Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002)

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Ten years after initially meeting, Anakin Skywalker shares a forbidden romance with Padmé Amidala, while Obi-wan Kenobi investigates an assassination attempt on the Senator and discovers a secret clone army crafted for the Jedi.

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26 July 2004 | devedsmith
Attack of the Terrible Acting
Sorry everyone, I have to admit, after seeing this movie, Hayden Christensen must be the worst actor imaginable. I laughed out loud with the entire audience at his mumbled lines and fake anger and crying. Lucas has truly lost his touch with these films.

Also, the effects were corny and unconvincing. Never has there been a film so over-produced and under valued. In some shots, especially dark scenes, it is obvious that it was "filmed" digitally. I love digital, but this is a new low for Lucas to let grainy and discolored scenes into a movie theatre.

I have lost all confidence in George Lucas. His ability to create quality films has been set back by a couple of decades at least.

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Trivia

This was the first film to have an "on-location" film shown once a week to document the shooting. After the success of this movie, other movies adopted the same process.


Quotes

Naboo lieutenant: Senator, we're making our final approach into Coruscant.
CordÈ: Very good, Lieutenant.


Goofs

When Anakin and Padme are in the tunnel at Geonosis, Anakin stops Padme with his right hand, but in the next shot, he's holding her back with his left hand.


Crazy Credits

Actors Jerome St. John Blake, Hassani Shapi, Gin Clarke, Khan Bonfils, Michaela Cottrell and Dipika O'Neill Joti are credited for playing the same Jedi Council members as in Episode I, although they did not film any new footage for Episode II. Instead the Jedi Council scene uses recycled footage from Episode I. Many of those parts were re-cast (or in some cases renamed) for Episode II, during the Battle of Geonosis, using Australian actors, but they are not credited.


Alternate Versions

Eight deleted scenes are included on the DVD:

  • Padmé addresses the Senate after the first attempt on her life, and speaks out against the creation of an army for the Republic.
  • Obi-Wan brings the toxic dart to the Jedi Temple analysis room for examination.
  • Before he departs for Kamino, Obi-Wan has a conversation with Mace, leading to his Jedi Starfighter on a landing platform. Some of the dialogue was used in the scene in the Jedi Temple with Obi-Wan, Mace and Yoda.
  • An extended version of Anakin and Padmé's arrival on Naboo.
  • Padmé brings Anakin to her house and introduces him to her family. Padmé's family senses that she is attracted to Anakin, but she denies it.
  • A scene in Padmé's bedroom in which she and Anakin look at pictures of her past acheivements.
  • After Anakin and Padmé are captured in the droid factory, Count Dooku interrogates Padmé.
  • After the interrogation scene, Anakin and Padmé are put on trial by the Geonosians, and are sentenced to death.


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Anakin and Padmé
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John Williams

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Action | Adventure | Fantasy | Sci-Fi

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