The Clone Wars is George Lucas' latest attempt to capitalize on the Star Wars franchise and not a bad attempt at that. Since this is animated the cast are able to fully utilize the arsenals at their disposal, and boy do they. The story goes a little something like this: Count Dooku has kidnapped Jaba's son in an effort to frame the Jedi and gain control of the space around the outer rim. Anakin is sent to retrieve the little slug affectionately named "Stinky" with his padawan Ahsoka Tano. From the beginning these two have more of a brother/sister relationship than a teacher/student one, but it does work for Anakin. As expected the war never stops in this film and double cross after double cross the Jedi finally succeed in the mission. I enjoyed it, but I can easily see that this film might not be for everyone.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars works best if you're able to accept it as what it was: The pilot episode for the TV show. Much as detractors can be loathe to admit it, The Clone Wars is a necessary part of the Star Wars canon. Think about what we actually KNOW about the Clone Wars when Obi-Wan Kenobi first mentioned them in the original Star Wars: It's a war that involves clones. Although I'm one of the Prequel Trilogy's defenders, I'm certainly not blind to its flaws, and one … more
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Star Wars: The Clone Wars is a 2008 CGI animated science-fiction film that follows the continuing adventures within the Star Wars universe. It is set between Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, and Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.