Star Wars, Episode II: Attack of the Clones (Widescreen Edition) (Bilingual) [Import]
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The STAR WARS saga continues on DVD with Episode II Attack of the Clones. Anakin Skywalker has grown into an accomplished Jedi apprentice, and he faces his most difficult challenge yet as he must choose between his Jedi duty and forbidden love. Relive the adventure the way it was meant to be seen in spectacular digital clarity, including the climactic Clone War battle and Jedi Master Yoda in the ultimate lightsaber duel. Experience this 2-disc set that features over six hours of bonus materials, and see how Episode II unlocks the secrets of the entire STAR WARS saga.
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 RaultSee all Product Description
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Even Christophor Lee (who's been in some bad movies) looks like he just wants to leave. The direction is boring by the numbers. Natalie Portman's character turns into a belly shirt wearing pin-up girl (her daughter, Leia, would be ashamed) and Anakin whines and pouts way too much. And they once again kill the cool antagonist so he won't be there for the third film.
Disc has lots of features if you want to see some more bad acting in the deleted scenes, features of special effects (ILM needs some new tricks because Peter Jackson's WETA digital is fast surpassing them). And possibly some of the most boring commentary ever heard on a movie.
I really hope Lucas never pens another movie, he needs to let the franchise go and give others a shot at it.
REVIEW:After the mistep that was "The Phantom",fans questionned themselves over wheter or not "Attack Of The Clones" was worth watching,well it actually is!Its definatly not another stinker like episode I.Episode II offers more action,a better storyline and while not extremely great it is worth watching.In this episode we start to see the transition of Anakin Skywalker from good to bad in his journey to become the evil Darth Vader.At this point it becomes clear that Anakin can`t control his anger and his feelings for Padme threaten to make him go to the dark side.While not "evil" in this episode,Anakin accumulates frustration and anger but it isn`t until episode III "Revenge Of The Sith"
that he will really become evil and achieve his destiny.
STORYLINE:Ten years after the events of episode I,Anakin Skywalker has matured to become a powerfull young Jedi with the help of Master Kenobi.The movie starts with an intense chase that takes a while to finnish so its action right from the start.Anakin is very arrogant and his feelings for Padme only causes him trouble,his love for her is something that he can`t control.A clone army has been put to action ten years before it was supposed to and they have to deal with the evil count Doku.The storyline is hard to describe and CAN be comfusing if you don`t know Star Wars a lot or haven`t seen any movies.Read more ›
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.
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.Read more ›
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Seriously, is this what comes of public education? Hundreds of people taking time to praise this as some kind of cinematic masterwork? Read morePublished on July 16 2010 by Scott Whitfield
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 morePublished on Nov. 23 2009 by Silvia B
Attack of the Clones is a better effort than "The Phantom Menace".in
chapter two we've moved ahead a few years. Read more
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 morePublished on March 3 2006 by Trisha M Vadnais
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