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Set between Episode II and III the Clone Wars is the first computer animated Star Wars film. Anakin and Obi Wan must find out who kidnapped Jabba the Hutts son and return him safely. The Seperatists will try anything to stop them and ruin any chance of a diplomatic agreement between the Hutt's and the Republic.
Jar Jar Binks is widely regarded as the most annoying character in the Star Wars Universe. Well I've just found someone even more annoying: Ahsoka Tano.
Following the end of the Star Wars prequel trilogy in 2005, George Lucas realised there was a whole other avenue to explore in order to milk his cash cow: animation. Many other franchises--Star Trek, Batman, X-Men--had dabbled in animated series but Star Wars had never taken the plunge beyond video game tie-ins being the closest. Seeing a narrative gap that also could be exploited, the several year gap between Episodes II & III which held the long-discussed but never seen Clone Wars in its continuity, Lucas knew it was fate: a Clone Wars TV-series telling this story he'd had to skip across between his major prequel movies. Episodes began to be produced by LucasFilm and Lucas became so impressed by what…
trying to lower my expectations for tomorrow.
this did the job.
"True to the spirit of Star Wars"...
"This film is not!"
Worse than the prequels
i love my beautiful space daughter ahsoka tano
"Ahsoka, a very wise Jedi once said, 'Nothing happens by accident.' It is the will of the Force that you are at my side. I just want to keep you there in one piece..."
Remember back in my Revenge of the Sith review when I mentioned that I felt like watching the Clone Wars cartoon? Well, it's taken me almost 6 months to act on that feeling, but I've finally started watching it. And in order to do so properly, I also had to re-watch the movie that spawned from it.
In retrospect, said movie feels like it should have never been shown in cinemas, and perhaps should have premiered on television as a feature-length pilot for the show instead,…
Works better than any sleeping pill
While the movie is sort of entertaining and intriguing, it feels like a glorified pilot that they had people PAY to see. It would have been nice if it was a TV movie maybe it could have worked. Despite all the movies positives, they are overshadowed by the fact that this was just a blatantly obvious cash grab.
So, it was possible to make something as pointless as the Christmas special from the prequels. Why is Ashoka so goddamn annoying? Why does it look like a low budget Samurai Jack? Why are the droids still absolutely dreadful and ruin every scene they are in?
Just a long episode of Clone Wars, extra Star Wars story I suppose, just not that compelling...
I'm not a big fan of Star Wars but this did look kind of interesting--I was in the mood for something animated. Unfortunately the dialogue was laughable, especially all of the "jokes" which came off as forced rather than funny. I can't that I really liked Clone Wars all that much. It was a little boring and predictable. I even fell asleep during the boss battle and didn't care enough to rewind it. Meh.
I'm a huge star wars fan, so going into this I was pretty hesitant, but I adored this movie. It was NOTHING like the originals, it had new characters, lots of "better" dialogue (I'm looking at you attack of the clones) overall it was a great watch
Interesting experiment leading up to the animated show but fails to truly set up real stakes for the heroes.
I didn't grow up on good films. I just grew up on crap, Hollywood films. My parents failed to add…