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Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones

Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones

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Released: 15 May 2002
Country of origin: US
Genre: Adventure, Action, Sci-Fi
Production companies: Lucasfilm Ltd.
Watched by: 7 904 of 871 753
Runtime: 2 hours 22 minutes
IMDB rating: 6.6 of 10 762 844
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Following an assassination attempt on Senator Padmé Amidala, Jedi Knights Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi investigate a mysterious plot that could change the galaxy forever.

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

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Captain_Rex
Captain_Rex
13 Nov 2022, 20:37 # Show original
No matter how much we hate this part, it gave us the Clone Wars.
And Anakin, who doesn't like sand.
Evittta
Evittta
25 Dec 2023, 11:46 # Show original
I love both parts equally (this and the next), not without Hayden's merit/Anakin and how his attraction to Padma and the depravity of his thoughts were shown. It is not surprising that according to the classics of cinema, after such epic roles, the career of actors is abruptly waning, as in his case. Well, for all my dislike of Portman, I admit she looked magical in this role.
megajonyk
megajonyk
PRO
09 Jan 09:04 # Show original
The first part of the film is steeped in intrigue and secrets, and the second is epic and scale, an interesting combination turned out, the 2nd place from the prequel trilogy!!!!
Amiko_Novich
Amiko_Novich
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11 Jan 03:21 # Show original
I'm watching it for the first time. I was the only one wildly disturbed by the moment when Anakin tells me that he had just slaughtered all the Tusken women and children like cattle, and Padme responds to this with something in the spirit of "well, he freaked out and freaked out, who does not happen to". No horror, no disgust, no surprise—no reaction at all. And then she continues to mess with him as if nothing had happened. As I have already understood, there are enough holes, oddities and inconsistencies in the plots, but this directly contradicts the character of the character and completely erases the possibility of believing in what is happening. I also missed the moment, who created the clone army after all? The Jedi didn't even know about her existence, how could they use them? Why, when their existence was revealed, did their customers not get ahead of the Jedi? And what role did Boba Fett play in this? I'm on medications that impair memory and cognitive abilities, so maybe I'm just being dumb, but I'd appreciate an explanation.
Evittta
Evittta
11 Jan 20:43 # Show original
@Amiko_Novich: you just need to look further, until the end of episode 6, to get a complete picture of what is happening and close some plot holes for yourself. Although the further away there will be more of them (holes), but this does not spoil the overall impression of 1-6 episodes.
And the moment with the execution of the Tusken, well, it makes sense here: the characters are at war, constantly on the verge of death, they have feelings, here either you or you are Padme's absolutely sane reaction. Otherwise, you have correctly focused on this moment, it will become the key one later.
eisen
eisen
18 Mar 07:39 #
Шедевр!
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