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  • Clone Wars will appeal only to the most tolerant, galactically minded children and their parents. show more

  • The best that can be said about the movie is that it's harmless and mostly charmless. The Clone Wars is to Star Wars what karaoke is to pop music. show more

  • The largely uninspired Clone Wars feels landlocked. In the absence of any extensive innovation, the video game-ready results play more like a feature-length promo for the imminent TV series of the same name than a stand-alone event. show more

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  • March 18, 2012 Dry Master
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    Honestly, the Clone Wars is one of the worst Star Wars movies. The main reason is the animation and charactor development which ruins the Star Wars Style. Most people, including me hope Lucas would make some live action Star Wars and create something that you don\'t have to think so much about it when you could 99 plus 1% know you like it. (my opinion)

  • March 03, 2009 ryanwking
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    I love the path of the Jedi.Capton Rex rocks!!!!!! I can't beleve the first secon is almost over! I want to see the last two shows right now!! I want to see the next secon right now!! I love Anakon and Asoka!!!

  • December 02, 2008 Xsec713X
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    This movie will always be behind the 8-ball. It's inevitable that it won't live up to the standards set forth in the last 3 Star Wars films produced, as it's an animated feature. I speculate if this movie had come out between episode 2 and 3, it might have been received better, but at this point everyone who's not a complete Star Wars geek is probably saying, "Oh George Lucas, you just had to milk the Star Wars franchise for one more", and to a certain degree I would say the same. This movie should have been aired on Cartoon Network from the get-go. It's not bad, but it's not Theater worthy. The only reason this OK slice of Jedi history was put into theaters was because of Mr. Lucas' greed. First you sell the tickets, then the DVD, and then the toys. And then you produce the tie-in tv series, sell that on DVD, and then make some toys off the show. In short... I liked this movie, but I hate George Lucas.