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The Star Wars case: Episode II - The Attack of the Clones
Star Wars: Episode II - The attack of the clones, written and directed by Georges Lucas in 2002, is the fifth film released on the big screen of the saga . Chronologically, the history of the second opus of the prelogy takes place 10 years after the events of Episode I. Count Dooku, ready to do anything to see a new diet, pushes the galaxy to the edge of the civil war. Paddé Amidala, targeted by an attack, is placed under the protection of Padawan Anakin Skywalker. Meanwhile, his mentor, Obi-Wan Kenobi goes to the research of the attack and falls on a mysterious army of clones for the Galactic Republic.
A badly loved prelogy
The prelogy is certainly not at the level of the original trilogy with regard to purely financial results, but it remains one of the most lucrative film series in the history of cinema with almost 2 billions of dollars generated at the box office. However, the new trilogy has made many disappointed. Receiving mixed opinions from part of the fans as well as the press, the three episodes are appreciated by the "Star Wars" community that perceives a new breath for saga. Relive on TMC The adventures of our emblematic Jedi and enjoy an evening with a galactic atmosphere. May the force be with you !
Star Wars: Episode II - The attack on the clones is broadcast on April 25 on TMC at 9:15 p.m., followed by Star Wars: Episode I - The ghost threat at 11:50 p.m.
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1 hour ago
I remained the prelogy recently and it is true that it remains below the first films for those who prefer action/adventure, to geopolitics. But in real life it goes anyway. Of course some Gnangnan scenes, see Digu with approximate players or script shortcuts, but we also count in the original trilogy. By cons postlogy nothing to do is a disaster
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