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Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones

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Thursday, May 23 2002

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones

So in a post-September 11th world replete with conflicts from Afghanistan to continuous Palestinian-Israeli disputes, the lines between good and evil often seem blurry, and the cut-and-dry antics of galactic warriors instill a sense of hope, a realization of what morality should be. Who would've thought that the likes of Yoda, Obi Wan Kenobi and Chewbacca would serve as heroes for a celluloid generation whose sense of a world order would become crystal clear as a result of a few fictional characters?"


Tuesday, May 14 2002

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones

There are so very many characters playing central roles in the second half of the series, and accounting for all of their geneses is tricky indeed.


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Monday, October 11 2010

The Deep Waters of 'Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones'

Episode II is remembered by fans more for its awful dialogue and confusing action sequences than the mythological nuance of the Padme/Anakin romance, the corruption of Count Dooku, or Obi Wan's sweet beard-mullet combo.


Thursday, August 12 2010

Revisiting the 'Star Wars' Prequels

In the final analysis, the Star Wars prequels are a lovingly created, intricately woven story which attempts to sidle up to its predecessor by affecting a lightness that comes off more haphazard than whimsical. Careful planning and creative stall are both evident in the finished product.


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