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Star Wars: The Clone Wars
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
Fortunately there are way better episodes of the regular show that you could watch in half the time it takes to watch this.
In what is actually the first (and also canon) spin-off Star Wars film, tons of concepts from the legendary Clone Wars are fleshed out in this picture of the same name.
As the jumping off point for the television series as well, I can certainly say with confidence that the majority of the show's episodes are better than this movie. That's not to say that this is bad, but you should really prepare to put up with an interesting plot and the whiny nature of new character Ahsoka Tano (before she develops into a highly fleshed out character in the TV series).
The animation style of The Clone Wars is truly unique and fits the Star Wars brand well with…
Good - but the romance was tackily done although Padme Amidala's costumes continue to please
I got this film when i was younger. It got me into star wars.
The animated series is a better Clone Wars thing to stick with.
Weak. Not that I was expecting much, I had heard this was bad. Although I have heard that the Clone Wars series is quite good, so me being the completist that I am decided to get this one out of the way so I could experience that next. There's a bit of cool action but the plot involving the Hutts was bad and the voice acting for the most part didn't work well either
Although a bit bland and boring at times, Star Wars: The Clone Wars is an enjoyable film with good action and some fun scenes. Keep in mind, this is probably more targeted towards younger audiences than the other films.
I am amazed that the Star Wars brand is still going after this abomination.
Shouldn't have been forced into a film. The TV series however is brilliant at many points and adds to a lot of Star Wars lore.
The most watched animated movies of all time according to IMDB.