Love all the Star Wars movies, but this is a bit pricey considering all the rest heave been under £5 at certain points through the year already!! Bring it down to a fiver so I can complete my collection🤩🤩
Watch the seeds of Anakin Skywalker's transformation take root in Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones. Ten years after the invasion of Naboo, the galaxy is on the brink of civil war. Under the leadership of a renegade Jedi named Count Dooku, thousands of solar systems threaten to break away from the Galactic Republic. When an assassination attempt is made on Senator Padmé Amidala, the former Queen of Naboo, twenty-year-old Jedi apprentice Anakin Skywalker is assigned to protect her. In the course of his mission, Anakin discovers his love for Padmé as well as his own darker side. Soon, Anakin, Padmé, and Obi-Wan Kenobi are drawn into the heart of the Separatist movement and the beginning of the Clone Wars.
Very boring and too cringy not worthwhile watching
Attack of the clones is a very boring film, the acting is wooden and flat. Especially Anakin who is just a whiny brat and it’s just dull. The fights are okay to watch and the story feels stupid and the dialogue.
Wow, the dialogue is bad and is just shocking. The cgi is laughable there is a scene where there on a conveyer belt and it looks horrible. Now there is a another film with a conveyer belt scene, this movie is Minority Report directed by Steven Spielberg, these movies came out in 2002 and George and Steven are friends, connections?
Mostly I think this is the worst Star Wars movie.
No storyline and dreadful dialogue. Hayden Christensen’s acting was really really pants. The CGI was absolutely hideous and the last thing you could see is the pain inside our eyes just after the credits. OK, now I need a 💩.
Love this movie so much. Hayden and Ewan are both brilliant in this one. Superb direction by George Lucas and the special effects look great! Well done to all involved.
Worst Star Wars movie and horrendous cgi.
Ok The forced romance is little too much but thats mainly down to George Lucas and we can't blame Hayden for it as he is expressing George's writing, however the film itself has a solid plot and the CGI is very good for 2002; especially the battle of Genosis.
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My gosh, Phantom Menance is deifently the WORST Star Wars film. This film is slightly better. The story is a bit better. We get to see more Obi wan, Yoda and Macr Eindo. The chancellor and Christopher Lee as count Dukubwere the highlights. Annie’s and Pady’s romance was PAINFULLY glamorized. Something very dream like. Fake and forced.
my goodness, again has jam jar binks. the CGI is insane, looks obvious. hayden is diabolical in his acting. the action is so so. christopher lee is superb mind. yoda thought i was watching an animation
an ok movie
Brilliant! A must watch
Amazing just like ALL the Star Wars films!
I hate bad cgi, it's terrible, ugly and ruins the film everywhere
I hate Hayden christensons acting, it's stupid, overstretched and gets nowhere (apart from the prequels)
I hate jar jar blinks, he's annoying, a bad character and a racist stereotype everywhere
Despite forced romance and bad acting on the part of Hayden Christensen, Attack of the Clones delivers an intriguing plot and great fight scenes, while finally using it's great Jedi cast and brilliant lightsaber battles! But the over usage of CGI really hasn't improved, but it at least looks better than it did in the Phantom Menace!
Different from the original trilogy but I still like it. A good film with good actors in it and is a well made film.
As with all the prequels, an insult to the holy trilogy. Take the positive reviews (by DieHard Lucas fanboys?) with a pinch of salt, there is nothing good to be seen here... at ALL!
It's bad. Let's remake the prequels and forget about these ones
Star Wars Episode II Attack of the Clones picks up ten years after Episode I and continues to dazzle in the special effects department. It introduces the audience to the Clone Wars and shows the Jedi for the first time as the proud warriors that they are and reintroducing Boba Fett and his father Jango. There are some dialogue problems here and there but on the whole this film is worth the watch.
Worse than Episode I.
Featuring some of the worst dialogue in movie history 'sand is irritating and gets everywhere...'
The best parts of the movie for me are:
Jango Fett (the fight scene in the rain is class)
Obi-Wan's starfighter (such a great little ship)
The worst offenders are:
Hayden Christensen's attempts at acting (the same goes or Episode III
Ewan Mcgregor's sometimes real and sometimes fake beard. The beard thing is so distracting. Sometimes he looks cool, and other times he looks like someone has stuck cat hair to his face.
The Phantom Menace takes a lot of flack for being the worst in the series, but this film makes The Phantom Menace look like Shakespeare.
Those other comments do not understand Star wars Lore or anything involving it, so, take it from a TRUE fan, This is Good
Just completely awful only one section of this film is enjoyable and thats the battle in the geonosian areana.. Loads of Jedi against a droid army and then the clone wars begins!! and thats it! Alot that is said is left in mystery such as when Obi Wan went to see the droid army and we hear for the first time ever about Cipher diaz (who?) It just hides everything from us. Don't forget Padme's and Anakins romance... Really forced on and creepy at the same time. Yoda's fight against Dooku is laughable aswell. Also how obi wan lost against dooku but won against Maul does not make sense. Alot is left unsaid and feels rush and just a bit pathetic.
I knew when C3PO had his head pulled along the floor and he said 'What a drag' that this was a sad day in the Star Wars Universe.
I remember going to the movie to see this. Yawn! The script was so predictable. Special effects were great but God almighty ... How boring!
Agree with comment that Hayden Christensen's over acting make this an unwatchable wincefest - an agonising viewing I wish I could take back.
An improvement on The Phantom Menace, largely due to more narrative drive and urgency...with help by increased screen time for Obi-Wan Kenobi and Yoda. Jango Fett and Count Dooku make for great new characters, and the final reel is 100% classic Star Wars. Image and sound is great throughout.
Hayden Christensen’s over acting was so excruciating that I had to bail from the movie theatre after 20 mins. Ep. III inflicts a similar amount of pain & suffering for the same reason.
Replace popcorn for a barf bag and you might get through it.