Attack of the Clones. The second installment in the Star Wars prequels.
I liked this one better than The Phantom Menace.
Jar Jar Binks is still in the movie, but much less than the previous one. His role is more in the background, it’s not as important – I know, I’m saying he had an important role to play in The Phantom Menace, and it’s true.
Watch the movie to see what I mean.
For those of you who have seen it, you know what I’m talking about, right?
Special CGI effects are still pretty much in every scene. And as always, some are downright good, while others don’t give the scenes proper treatment.
On the plus side, there’s Jedi…lots of them! You can’t help it but be amazed when there’s this much Jedi on screen at once.
Epic Force grandeur!
Here’s the story of Attack of the Clones:
Ten years have passed since the Battle of Naboo. Civil war is about to erupt in the galaxy.
Master Jedi Obi-Wan Kenobi and his Jedi apprentice, Anakin Skywalker, are each assigned a task.
Master Kenobi is to investigate on an attempt to assassinate senator Padme Amidala. Anakin will keep an eye on the senator. A love affair will blossom between the two, even if Anakin is forbidden by the Jedi counsel to have such relationships.
Count Dooku, the instigator and leader of the Separatist army, calls upon his loyal subjects to push war on the Republic.
The Clone Wars are imminent.
Will the Republic prevail, or will the Separatist movement engage in a deadly confrontation with the newly created grand army of the Republic?
You can check more information about “Attack of the Clones” on the Wookieepedia site here.
Please be aware, the film’s description contains SPOILERS. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
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A long time ago, in a blog far, far away…
Dominic Paré, a Star Wars fan