I am concerned with Emma Swan's bad posture. She walks around slouched over like she might have some problem with her spine, I hope not because she is one of my favorite characters.
I noticed she slouches but I think it is because of who her character is supposed to be. She's not a fairy tale princess but an abandoned orphan who ha da tough life and got very tough chasing after criminals. She chainsawed a tree! Which was awesome, by the way!
The acting is still a little wooden, and I don't think that Henry is as dumb as they want everyone to think.[/quote]
You mean you think he's supposed to be dumb? Isn't he supposed to be pretty smart to know who everyone really is? Or do you mean he needs to act more like a naive kid? Apparently he's actually, well, SPOILERthe Queen's father
! So I'm not entirely sure how he should act, something between that and a kid I guess, he seems okay in the kid department lol.
I wish I saw Grimm so I could no what you think is much better acting...the evil Queen is killing it almost every time, and Maleficent really acted very well. I loved how she actually loved her unicorn, that was a suprise moment for me. I guess the unicorn is her new pet since her raven got turned to stone? But yes the unicorn was random lol.
Speaking of that, I have to admit I have given up on expecting these characters to really be the Disney ones. To me, they are entirely new versions of the Disney characters, I mean, they just are, the real version of Maleficent was pure evil and never used "the Sleeping Death" the evil Queen used, she cursed Aurora to actual death, remember?
But it sure is fun seeing the different takes. In this version Maleficent is the one more prone to love, and I like her character. The Queen's too, actually. And their battle was flippin' awesome, no matter how short.
I can't wait till Cinderella's episode. I changed my mind and I do like the Fairy Godmother's whole costume but Cinderella still needs something more on her skirt...