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Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones
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Original Title: Star Wars Episode II - Attack of the Clones
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Release: 2002-05-15
Runtime: 142 min.
Genre: Adventure, Action, Science Fiction
Country: United States of America
Subtitle: English, French, Spanish, Swedish, Danish, Suomi, Irish, Mandarin Chinese, Arabic, Portuguese, Russian, German, Dutch, Afrikaans, Hindustani, Bengali, Swahili, Persian, Turkish, Italian, Japanese, Filipino, Tiếng Việt, Melayu, Indonesia
Stars: Ewan McGregor, Natalie Portman, Hayden Christensen, Ian McDiarmid, Samuel L. Jackson, Christopher Lee
Plot: 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.
Obi Wan Kenobi

Characters : Obi Wan Kenobi

Actor : Ewan McGregor

Padmé Amidala

Characters : Padmé Amidala

Actor : Natalie Portman

Anakin Skywalker

Characters : Anakin Skywalker

Actor : Hayden Christensen

Chancellor Palpatine

Characters : Chancellor Palpatine

Actor : Ian McDiarmid

Mace Windu

Characters : Mace Windu

Actor : Samuel L. Jackson

Count Dooku

Characters : Count Dooku

Actor : Christopher Lee

C-3PO / Dannl Faytonni

Characters : C-3PO / Dannl Faytonni

Actor : Anthony Daniels

R2-D2

Characters : R2-D2

Actor : Kenny Baker

Yoda (Voice)

Characters : Yoda (Voice)

Actor : Frank Oz

Jar Jar Binks / Achk Med-Beq (voice)

Characters : Jar Jar Binks / Achk Med-Beq (voice)

Actor : Ahmed Best

Shmi Skywalker

Characters : Shmi Skywalker

Actor : Pernilla August

Govenor Sio Bibble

Characters : Govenor Sio Bibble

Actor : Oliver Ford Davies

Watto (voice)

Characters : Watto (voice)

Actor : Andrew Secombe

Ki-Adi-Mundi / Viceroy Nute Gunray

Characters : Ki-Adi-Mundi / Viceroy Nute Gunray

Actor : Silas Carson

Madame Jocasta Nu

Characters : Madame Jocasta Nu

Actor : Alethea McGrath

Jango Fett

Characters : Jango Fett

Actor : Temuera Morrison

Senator Bail Organa

Characters : Senator Bail Organa

Actor : Jimmy Smits

Capt. Typho

Characters : Capt. Typho

Actor : Jay Laga'aia

Boba Fett

Characters : Boba Fett

Actor : Daniel Logan

Zam Wesell

Characters : Zam Wesell

Actor : Leeanna Walsman

Cliegg Lars

Characters : Cliegg Lars

Actor : Jack Thompson

Owen Lars

Characters : Owen Lars

Actor : Joel Edgerton

Beru

Characters : Beru

Actor : Bonnie Piesse

Queen Jamillia

Characters : Queen Jamillia

Actor : Ayesha Dharker

Dormé

Characters : Dormé

Actor : Rose Byrne

Cordé

Characters : Cordé

Actor : Veronica Segura

Elan Sleazebaggano

Characters : Elan Sleazebaggano

Actor : Matt Doran

Gilramos Libkath

Characters : Gilramos Libkath

Actor : Alan Ruscoe

Dexter Jettster (voice)

Characters : Dexter Jettster (voice)

Actor : Ron Falk

Lama Su (voice)

Characters : Lama Su (voice)

Actor : Anthony Phelan

Taun We (voice)

Characters : Taun We (voice)

Actor : Rena Owen

Hermione Bagwa / WA-7

Characters : Hermione Bagwa / WA-7

Actor : Susie Porter

Plo Koon

Characters : Plo Koon

Actor : Matt Sloan

Mas Amedda

Characters : Mas Amedda

Actor : David Bowers

Naboo lieutenant

Characters : Naboo lieutenant

Actor : Steve John Shepherd

Clone Trooper

Characters : Clone Trooper

Actor : Bodie Taylor

Senator Orn Free Taa

Characters : Senator Orn Free Taa

Actor : Matt Rowan

Senator Ask Aak / Passel Argente

Characters : Senator Ask Aak / Passel Argente

Actor : Steven Boyle

Kit Fisto

Characters : Kit Fisto

Actor : Zachariah Jensen

J.K. Burtola

Characters : J.K. Burtola

Actor : Alex Knoll

Mari Amithest

Characters : Mari Amithest

Actor : Phoebe Yiamkiati

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" The collective fever that characterized the countdown to The Phantom Menace had long since dissipated by the time the first sequel prequel rolled off the ILM production line. Casual spectators, once stung, had decamped en masse to the newly discovered Middle-Earth, leaving George Lucas with just the few million hardcore fans - true believers who, with all the apprehension of parents at a nativity play, willed their defrocked hero back towards respectability. There are certainly stretches in the patchy Attack Of The Clones when Lucas’ flat-packed dialogue struggles to keep the hecklers quiet – Anakin’s seduction of the former Queen has all the charm of a teenage lunge behind the bike-sheds and none of the feeling – but by the time climactic ‘reel six’ cranks into high gear the saga’s reputation as the godfather of modern sci-fi spectacle is more or less restored. Indeed, when Yoda finally unsheathes his mini-saber and kicks Sith ass the faithful can reliably be found standing on seats hollering as if the outcome was never in doubt. But, as the little Jedi might say, in doubt it was. Where Episode V fairly zipped around the galaxy with all the breezy confidence of youth, unafraid to travel anywhere, even dark places, the second middle child of the saga is saddled with an altogether heavier burden from which it struggles to escape. Empire hits the ground running on ice planet Hoth, Clones however, has a truly cold start to contend with, aware perhaps that the movie’s most pressing task is to simply atone for the more egregious sins of Episode I. Thus, Jar Jar is quickly sidelined, the upgraded CGI Yoda gets a showcase and those damn Amidala-clones are killed off on page one. On Coruscant we also meet the grown-up ‘Ani’ - okay so he’s a whiny teenager but that’s still a vast improvement on the bowl-haired moppet the world was asked to root for in 1999. Also more powerful than when last we met is Ewan McGregor’s Obi-Wan, the Jedi who was simply wan in Menace is a much more forceful presence as a full-bearded Master, struggling manfully with the endless exposition and even landing the odd punchline. As with Empire, the protagonists are separated for the second act: while Obi-Wan is busy uncovering the conspiracy of the Clones, Anakin and Padme turn into colourless clones of Han and Leia in the romance stakes. There are pleasures (Obi-Wan squares off against Jango Fett) and pitfalls (Anakin and Padme have a picnic) in roughly equal measure throughout this flabby middle act but as with Episode I mostly you get a sense of drama that is willed into being, a necessary bridge to Episode III that requires Lucas to traverse territory – romance, politics – he is simply not comfortable in. Matters improve greatly in the final forty minutes: Christopher Lee’s Count Dooku arrives to provide some much needed gravitas, C-3PO turns up to do his C-3PO thing and Padme puts on a skin-tight white leotard. Best of all, Lucas finally cuts loose. The classic trilogy bristled with seat-of-your-pants filmmaking, our heroes bouncing from cliffhanger to cliffhanger, and in the final section of Episode II – almost four hours into this prequel enterprise - Lucas at last cranks up to this Saturday morning serial pace: from the Tex Avery goofiness of the droid factory, to the Cecil B. De Mille grandeur of the gladiator arena, the action never lets up. Also in the last reel we finally get to divine something of Lucas’ grand design, with ironic pay-offs for the fans still paying close attention - it is the witless Jar Jar who makes the creation of a clone army possible and Yoda who first leads what will become Stormtroopers into battle. In its own way, the end of Episode II is every bit as dark as the famous end of Episode V. Unsurprisingly, the least anticipated movie of the saga suffered at the box office – Episode IV raked in more money at the US box office back in 1977 – and remains largely unloved by the fanbase for its emphasis on the central love story but despite no real improvement in dialogue or acting it functions perfectly well as an old fashioned romantic epic, complete with standalone set-pieces, rich political intrigue and a painters’ pallette. Indeed, so indebted is Lucas to David O. Selznick here, ultimately he may have been better served abandoning his own trilogy structure and boiling both Episodes I and II down to a 3-hour Gone With The Wind style classic – an approach that would have at least halved all that damn anticipation. Verdict - The middle episode that can make a virtue of its bridging role is rare indeed. And where The Empire Strikes Back dazzled with vertiginous cliffhangers, Clones is more typical of the breed, necessary but not vital. However, as we make the awkward journey through Anakin’s teenage trials a sparkling digital print ensures there is still much to marvel at, not least a little green fella who is surprisingly quick on the draw. 3/5 - Colin Kennedy, Empire Magazine"

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