old one. I love the mention of the library and swimming pool at the beginning.
And what was up with those eyes? I thought they would be so creepy...and then they weren't, which pretty much sums up the episode. Stuff would be scary...and then it wasn't. Like the comatose people talking. It was reminding me of "The Empty Child" (and that and "The Doctor Dances," in my opinion, are some of the most terrifying episodes, except for "Midnight"), and then that aspect of it was sort of dropped.
Amy's obsession with the Doctor when she was younger makes me slightly worried for their relationship in the future, but I think it'll be alright. Amy's probably gotten over it by now, and even if she hasn't, I bet she can hide it until she does.
(Warning: slight spoiler coming up)
When I saw the wedding dress, I was afraid she'd made dolls of herself marrying the Doctor, which made me think "oh no," but then it turned out to be okay. Was she marrying the nurse, or the other guy (Jeff?)?
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I love the "I'm definitely a mad man with a box."
The old theme song was better.
So in short, I liked the episode, but thought it could have been better, I don't hate the new Doctor, and I'm excited for the rest of the season.
Now go into the comments and start disagreeing with me.