Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones - Somewhere in between Episode One and Episode Two, the Force came back -- the creative force that George Lucas seemed to have misplaced. This is a combo mix of exciting action and young romance, with the film smoothly shooting back and forth between the two. It's 10 years later, and young Anakin has become a feisty apprentice to Obi-Wan in the ways of the Jedi. Queen Amidala is now a senator, with assassins on her trail. Obi-Wan and Anakin do their best to save the day. Thrilling chases through the busy skies, comic relief from the robots, a terrific score and, oh yes, a few short appearances by Jar Jar Binks. (ES) Rated PG
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