Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones


This episode is set about 10 years after episode 1. Anakin is now a young man, and initially has to play bodyguard to Senator Amidala. When they realise that there is more going on than just a plot to kill her, he escorts her back home while Obi-Wan Kenobi investigates. Soon, they are all involved in trying to stop an armed insurrection, while romance between the two youngsters blooms...


142 minutes.
Parental Guidance (Violence) .
Action, Romance

Showtimes

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We're not in Kansas any more, Amidala...

Credits

Cast
Ewan McGregor, Hayden Christensen, Natalie Portman, Samuel L. Jackson
Director
George Lucas
ScreenplayGeorge Lucas, Jonathan Hales
MusicJohn Williams
CinematographyDavid Tattersall
Sound formatsDolby EX 6.1, Sony Dynamic Digital Sound, DTS
SoundtrackNot available
Made in2002
Produced byLucasfilm Ltd.

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Ratings

Scale (Max)20

What the Critics say

The Moviesite
Ian Douglas
8
Cape Argus
Bianca Coleman
10
The Cape Times
Theresa Smith
10
The Star
Tanya Farber
14
Die Burger
Willem H.K. Bester
15
Sunday Times
Barry Ronge
5
Rapport
Paul Boekkooi
18
Total Movie
Dan Jolin
10
eye Weekly
Catharine Tunnacliffe
3
Box Office
Annlee Ellingson
13
ReelViews
James Berardinelli
18

What the People say

Internet
23725 Netizens
16

Average .. 58%

12

Visitor Comments

Ian Douglas: Okay, so I will probably be crucified for these comments, but at least they are honest and not politically correct. This was the first Star Wars movie I have seen (am currently watching Episode 1 on TV), and quite frankly, I can't see what the fuss is all about. Episode II had some good bits -- mainly, the made-for-videogame action and chase sequences. It had great special effects. But the storyline itself was confused with a huge gaping hole in the plot. The dialogue made Titantic look good. And as for the art direction, it was the most confused thing I have seen since ''Titus'' -- a curious mishmash of agricultural squatters and space-age high tech. The film also loses points for trying to rip off Gladiator with an arena scene. I know there are many Star Wars fans out there who will now proceed to tell me just how wrong and clueless I am....






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