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Star Wars, Episode II: Attack of the Clones (Widescreen Edition)

Hayden Christensen , Natalie Portman , George Lucas    PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)   DVD
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Dix années ont passé depuis les événements de La Menace fantôme… Padme Amidala, devenue sénatrice, s'oppose fermement à la création d'une armée de la République, destinée à contrer les complots séparatistes de plusieurs sénateurs. Des menaces de mort planant sur elle, l'Ordre Jedi décide d'envoyer à ses côtés pour la protéger Obi-Wan et son jeune disciple Anakin, qui n'a pas oublié Padme… Second volet de la saga galactique, L'Attaque des clones a su combler toutes les attentes des fans et des autres : un scénario étoffé, des personnages aux dimensions psychologiques approfondies, des combats attendus et très loin d'être décevants – notamment entre Obi-Wan et Jango Fett, sous la pluie (une première pour un combat au sabre laser !) –, et surtout le duel final opposant le sage Yoda au maléfique et athlétique comte Dooku, interprété par un Christopher Lee étonnant (soixante-dix-neuf ans au moment du tournage…), sont parmi les nombreux morceaux de bravoure du film… Les effets spéciaux se sont affinés, et le bonheur provient particulièrement de tous les indices, les éléments d'explication sur tous les mystères parsemés au fil des trois premiers épisodes. Inutile de préciser que, comme à l'accoutumée, les DVD sont truffés de suppléments, et qu'il vous faudra des heures avant d'arriver au terme de cette attaque ultime. --David Rault

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Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (Widescreen Edition)

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2.0 out of 5 stars My Take on Mr. Lucas July 16 2004
OK, here's my rant. I'll keep it brief (unlike some other reviewers)
Best Parts:
1. Phantom Menace - Pod Race, Darth Maul
2. Attack of the Clones - Yoda's lightsaber flight
That's it. Everything else in these films is an utter joke. I could go on for many paragraphs, but I'll spare you. You gotta realize that there was a reason George didn't direct Empire or Jedi. He's an awful director. He has no ear for dialogue. The newer digital film process looks really awful. Only good ol' George could manage to waste the talents of Christopher Lee, Sam Jackson, Ewan McGregor, and Natalie Portman. And I think Hayden Christensen is the only other actor who possesses Keanu Reeves' atrocious wooden technique. His Anakin doesn't possess darkness, just stupidity. I hope Lucas gets a tumor in that fat double chin of his. If you don't like it, sue me. He's destroyed the meaning of my childhood favorites, so the hell with him. Do you really think the next film is going to make up for it? Only if it's about four hours long and is directed by someone else.
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I am writing on behalf of all the Star Wars movies. Sure the prequals aren't life changing but they still make the cut worthy of the title Star Wars.Back in the 70s/early 80s America needed a major facelift. We had nothin to look foward to anymore and just went by living. The movies out back then were dark and dreary. our common mythology had faded into the closet. Then came Star Wars. It was just supposed to be another space family film that would eventually be forgotten about. We were decieved. What George Lucas put on this Earth was meant to be. He dragged us out of the gutter and gave us something to talk about. People had a place to escape to and run away from there troubles. It wasn't like your average cowboy movie where you know the outcome and the setting. It was a strange galaxy with weird looking creatures and strange spaceships. It was all so real and lifelike. It was the total opposite of Star Trek. It was cool. People wanted more. They got two more. Each delivering there own set of memories. The lines became legendary. The sound of a light saber instantly recognizable. Movies nowadays are always borrwing lines and plots of other movies. Star Wars only borrowed one thing. Creativity. The Star Wars story was pulled out of mid-air. It wasn't like George Lucas said he wanted to make a space movie kind of like an old western. He created the idea of A Space Saga Trilogy. He's the one who threw us into this exciting new world called Star Wars. Fans wanted more. They got comics and books. then Star Wars movies were no more. They were still in the movies. Oter movies had borrowed lines and plots for their own. Thats why Star Wars is pop culture ICON. That is what the prequals lack. Read more ›
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2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing entry shows the weaknesses of Lucas July 11 2004
This is a debate I recently had with George Lucas. (This "debate" is partially inspired by the posts of other viewers, and I apologize if there's any plagiarizing. I just thought it would be funny)
GEORGE LUCAS: With my integration of CGI and completely computer-generated characters into my films, "Star Wars" is now the ultimate power in the universe!
LORD TAYLOR: Do not be so impressed with these technological marvels know as the "prequels" that you have created. The power to computer-generate an image and give a voice to it is insignificant compared with the power of human actors.
LUCAS: Spare me your empty talk of "human acting", Lord Taylor! Your sad devotion to that ancient method of filmmaking will not stop me from completely computer-generating my films, and making millions at the box office...
(LORD TAYLOR chokes him to death with the Force)
Getting serious now, it is the level of acting and dialogue in the prequels that is killing the magic of the "Star Wars" franchise. Lucas was never very good in these arenas, but he has somehow hit a new low in "Attack of the Clones". In some stretches, I found this movie to be something that I have never before seen in a "Star Wars" film- boring.
The main problem with "Attack of the Clones" is that it spends a huge amount of time on a love story that is far from captivating- in fact, it's not even interesting. The fact that a strong woman like Padme would fall in love with the whiny and unsympathetic Anakin Skywalker seems like an absurd idea from the beginning. I initially blamed the acting for the lack of believability in the love story, but now I realize that Christensen and Portman were doing the best they could.
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3.0 out of 5 stars The magic is gone July 8 2004
It goes without saying that an installment of the Star Wars series will have superlative effects, and that's why I give it as many stars as I do. It's effective eye candy, although I think director-writer George Lucas may have reached the point of diminishing returns. The whole film has a very artificial, superficial look to it and the actors are like zombies. No doubt spending their days in front of green screens and blue screens and fretting about maintaining proper eye contact with CGI creatures that wouldn't be finished for another seven months put some constraints on their spontaneity. As for the story, there's a lot of political intrigue that I didn't care about and a romance that didn't convince me. Wasn't anyone else bothered by the fact that Anakin Skywalker's (Hayden Christensen) aging process appeared to have overtaken Queen Amidala's (Natalie Portman)? Wasn't he seven or eight in the last film, while she was about nineteen? Now they seem to be the same age.
Not a horrible film, but certainly not worthy of being part of such a high-grossing franchise.
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5.0 out of 5 stars merci
je suis contente pour un dvd usge..
il est en tres bon état..
la pochette plus les cd
ceci va bien complete la collection de mes grands.
Published 9 months ago by clau
5.0 out of 5 stars fast shipping, good quality!
shipping was incredibly fast! everything was in good condition; movie ran very smoothly. will definitely buy from this seller again!
Published on Dec 29 2011 by yifan
1.0 out of 5 stars How can so many people give this crap three stars or better?
Seriously, is this what comes of public education? Hundreds of people taking time to praise this as some kind of cinematic masterwork? Read more
Published on July 16 2010 by Scott Whitfield
4.0 out of 5 stars The power of fantasy: re-watching all the Star Wars saga
ON A COLD WINTER DAY, LIVE AGAIN THE EPIC ADVENTURE THAT MADE HISTORY: We just had a re-run of all the Star Wars movies. Read more
Published on Nov. 23 2009 by Silvia B
1.0 out of 5 stars A Disgrace
Simply put, Attack of the Clones is the worst movie in the entire saga. From the stilted dialogue, to the wooden performances, to the CG sets. Read more
Published on Sept. 24 2008 by D. Schmitt
4.0 out of 5 stars chapter 2(3.5/5)
Attack of the Clones is a better effort than "The Phantom Menace".in
chapter two we've moved ahead a few years. Read more
Published on Sept. 22 2007 by falcon
3.0 out of 5 stars "Way Better Than Episode 1"
INTRO:Star Wars doesn`t really need any introduction,the original Star Wars movies were and still are brilliant and entertaining,but the first of three prequel,1999`s "The Phantom... Read more
Published on Aug. 31 2007 by Tommy Sixx Morais
5.0 out of 5 stars The Wars rage on, and get better and better!!!
Those three long years were worth the wait. This movie, panned by many, still deserves the respect given to the other four in the series. Read more
Published on March 3 2006 by Trisha M Vadnais
5.0 out of 5 stars Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (Widescreen)
This is the best darn DVD in the whole wide world!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Published on Dec 15 2004 by Ethan Kellen
4.0 out of 5 stars The first all digital film
This film was a great technical achievement, and a good movie to boot. The first time I saw it on the normal theater. Read more
Published on Nov. 4 2004 by Ryan G
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