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Episode 2 Reviews 16 May, 2002, 10:24 / 4 comments

The House of Mojo review of Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones is now available. Currently there are 3 reviews by 3 people giving different views. More will be added by other staffers at some point! Oh yeah there may be some spoilers in some of them, but not the first one :)

You can discuss Episode II, whether you've seen it or not, in the dedicated forums.

Comments

  • Scummbuddy on 16 May, 2002, 11:18…
    hahaha. my yoda can beat up your yoda. can someone write an article stating the plot holes because i really didn't notice any. I do admit watching the movie at 12 in the morning wont help with my understanding and at times i did feel lost. but i just smiled and took in the movie. but hey, ive got tickets to go again, tonight, so Rock On jedi.
  • spaff on 17 May, 2002, 06:06…
    I reckon after watching it again, my views wil be less harsh, but not completley.

    as for plot holes... someone will write an article in a small while im sure!
  • The_Petrified_Monkey on 17 May, 2002, 09:11…
    Don't take this personally but, why are you reacting so hysterically???

    What did you expect the film to be like? I think it was a resounding success in the sense that everyone I went with, from diehard to newbie, enjoyed it. It wasn't brilliant, bits of it were absolutely brilliant, but overall it's what everyone expects.

    Lucas doing love?? Why do you think he steered clear of it in the original trilogy? He can't do decent dialogue. You can't fault his visual senses.

    As for the plot holes, there was so much to get into that film and a fair bit missing that they will stick out. But all of the films so far have had plot holes.

    You have to sit back and look at the grander picture. Ok, Phantom may not stand up on it's own but it does just as well as jedi with a poor storyline (god damn those EWOKS! They're eating my CHHEEEEESSEEE!!!)

    Anyway... I look forward to seeing it completed, not segmented. The DVD may even broaden the picture but don't be so anally analytical.

    (I did say not to take this personally but there are my views and I stick to them. I thoroughly enjoyed the film. No way could it be seen as a great film but it was fun and isn't that what the medium of cinema is there for.)
  • Narrative on 16 May, 2002, 11:07…
    Ooooooooooooooh, conflicting controversial views...

    /me hacks and hisses at Spaff

    :-D

    I want Yoda to be my dad.