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Attack of the Clones




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Most real fans won't be disappointed with Episode II.

George Lucas has returned to his old form with a highly enjoyable, eyepopping, and crowd-pleasing homage to Saturday serials of the 30s and 40s.

There's something for everyone. Just the rip-roaring light saber battle (which now is a trademark of Star Wars) that climaxes this blockbuster alone justifies the price of admission for me.

The bottom line, it's just big fun.

Star Wars: Episode II--Attack of the Clones has something for everybody: a love interest with no chemistry, a plot so complicated that even the actors can't follow it, and dialogue so corny that you have to laugh out loud.

But it also has those amazing CGI effects which will astound, delight, and perplex even the youngest Jedi.

Ewan McGregor is terrific as Obi-Wan Kenobi, but it's Yoda who steals this show.

With you, the force must be.

I liked the exciting and stirring music of John Williams right from the start to the end of the film.

I also liked the sound effects and special digital effects, combined with costumes, models, props, and exotic locations that I thought were worth the price of admission to see.

I'm looking forward to Episode III.

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