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Comments about the soundtrack for Star Wars: Attack of the Clones (John Williams)

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Re: Worst Star Wars movie up to now
• Posted by: MSM
• Date: Tuesday, May 28, 2002, at 6:39 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Worst Star Wars movie up to now (Matthew)

> Come on, how could you say Attack of the Clones is the worst? Remember a
> little movie that came out about three years ago called The Phantom
> Menace? And yes, Yoda definitely stole the show in this movie, we saw
> sides of him we had never seen before, and loved it!

Of course this movie if still a lot better than much other sf movies and it is still Star Wars of course. However, because it is a star wars movie I think it could have been at the high standard the original trilogy was.
I think TMP was somewhat too childish but I m inclined to wink at this because it's has been an enormous job to invent and start the new prequel trilogy; but with this film as a basis the second one could have had a more solid script. With regard to what Roberto said, he's right that the fight scene with Yoda couldn't have been done without CGI but I think the scene wasn't even necessary; Yoda always had a sort of mystical power with him, which is suddenly gone now. I always regarded him as the greatest of all jedi, but he appeared to be incapable in beating Dooku, which was a disappointment to me. But of course, overall, there was great action and they really did a lot work on this movie.

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