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Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones: Ten years later, Anakin Skywalker shares a forbidden romance with Padmé, while Obi-Wan investigates an assassination attempt on the Princess and discovers a secret clone army crafted for the Jedi.

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Ratings: IMDB: 6.8/10 Metascore: 53% RT: 67%
Released: May 16, 2002
Runtime: 142 mins
Genres: Action Adventure Fantasy Sci-Fi
Countries: USA
Director: George Lucas
Actors: Ahmed Best Alethea McGrath Andrew Secombe Anthony Daniels Anthony Phelan Ayesha Dharker Christopher Lee Ewan McGregor Frank Oz Hassani Shapi Hayden Christensen Ian McDiarmid Ian Watkin Jack Thompson Jay Laga'aia Jerome Blake Jimmy Smits Joel Edgerton Kenny Baker Khan Bonfils Leeanna Walsman Liam Neeson Marton Csokas Matt Doran Matthew Wood Mike Savva Natalie Portman Oliver Ford Davies Pernilla August Rena Owen Ron Falk Rose Byrne Samuel L Jackson Silas Carson Steve John Shepherd Susie Porter Temuera Morrison Veronica Segura

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Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones Comments

Posted by smash364 3 years ago
+8 | +8 / -0

I want to go home and re-think my life.

Posted by Joshboii171 5 years, 8 months ago
+6 | +8 / -2

I happen to be one of the folks who really has enjoyed these films in the prequel trilogy. I also can see why people would not like the films and I don't deny people the right to their opinion. What has been bothering me has been some of the reasons people are giving for hating these new films... they are childish, they have too many special-effects, the acting is bad, the writing is bad, Lucas has sold out and has lost his touch... it makes me wonder if people are actually remembering the original trilogy correctly. Don't get me wrong, I love the original trilogy, but they weren't exactly well-acted or well-written movies. We didn't love them because they were these great Shakespearian works of art; we loved them because we were little kids totally enraptured by this exciting fantastical world. It seems that those same kids that loved the films 20 years ago have grown up into stuffy old yuppies that have no idea how to have fun anymore. Our generation has grown up and it seems that we wanted Star Wars to grow up with us, to morph into some new R-rated grown up version to satisfy our more mature needs. Well, we didn't like the original trilogy because it was all grown up and serious. We liked it because it was silly and fun and awesome to look at. I am personally glad that George Lucas did not make the prequels into a new grown up version. I like the adventure and excitement and I challenge the one major complaint that says that they do not live up to the originals. Let's look at what people have complained about when comparing these to the original trilogy. -The new movies are too childish and geared towards kids: So, somehow we're supposed to believe that the droids, aliens, spaceships swamp monsters, and warriors with mystical powers from the original trilogy were of the more mature variety. -The new movies have too many special effects: We're forgetting that the original movies were also special effects laden. Lucas has always pushed the limits of technology, even inventing new technology all the way. He has not sold out or changed or just now relied on special effects, he has always concentrated on the effects. If he had digital technology 20 years ago, he would have done the same thing then that he has now. That's what he does; he makes up worlds that don't exist and then comes up with a way to put them on film. -The writing has been bad on the new films: Does anybody recall Lucas ever receiving a Pulitzer Prize? -The acting has been bad on the new films: Carrie Fisher??? Mark Hamill??? Harrison Ford??? We're not exactly talking about Academy Award winners here. Name me one of the original main actors who was actually a great actor (other than Sir Alec). Now, Harrison Ford has had a great career, but he's no Jack Nicholson. And where are Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill now? -Anakin is just a whiny little brat: Does anybody also remember how whiny Luke was in the first two movies? I mean, he did nothing but whine and complain until Jedi. And how many times did they say that Luke was just like his father? Should anybody then be surprised that Anakin was a whiny adolescent? I think my point here is that people from my generation have taken something they loved as a kid and put it up on a pedestal so high that they are confused as to why they liked it. They think the original movies were these serious Academy Award caliber pieces of art and that's why they liked them. In fact, we liked them because they were cool and had monsters and space battles and there were toys that we could play with and have fun. The new movies are of the same mold as the original, they are unchanged. WE have changed and we're having a hard time dealing with that fact. Some would argue that these movies are not true Star Wars movies. I say, they are exactly the same... that's why I love them. If I want a serious film, I'll go find somethings starring Daniel Day-Lewis. I like action and science fiction, so I'll stick to the childish, poorly acted stuff.

Posted by weaponmalcolmx 6 years, 8 months ago
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WATCH AL STAR WARS MOVIES>

Posted by 90smovielover 4 months ago
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the only mistake they made with anakin was letting him get close to the old man. all other feelings were natural everyone talking about how jedi is not suppose to love if you had a to protect a girl that looks like Natalie postman you would fall in love with her to. everything was cool till the old man showed up. if anything, anakins story is a tragedy. we know who he is about to become seeing him as this happy young man and then you think what he will be its sad. this and the third one is by far my favorite and the most heartbreaking.

Posted by xXtmblrXx 3 years, 3 months ago
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Help, I've fangirled and I can't get up!

Posted by xxbuckseyxx 3 years, 10 months ago
+3 | +4 / -1

Great movie, just annoyed with how whiny Anakin gets.

Posted by pixiecakes 1 month ago
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Nothing will top Yoda going ham on Count Dooku. I remember seeing this movie in theaters when it came out and it's an experience you never forget. The whole room was wild with excitement. Just for that moment this movie will always be good in my eyes.

Posted by dramucom 11 months ago
+2 | +2 / -0

the least impressive of the six films

Posted by flanji 1 year ago
+2 | +2 / -0

Bucketlist movie, Must watch before the last one arrives!

Posted by weetsy 3 years, 4 months ago
+2 | +10 / -8

How are there so many positive comments for this movie? The movie barely even makes sense. Why does Padme love Anakin? Why does Anakin love Padme, I mean other than her looks? Why am I supposed to care about robots killing clones? Darth Sidious's plans have no logic... This movie makes the Phantom Menace look like the Empire Strikes Back. If there were any justice in the Universe, Disney wouldn't make sequels, they would go back and try to rectify this unintelligible back-story.

Posted by VictorMouta 4 years, 2 months ago ( Edited 4 years, 2 months ago )
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Great film with a wonderful story. The tales of Star Wars are incredibly beautiful, full of epicness and adventure. It's impossible to dislike this once you dive into them all, it's an unconditional love to the characters and their predicaments. Amazing movie with a lot of action, and a good plot development, explains a lot about what would become the fearsome Galactic Empire. Totally recommend it, a must-watch for any science fiction fan.

Posted by jedidan 5 years, 8 months ago ( Edited 5 years, 8 months ago )
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What has Lucas done,although better than part 1 this movie still lacks that certain something that the originals had,for all its flashy CGI it just doesn't seem to have that special Star Wars formula that we know and love. This movie just pushed me further into the arms of the darkside,there is no hope for me now,6/10.

Posted by daivee 4 months ago
+1 | +1 / -0

Going through this one was difficult. Too many things trying to happen and none very interesting. I enjoyed episode 1 more.

Posted by gretaroxx 9 months ago
+1 | +1 / -0

it amazes me how one can get his arm cut off and yet not bleed.

Posted by score556 2 years, 8 months ago
+1 | +1 / -0

Great movie. 4/5

Posted by Crazystoner 3 years ago
+1 | +2 / -1

I think i understand why they used clones. Because most people are so incompetent its astounding!

Posted by buttabean427 4 years, 2 months ago
+1 | +2 / -1

I now understand.Anika's dark side started with the death f his mother.As an only child myself i would have lost it too if something like that was happen to the only thing i love more than myself.I don't blame him at all

Posted by buttabean427 4 years, 2 months ago
+1 | +2 / -1

To be completely honest. I was never very found of the Star War series, and I never understood the obsession people had with it, But now that i have watched them thoroughly i most say "the brilliant mind of George Lucas is truly fascinating". To create something like this is Amazing. I am a fanboy no doubt about.I'm hooked.lol. I do agree Anikan is very unstable the Jadi counsel should've noticed is sooner..

Posted by madararage 4 years, 3 months ago ( Edited 4 years, 3 months ago )
+1 | +1 / -0

of the prequels go this is my fav followed by one then three, though three would have been the best if lucas had not made Anakin a whinny little child I for one like Hayden as an actor thus my conclusion is that lucas pushed the character in that direction. instead of the darker and menacing way which would have been more enjoyable.

Posted by DarthJurigumo 4 years, 4 months ago
+1 | +1 / -0

i like how on 86:13 CP3O says "i've never been flown before

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