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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
3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,248 customer reviews)

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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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5.0 out of 5 stars merci Nov. 7 2013
By clau
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Wars rage on, and get better and better!!! March 3 2006
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. I am not sure what people are demanding from Mr. Lucas. He is a master storyteller showing us what happens to Anakin. We all know what happens to him; this movie is explaining why he becomes so twisted and evil. This movie encapsulates everything in a neat, exciting, and interesting package. The dvd has a great set of extra features, a great hidden surprise(if you can find it...use the Force), and a plethora of other reasons it deserves its place in the Star Wars saga.
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By Jeff
This movie is better than Episode I but still has the cheesy acting. Anakin whines, etc... but it's neat to see him angry, 'mis-use his lightsaber' and stuggle between his love life, which is a no-no, and learning to become a Jedi Knight. We get to see the Clone Wars, LOTS of Jedi fighting, we meet the Fett's and the Clone/Storm troopers. We get a new villain, Count Dooku (they were originally going to use the character in the Clone Wars cartoon called Asajj Ventress in his stead), but I guess old-man Lucas wanted to show an old Ben gone bad. I personally feel that THIS should've been Episode I, but then again they're making the movies not me. I say this because Anakin and Obi-Wan as Jedi and the Clone Wars goes closer to the stories of the orignals. None of us really care about a 9 year old 'Ani'. But just you wait until STAR WARS EPISODE III REVENGE OF THE SITH....
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Star Wars Episode II: The Saga Continues...
In 2002, Star Wars fans celebrated the silver anniversary of the release of Episode IV: A New Hope (the first film actually released) in various ways...by going to the Cincinnati Celebration...by purchasing 25th Anniversary memorabilia (such as Hasbro's trio of Silver Anniversary "two-pack" mini dioramas - which I happen to own)...and by going to the local multiplex to watch Episode II - Attack of the Clones.
This movie has everything Star Wars fans love. A good screenplay, awesome visual and sound effects, a fantastic John Williams score...and...Yoda fights in this one!
Considering the undeserved "bad movie" reputation of its predecessor, The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones was received by most Star Wars fans with "This is more like it!" I think Episode II - with its more grown up Anakin Skywalker (Hayden Christensen) and its depiction of the beginning of the Clone Wars - is the film most fans wanted The Phantom Menace to be, without Jake Lloyd's "good little Ani" and certainly far less of the much maligned Jar Jar Binks. Yet, the more one watches Episode II (and the DVD's existence certainly makes this possible), the more one appreciates The Phantom Menace as a necessary piece of exposition. As some of my fellow customer reviewers have pointed out in their reviews of The Phantom Menace, all of the cornerstones and plot lines in Attack of the Clones were laid down in Episode I.
Episode II is set 10 years after the events of The Phantom Menace. With the defeat of the Trade Federation, Padme Amidala (Natalie Portman) has served her terms as Queen of Naboo and is now representing her home system in the Galactic Senate.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Sci-fi action fans will be immensely pleased. Nov. 17 2002
By Eric
Attack of the Clones has many of the same problems that plagued The Phantom Menace: the acting is often stilted, the dialogue is cheesy, and the love story is boring. Why then, do I give this film a high recommendation and consider it far superior to Episode I? The answer's simple: the action sequences are elaborate, magnificent and thrilling, and yes, there's more action here than in any of the other installments.
Continuing several years from where Phantom Menace left off, there's trouble brewing in the Republic as many star systems threaten a separatist movement. Senator Amidala's life is placed in danger after an assasination attempt, so Jedi Padewan Anakin Skywalker is assigned as her bodyguard while his master, Obi-Wan Kenobi, investigates who ordered the hit on Amidala. Meanwhile, Anakin and Amidala fall in love, but further trouble brews from a threat from a dark Jedi knight called Count Dooku.
Plot-wise, there's nothing particularly interesting about Episode II. As a matter of fact, I think Lucas' reasoning for coming up with such an awful title as Attack of the Clones would probably make for a slightly more intriguing tale than the love story between Anakin and Amidala. As for the clone army segments, they're certainly more captivating than the romance, but is hindered by contrivances and stupefyingly silly moments (take, for instance, the scene where Obi-Wan questions the clone engineers, who think he's there to inspect the clone army, but don't seem to realize how ignorant he is of the situation).
Somehow, George Lucas as a director manages to bring out the worst in an actor. The cast includes the likes of Ewan Mcgregor, Natalie Portman, Hayden Christensen, and Samuel L. Jackson.
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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?
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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!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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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
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5.0 out of 5 stars the best of the star wars movies
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