Remember, in the distant future everyone will dress exactly like we do in 2010.
Are the costume design people that incompetent, or are they hamstrung by idiot executives? It's like they're doing all they can to destroy any sense of alienness or cultural change in these "future" stories. It's all "today -- but with space ships!"
And I hope there will be some sort of explanation for why the weeping angels are suddenly "teh greatest evil EVAR!" when the last time we saw them they were predators but there was no evidence that they were sadistic -- hell, they didn't even kill their prey last time, just knocked them back in the timestream in order to consume potential energy. If Moffat had established that sending people back in time created paradoxes (with potential "Father's Day" style results) and that their method of feeding, while less harmful to their individual targets than a human's feeding is to an individual cow, can have potentially devastating effects on the fabric of the cosmos, then I could have seen them as a much more serious (if unintentional) threat.
Also, if the angels are ordinary stone when you're observing them, what happens if you smash the statue?
Then there's River Song. Special relationship with the Doctor, pilots the TARDIS better than he does, writes Gallifreyan, oh so very suave and confident... she's coming off as annoyingly Mary Sue-ish. Moffat got away with some Mary Sue tropes with Mme. de Pompadour, but he's not making a second silk purse out of the sow's other ear with River. She didn't bother me so much in Silence in the Library, but she's irking the hell out of me here. I'm hoping later reveals will make me say "oh! NOW I get it!" and apologize to Moffat for thinking that he thoroughly screwed up, but at the moment I'm not confident.
And of course we get yet another of the Doctor's "I'm a bad-ass" speeches, which are becoming Moffat's personal annoying writing tic.
Oh, and the warrior priests may dress the part (or dress the 3000 year old equivalent of the part, anyway), but they sure don't act like soldiers. "We're entering an unknown and potentially dangerous environment, so I want everyone to split up and put yourself in a position to get picked off one by one."
On the plus side, Amy got some good lines. The bit about not being so needy that the Doctor has to die for her was golden.
"You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time." Abraham Lincoln (attributed)