Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones


Action / Adventure / Fantasy / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 65%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 56%
IMDb Rating 6.5 10 611536

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Natalie Portman as Padmé
Hayden Christensen as Anakin Skywalker
Rose Byrne as Dormé
Marton Csokas as Poggle the Lesser
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Reviewed by danielloe 7 / 10

Slow at times, but the story and action make up for the flaws

*WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS* If you remember, I was one of the few who did not hate The Phantom Menace, in fact, I gave it a positive rating. If you'd like to get a different opinion on the prequels, please be sure and check that review out as well, but now, let's talk about The Attack of The Clones. This movie has a few rough spots, Hayden Christensen and Natalie Portman don't have very good chemistry together, despite both of them giving decent performances in the rest of the movie. No, Hayden Christensen isn't that bad, he's a bit wooden, but I think he plays a believable confused young man who has been isolated all his life. In fact, I think that most of the hate surrounding Christensen is less about how he plays his role, and more about what role he's playing. People don't want Vader to be a bitter and over- reacting teenager, but in the scenes where Christensen is able to show who he'll become, he's great. Besides, this is all about how Anakin becomes Vader, he can't start out as Vader in Episode II. The movie also gets heat for other stuff, too boring, too much CGI, etc. The CGI effects look great, it makes it look like a more advanced culture, by having surroundings that we can't yet physically create. Now, maybe a few practical effects wouldn't have been amiss, but I think the use of CGI is a relatively minor complaint, and one that doesn't really effect the over-all quality of the film. The plot may be slow at times, but don't forget, we have lots of action in here as well. A full scale battle at the end, a high speed chase through Courscant, a duel between Obi-Wan and Jango Fett, etc. Yes there are slow stretches, but there are also plenty of scenes that are really fun. I know Yoda fighting with a light-saber, you know, a Jedi's weapon, is supposed to be just like heresy or something, but I can't take that complaint seriously. How else would Yoda have fought? With a stick? It's not like he doesn't use the force or anything! But enough with the negatives, let's talk about why this movie is genuinely good. Ewan McGregor as Obi-Wan is great! He brings the right level of sophistication and intelligence to the character, while still managing to seem like a less experienced version of the character in A New Hope. Jango Fett is a really good villain, he brings in great action and is just over all a really cool character. I already said I like Hayden Christensen, who I think accurately displays youth, and provides a relate-able character for everyone who's ever been a teenager ever. The action is top-notch as well. The speeder chase on Courscant is a great start to the movie; humor, good effects, and very fast-paced. The finale is very well done also, and it's a blast to see the first full scale battle in a Star Wars movie (the gungans don't count). The story, thought admittedly a bit muddled, is interesting enough (let's be honest, Star Wars isn't story based, it is driven by characters and action). I understand very few will agree with this review, but I wanted to give my own opinion on the Star Wars movies, so, I started reviewing them. I'll try to have my Revenge of the Sith review up soon!

Reviewed by BiiivAL 8 / 10

The most romantic episode of "Star Wars"

The second episode of the new trilogy of "Star Wars" was much better than the first. He is much more gloomy, eventful and full of the sense that soon the customary world will collapse ... Moreover, it can be considered the most romantic film of the saga - speech, of course, about the love line of Anakin Skywalker and Padme Amidala performed by Natalie Portman. It is not only very well developed, but it also takes place mainly in very beautiful, blooming locations, which is generally uncommon for Star Wars. Even sad to realize that it is waiting for a tragic ending ...

In all other respects, the "Clone Attack" can be considered a good film. Excellent battles on light swords, skirmishes, long conversations and flights on space ships - all this is done very qualitatively and interestingly. There are a lot of really unexpected plot twists, which will be appreciated not only by the fans of the universe, but by all the rest. For example, when a small dwarf Yoda takes a lightsaber in his hands and almost starts on an equal footing with the formidable Count Dooku, perhaps everyone was surprised ...

However, in spite of this, the second episode can not be put on the same level as the classical trilogy. And it's not even the quality of performance, but the fact that those films evoked much more emotional response, they had the notorious "Star Wars magic", which is practically absent in the first two prequels.

However, watching the "Attack of the Clones" is worth all fans of fiction - these films are shot too rarely.

Reviewed by elia_henden_nygaard 7 / 10

An entertaining Star Wars movie with great world building

This is one of the first Star Wars movies that I got to watch when I was a kid. It is the second installment in the Skywalker saga, and continues expanding the universe even more in a interesting way. As you all probably know this is for someone "the worst movie in the saga", and I can understand why. Anyway I have to admit that I actually enjoy all of the prequels, including this movie. The common complains most of the Star Wars fans had and still have to this date about this film in the franchise, is that the acting is terrible, the screenwriting is bad, and there is a overload of CGI. After watching through the movie a couple of times, I have started to look for the many good and brilliant things George Lucas did with this installment, not just the bad.

First of all I really appreciate the way Lucas builds up the story and the characters. They have all developed and changed from the last movie, and they keep developing throughout this film as well. Lucas starts to expand the universe by introducing us to new planets, locations, characters, and plot points that play a more important role in the last film in the trilogy (ROTS). Even if most of the action scenes/sequences are filmed in CGI environments, they still look kind of cool and amazing, even if the CGI itself don´t hold up as well to this date. I like that George Lucas chose to film on various real locations around earth (for example in Tunisia where they filmed Luke's home on Tatooine in ANH) I like such callbacks like that. The choreography and cinematography work well throughout big parts of the movie, but I think it could have been more improved. Yes, the acting is kind of rushed and some of the actors as well, but the information we get from these dialogue scenes still are important for the overall story in general.

I have some negative opinions about the movie though. I feel like the runtime was a little bit too long, because there was so much happening during the movie that did not really add anything to the story or any of the key points in the saga, like Anakin's path towards the dark side. Another thing I disliked about this film in the prequel trilogy, is the romance storyline between the characters Anakin Skywalker and Padmé Amidala. It just feels out of place and kind of rushed, because I never feel any emotions for these two characters each time I watch the movie. Therefore I don´t really buy their relationship that much. Another thing that I think could have made this film much better, is less use of CGI and much more use of practical effects and real locations. I like Lucas's screenwriting with his story, but I think that he could have written the dialogue between the characters in a much better way.

Star Wars Episode 2: Attack of the Clones is not a terrible movie by any means, it is just that the movie could have been a lot better in many ways. (I rate this movie as a Star Wars movie).

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