Rated PG · 98 minutes · 2008

Action, Adventure, Animated, Drama, Fantasy, Science fiction
This animated sequel to Star Wars: Episode II—Attack of the Clones is a nonstop laser battle of exploding droids and dying clones. It also introduces a sassy, tween-age Jedi-in-training. She’s supposed to be nearly too young to begin Jedi training, yet they dress her in a leather bandeau and knee-high boots. So if you want to ogle animated 13-year-old space-alien flesh, this is the movie for you. The story has something to do with a kidnapping, a clone war, some evil droids and a plot to frame the Jedis, but it all comes at you so fast and with so much noise that I found it hard to care. Still, I think 12-to-14-year old kids would enjoy this, because they like cartoons, and explosions, and they pretty much have no taste whatsoever.

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Official Site: www.starwars.com/theclonewars
Director: Dave Filoni
Producer: George Lucas and Catherine Winder
Cast: Matt Lanter, Ashley Eckstein, James Arnold Taylor, Dee Bradley Baker, Tom Kane, Samuel Jackson, Anthony Daniels, Christopher Lee, Ian Abercrombie, Nika Futterman, Corey Burton, Catherine Taber, Matthew Wood, Kevin Richardson and David Acord


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Portland Mercury Worse than Jar Jar Is Star Wars: The Clone Wars a new start for the series, or just another attack of a clone? by Erik Henriksen 08/14/2008

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