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  1. Chancellor Yoda

    Chancellor Yoda Jedi Master star 4

    Jul 25, 2014
    There was a thread a while ago, that basically called all fans of TPM forward and why they liked the film. So I thought why not ask fans of AOTC why they like the film. AOTC is at the bottom of my list yet I still like it, and would love to hear from all who love AOTC to share why they love it. :)
  2. Darth Plagueis the Wise

    Darth Plagueis the Wise Jedi Padawan

    Feb 26, 2016
    I'll bite.
    • The film deliberately raises and comments on a number of contemporary (and timeless) political issues. Most notably the rise and fall of political empires based on greed, deception, aggressiveness, hatred, and fear. Notable examples include:
    1. The rise of the Separatist movement forces the Galactic senate to debate the Military Creation Act (fear).
    2. The assassination attempts on Senator Amidala (aggressiveness).
    3. Palpatine receives emergency powers from the senate, giving rise to a dictator out of fear and deception.
    4. "It’s been my experience that senators are only focused on pleasing those who fund their campaigns— and they are more than willing to forget the niceties of democracy to get those funds" - Obi Wan (greed, deception).
    • The Coruscant chase sequence. What's not to love? Memorizing skyline. Lively atmosphere. Anakin and Obi Wan's banter/shenanigans. Anakin losing his lightsaber and being chastised by Obi-Wan. The lower city bar scene.[face_love]
    • The development of Anakin's backstory:
    1. His anger and frustration towards Obi-Wan's constant criticism, which foreshadows his disdain towards the Jedi Council in RotS.
    2. Him being constantly reminded that he's a reckless kid whose training is far from finished, while also being told that he's the chosen one whose meant to bring balance to the force. Talk about mixed messages! No wonder he's constantly whiny/frustrated/angry. He has far greater natural talent then most Jedi, but despite this, he's constantly suppressed by his peers/mentor. That would drive any 19/20 year-old INSANE!
    3. His inability to let go. We see this with his mother as well as with Padmé. He places the burden of his Mother's death partly on himself and partly on the Jedi Council for neglecting his wishes. This excellently leads into his fear for Padmé dying in RotS, while also planting the seeds for his hatred towards the Jedi Council. Perfect backstory if you ask me. ;)
    • Kamino. This is the kind of world-building that was missing in TFA, IMO. What a strikingly beautiful and creative planet. Not to mention the Kaminoan species, which were equally stunning and unique.
    • Obi-Wan vs. Jango Fett. Need I say more? =P~
    • The "Romeo and Juliet"-esque forbidden love between Anakin and Padmé. Call me crazy, but I though it was very accurately portrayed. To the people who say it's awkward, what did you expect? It a relationship between a slave-child and a former Queen for goodness sacks! Be realistic. I loved every awkward second of it. ;)
    • Shmi's death. Such a heartbreaking scene. Hits me right in the feels every time. :_|
    • Anakin killing the Tucken Raiders. Another well done scene. All the anger and frustration and torment within him is unleashed; and in that very moment, Darth Vader takes over. :eek:
    • The entire sequence of events on Geonosis. What a thrilling adventure! A failed rescue. A Gladiator-esque execution, which takes place in what is essentially a Roman Colosseum, featuring 3 Jedi vs. 3 terrifying beasts. A Jedi strike team led by none other then Mace Windu. A battalion of clone troopers, escorted by none other then Yoda. What a battle! =D=
    • The finale battle with Dooku. ^:)^ Loved Dooku's presence. Loved Anakin's arrogance. Loved Yoda putting Dooku in his place. And besides, what's a good Star Wars film without an epic lightsaber duel and at least one or two severed limbs?
    [face_relieved]I think that about covers it. [face_peace]

    -Darth Plagueis
  3. AstroDroid88

    AstroDroid88 Jedi Master star 4

    Jan 30, 2016
    Yeah, AOTC is at the bottom of my list as well. But there are some things that I like about the movie. Mainly just the creation of the Clone Army, the begin of the Clone Wars, you get to see more of the Jedi Temple and the planet Kamino. I'd honestly never want to live on that planet lol
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  4. jakobitis89

    jakobitis89 Jedi Master star 4

    Jan 27, 2015
    1. Jango Fett (A Fett who is actually badass instead of simply looking badass. Take notes, Boba.)
    2. Count Dooku (Christopher Lee! As a Sith! Hell yes.)
    3. The fight in the arena (duels are cool. A mass Jedi battle though... that's pretty much unique even now.)
    4. Erm... no, I'm done.
  5. AshiusX

    AshiusX Jedi Knight star 3

    Feb 7, 2016
    I don't completely hate ATOC. But its depressing to know there are several episodes of The Clone Wars that develop much better Anakin's character than the whole movie.

    That being said, here are couple of things I've enjoyed.

    1. Detective story angle with Obi Wan tracking Padme's killer then stubbornly on to the Clone Army.
    2. Anakin going after his mother to save her.
    3. Count Dooku's charisma. Seeing him rally all these different forces corporate and planetary to his side to form the Separatist alliance.
    4. The chase sequence through the Coruscant's nightlife was quite fun to watch.
  6. Davak24

    Davak24 Jedi Grand Master star 5

    Jul 15, 2015

    From the Zam speeder chase to the Battle of Geonosis has me on the edge of my seat to this day. Imo, the characters are great, the story is great, the Lightsaber fights are great, the other fights are great, the soundtrack is great, and everything else too.

    The movie still continues to amaze and intrigue me to this day. The fact that it feels like there's someone or something pulling the the strings behind it all, is the kind of exciting SW movie that I want to watch over and over again.

    When it's all said and done, AOTC is probably my favorite of the Saga.
  7. Sepra

    Sepra PT Book Club Host star 5 VIP - Game Host

    Jan 14, 2016
    AOTC is my second favorite of the Saga. Every time I watch it, I like it more. For me, usually movies get dull after about the sixth or so time I've seen it. I've watched this movie about 10 times now and still love it. That's probably my biggest reason for loving it, since it's hard to get more out of a movie like that.

    It's the little details that get me now. Anakin's sheepish look to Obi-Wan in the arena, Bail standing behind the Chancellor in despair at the Clone Army, etc.

    The speeder chase is pretty awesome and for me sets up a fun relationship. The bantering, the trust, Obi-Wan teasing Anakin and generally being both father and brother. So cute.

    I love Obi-Wan's film noir adventure, for the most part. His turn as a Jedi Boy Scout on Coruscant to his bluffing on Kamino gave me shades of the Obi-Wan to come.

    I also love sand... er... the love story. I love it so much that I have done a romance edit where I have watched only the romance scenes in one viewing. Padme is so obvious to me now about how into Anakin she is, and watching Anakin be so earnest is a delightful change from the cool guy trope. It's refreshing. I keep wanting the best for those two crazy kids.

    Anakin is also my favorite character, but I could write an essay on that and probably have on several threads here. He's cool, he's talented and his awkward energy makes me smile.

    From a technical standpoint, I think it's a really awesome layering of visuals and score. It's really dense and beautiful.
  8. Jedimaster_Darklight

    Jedimaster_Darklight Jedi Master star 3

    Nov 22, 2005
    AOTC is currently at the bottom of my personal 'Star Wars ranking', but that doesn't mean it's a movie I dislike. There are days where I am incredibly bored by the overaching plotlines, but it doesn't change the fact it has a lot of good scenes and some wonderful additions to the GFFA as a whole. Actually, I think it's great that we get to share the things we love about the movies, as opposed to talking about the things we hate.

    These are my ten favorite parts and details from AOTC:

    1. The movie marks the beginning of the Clone Wars, this fabled event we heard about in ANH.
    2. The last part of the movie is one thrilling action-ride; from the Jedi's failed rescue mission, to the Clone army's first appearance, and on to the final showdown between Yoda and Dooku, this section is easily the part I've always found most enjoyable about the movie.
    3. The scene with Obi-Wan Kenobi and Dexter Jettster is quite good; it introduces us to two enjoyable characters (Dex and FLO), and also expands the Galaxy just a tiny bit by providing some loose information about the Kaminoans.
    4. The scene with Yoda and the younglings is great as well,as it gives us a small glimpse of the training of the youngest members of the Jedi Order.
    5. The lightsaber duels works well - not only do they show the difference in skill between the participants, they also provide very entertaining.
    6. The "wizard battle" between Yoda and Count Dooku gave us an interesting take on how Force users can also fight against each other. More interestingly, it proves Yoda's point from ESB that the Light Side should only be used for defense, never attack.
    7. Christopher Lee is a magnificent Count Dooku.
    8. Kamino is an interesting and beautiful location. I especially like the scenes where Taun We shows Obi-Wan the cloning facilities. There's so many details in those scenes!
    9. The scene with Anakin and Shmi is quite good too. It's a bit heartbreaking to realize she has more or less only stayed alive to see her Ani for one last time, but this is turn helps us understand Anakin's peril better. You know it's wrong when he goes on a rampage, but it's hard to actually blame him for being human.
    10. C-3PO has some good scenes, but nothing beats his moment as a Battle Droid; "Die Jedi dogs! Oh - what did I say?"
  9. DavidSword79

    DavidSword79 Jedi Knight star 3

    Dec 27, 2015
    Pretty much all the reasons everyone else has said. Plus the asteroid chase outside Geonosis, I don't think anyone's mentioned that. The action sequences are just excellent overall. Some of the best in the Saga.

    And I can't bring myself to hate the romantic scenes like so many other people. They're just two doomed kids trying to figure out their overwhelming feelings. We've all been there, I think. I know I've said some syrupy stuff to try to hook up with someone, stuff that I felt deeply but maybe overstated in a faux-poetic sort of angsty teenage way. The movie gets too much criticism for this element, when for me it plays quite close to home.

    Also, the story is a pivotal turning point in the Saga. We start to see what makes Anakin turn into Vader. The seeds of the Empire are being planted. The Jedi begin to come apart and lose their powers of perception. It's a key moment in the whole story of Star Wars, artfully and cinematically presented. What's not to love?
  10. Crimson Corsair

    Crimson Corsair Jedi Knight star 1

    Jan 26, 2016
    SAND... i love ATOC so, so, so much, i wish i could just wish away my feelings :clone:
  11. Chancellor Yoda

    Chancellor Yoda Jedi Master star 4

    Jul 25, 2014
    Okay here's my list of things I enjoy from AOTC.

    1. Speeder chase is a awesome chase scene, and its also gives us more of Coruscant then before.

    2. The Jango vs Obi-Wan fight. Great to see a non-force user put up such a fight against a jedi, something we've never seen in film.

    3. The Arena Battle, get to see the jedi in their full glory, plus some more interesting monsters.

    4. Battle of Geonosis is one of the most visually awesome moments in Star Wars.

    5. Dooku vs Yoda is a fun if not over the top fight.

    6. Closing scene.

    7. Jango fett and Count Dooku are great new characters.

    8. The visuals are awesome, especially with Kamino and Geonosis.

    9. Great soundtrack, with Across the Stars being the best track.
  12. deathfromabove

    deathfromabove Jedi Master star 1

    Feb 18, 2007
    Love AOTC ( Even more so now in light of the disappointment of TFA ).

    The action scenes are fantastic ( The opening speeder chase is worth the price of admission ).

    Natalie Portman is so goddamn sexy in this one.

    Mcgregors Obi Wan is very charismatic and witty here.

    The imaginative world building ( sadly absent from TFA ) from the water planet of Kamino and Geonosis.

    Beautiful cinematography ( Particulary on Naboo ).

    Christopher Lee.

    Slave 1 in action.

    Jedis kicking ass in the arena.

    Across The Stars.One of the best love themes John Williams has ever composed.

    Its the only SW movie to pan UP after the opening crawl.
  13. Mnhay27

    Mnhay27 Jedi Knight star 2

    Sep 4, 2012
    One of the reasons I love AOTC has to do with timing.

    I was in a pretty dark, stressed-out place when it was orginally released and Clones provided me with a much needed ray of light. I think the thing was, it was just perfect escapism. It was fun, goofy, action-packed, and absolutely beautiful to look at. I'll never forget how bowled over by the special effects I was. I mean, I had never seen anything quite like the battle of Geonosis before. That was truly epic. Sure it looks a little dated now but on the big screen 15 years ago it was a real sight to behold. I was an instant fan of AOTC. I loved it so much that I had to go back and watch it again -- twice! Three times seeing a movie might not sound like a lot but before AOTC I had never felt compelled to watch any movie more than once in the cinema.

    It's hard to pick out my favourite bits but (in addition to the whole Geonosis bit):

    I loved the romance. I bought into it totally. I thought Hayden and Natalie had great on-screen chemistry and some of those shots of them on Naboo are just stunning to look at. I guess I'm in the minority on that but I won't lose any sleep over it.

    I adore Yoda's fight with Dooku. I remember almost jumping out of my seat the first time I saw it. I love the way Yoda comes hobbling in, drops his walking stick, does all that mad jumping and flipping around and then, when its all over, picks up his stick and carries on hobbling! That moment got a big laugh from most of the audience in the cinema. Still puts a grin on my face every time.

    I always remember how awesome the seismic charges seemed on the big screen. They really don't have the same effect when watching the film at home.

    Jango Fett was just totally badass. And so was Mace Windu. "This party's over". I love that line!

    Then there's the whole segment on Tatooine. I almost pooped myself when the Lars homestead appeared on screen, and Shmi's death was heartbreaking. But my favourite bit was when Anakin confesses to Padme about slaughtering the Sandpeople. I thought Hayden's performance in that scene was absolutely superb. Right in that moment he made me believe that that skinny kid could one day become Darth Vader.

    Those are the first things that come to mind anyway.
  14. Tonyg

    Tonyg Jedi Master star 3

    Jan 16, 2016
    I have already answered this in another thread, but I'll post here some details, apart from the mentioned above. I'm pleasantly surprised that there are more AOTC lovers, except me. I would say AOTC is my favorite SW movie (I know I'm odd) because is very atypical and in the same time is keeping the sense of SW universe.

    First and the most obvious reason for that: visual feast in every moment. Astonishingly beautiful from the abundant landscapes of Naboo to the precious Padme outfits.

    The music score. Absolute delight.

    Total masterpiece in world building. I would mention 2 worlds: Geanosis and Tattoine. Both desert planets, made mostly by sand, in another movies maybe they would look the same, but here they look completely different. Lucas is absolute master in that. And also, we have Kamino, Coruscant, etc.

    Full of light. Every movie in PT has its color palette, but here we have the last moments of light in the life of Anakin... and of course his first moments of darkness. They are few, the light is dominant, we see literally 5 five scenes in night or darkness and the rest is light. I like that.

    The end. It looks maybe too atypical for SW, but I like it and not because the wedding reminds me of some silly hollywoodesque romance, but of a classic fairytale. I would like to think that this is end, i.e. everybody lived happily after that but unfortunately I know that it is not true and the mechanical hand of Ani proves it, not matter that Padme accepts it.

    I think it is the movie of SW with less machinery and most nature, even more than TPM. And I think this is one of the subtle reasons that I like it. I have always missed the natural living landscapes in OT, where we have only sterile military plants or industrially looking starships (except maybe Endor) and here, in AOTC is all the opposite. The funny thing is that those who are plotting about the Empire (Sidious and Dooku) have a meeting again in a industrial plant (I think it is deliberate).

    At the same time the movie is complex. Not only about the plot, but visually: since the first scene. Padme is arriving in Coruscant, where we can see only the top of the building, the rest is clouded. The top of the city is sterile, the bottom is the underworld, well, they even drink alcohol and sell deadsticks to the people. All those double plans harmonize completely with the plot. The plot is the most complex of the 6 movies, not only because it includes a detective story but because it includes 3 arcs that are connected, but we find that in the end. I like those type of movies, but many people hate that. So the 3 arcs are: the tragic love, the detective plot and the political plot. ( I agree that the political plot is one of the strongest characteristics of the PT in general and especially here).

    I absolutely adore every moment of Anakin and Padme, and I like the sand scene and the fireplace scene and I can post million arguments why. ;) I like the movie because here Anakin is still in the happiest period of his life. (Did I said that for me SW is just his story?) Yes, he lives his first massive tragedy loosing his mother. The Macbethian monologue of Anakin is astonishing and the almost maternal consolation of Padme is touching.

    I could mention almost every detail in the movie, because I really like it, but let mention just this little ones: Yoda wondering of the mind of the child; Obi Wan watching the clone battalions; Anakin biting his lips in desperate struggle to control his feelings towards Padme, the doomed kiss in the tunnel of Geanosian arena, etc, etc. Many people say that the pace is slow, but hey we see here practically the one and only Jedi battle: lightsabers vs. droid battles. In this battle Padme proves that no matter that she is not Force sensitive she can fight without loosing her feminine side. Yes, in that aspect I would say that I like the movie because if here is any feminine episode in SW, this is AOTC. And not for the love story, but for the sense of life, fertility and beauty.
  15. Tonyg

    Tonyg Jedi Master star 3

    Jan 16, 2016
    Sepra , This is amazing! I would do a romance edit if I have more skills in that. So if you could share the clip, it will be wonderful.
    As we discussed in another thread, I like their story because is anti-romantic, strong and full of emotions and adore the fact that it is so old fashioned in every sense. Also I like to see them happy. They suffered so much peril and grief, so those light moments look wonderful and natural.
  16. {Quantum/MIDI}

    {Quantum/MIDI} Jedi Grand Master star 5

    Dec 21, 2015

    Hey now guys, do share. Gotta help out an inspiring filmmaker ya know?
  17. ezekiel22x

    ezekiel22x Force Ghost star 5

    Aug 9, 2002
    I'm not even much of a Star Wars fan these days aside from the nostalgia angle, but I'll always love Clones. I love that it feels like "serious" SF in many places (AOTC more than any other Star Wars reminds me of the Lucas mindset that gave us THX 1138), while unapologetically playing up the wistful fantasy side of the story with the courtly love and general sense of melancholy that defines Anakin's character. And those backdrops! Give me the neon night alleys of Coruscant and gorgeous architecture and greenery of Naboo any day over the bland frontier.
  18. ObiWanKnowsMe

    ObiWanKnowsMe Jedi Master star 4

    Sep 7, 2015
    I love it because we get to see a lot more of Coruscant, Kamino and the Clone creation facility was an awesome creation by GL. The soundtrack was splendid. The final act of the movie with the action on Geonosis is visually stunning and so fun to watch. I left the theater flabbergasted after I saw it for the first time because the action was amazing.
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  19. Antpocalypse

    Antpocalypse Jedi Knight star 2

    Jan 26, 2016
    For me the best part of AOTC was the love story and the reveal of the clones on Kamino. Even my parents liked the love story when I showed it to them because that's the kind of dialogue and interaction you usually got in older Indian movies from 40 to 60 years ago (I'm from India).

    Personally, I'm a hopeless romantic, and so I loved the love story because it felt really good to me.

    I really liked Kamino since it's one of the most unique worlds from all the Star Wars movies and stands out to me personally.

    I also loved how beautiful Naboo looked and the way the Clones looked and the witty banter between Obi-Wan and Anakin during the Coruscant chase scene.

    I also really like that lightsaber scene where the focus is on Anakin and Dooku's faces and the lights are just swinging around them.
  20. Darthman92

    Darthman92 Jedi Master star 4

    Feb 24, 2016
    To name a few...

    -John Williams continued to do great work on the music. The visuals for the locations/inhabitants are splendid to.

    -More cool world-building. Showing us new locations (Kamino and Geonosis) as well as new parts of ones it revisited (the seedy underbelly of Coruscant, the Jedi Archives, the idyllic lake country of Naboo, a Tusken Village on Tatooine). Bonus points for doing another desert planet that still managed to feel distinct. Unlike certain.....other movies. ;)

    -Shmi's death is one of the most heart-wrenching scenes in any STAR WARS film, and Anakin's reaction one of the most intense. I in general like the build-up to Anakin's turn to the Dark Side that's planted throughout.

    -Jango Fett. It was like getting to see more of Boba in action you could say. Getting to see him in both melee combat as well as a pilot. And there are certain aspects left open that are interesting to ponder on. (What exactly his relationship with the other villains were, like say if he was in on the plan to destroy the Jedi, what exactly we're supposed to take from Dooku's reaction to his death, and what not) Morrison provided cool enough of a persona for him as well I thought.

    -It's probably the movie that most led to me becoming a fan of Christopher Lee as he does a great job as Dooku. (I was 10 at the time and only afterward looked out for his other work. Honestly I could probably say that for a number of actors in the PT.) He effortlessly exudes both charisma and menace.

    -Getting to see the Jedi at their peak in battle together was great, including get to see both Mace and especially Yoda in action for the first time.

    -Not to mention getting to see how the Clone War came about. (The political climate, subterfuge, etc) Palpatine's political manipulation is one of the most interesting parts of the saga at large to me.

    Really, there are more things I could list, as I do ultimately love it l like I do the others.

    If we're going to go about appreciating AOTC in this thread I'll also add that it's actually my dad's 2nd favorite STAR WARS film behind the original, and became so pretty much immediately. And he was a guy who is a pretty big fan who saw the originals 1st run back in the day. For a lot of the same reasons I listed.
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  21. Palp_Faction

    Palp_Faction Jedi Master star 3

    Feb 3, 2002
    I loved it the first time I saw it and watched it countless times on DVD when it was first released. I really enjoyed the waterfall scene - it was both beautiful and chilling at the same time as Anakin dropped his guard for a moment, revealing his "political beliefs". The slaughter of the sand people, the dialogue between Obi-wan and Jango when they first meet, the battle of Geonosis, the relationship between Obi-wan and Anakin. I don't mind the awkward scenes between Hayden and Natalie, I never noticed them before I read people's objections to them on here. There are things I'd change, but in terms of drama and world-building, it's a very worthy SW film.
  22. Tonyg

    Tonyg Jedi Master star 3

    Jan 16, 2016
    I just had an idea, but I don't have the skills. If Sepra did something l would like to see it :)
  23. Sepra

    Sepra PT Book Club Host star 5 VIP - Game Host

    Jan 14, 2016
    I might be able to do something. I actually just skipped Kamino for my edit, but I do have film editing software so can attempt an edit.
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  24. Tonyg

    Tonyg Jedi Master star 3

    Jan 16, 2016
    In youtube there are a lot of clips that include scens of Anakin and Padme love story. So it inspired many people.
    P.S. If I'm not mistaken, Mindless Monster likes the movie as much as I'm and I like to to read his opinion here.
  25. KyleKartan

    KyleKartan Jedi Master

    Feb 4, 2004
    Clones was perhaps the movie which finally sold me over to never ever let go of this Franchise. To this day I can remember my amazment about this movie sitting there on May 18th, a Saturday, and watching the movie for the very first time with a bunch of friends.

    I love Anakin. I truly do. I can relate to him and ever will. He is not the perfect Hero Jedi Poster Boy you know from other movies, nor is he just the twisted bad guy pulling wings out of Little insects. He is a Person with weakness and flaws and thats what I like about him. He develops, he moves on and tries to overcome his flaws but at the end he'll fail and we all know it. Ist heartbreaking watching him struggle and fall again and again, not beeing fully aprreciated by his Mentors and teachers (expect Obi-Wan).

    I love the Obi-Wan and his arc. We discover now what kind of Jedi he was and how his Relations to the other Jedi where. Besides: I love the Jedi in this movie. Finally we see the golden Age, we see how their "culture" was and how they worked. We did get our first glimpse in Ep I but this movie gives us the full packed. Yoda is amazing, as is Mace Windu and all the Jedi Walking through the temple and fighting in the Arena.

    I love Padme. Her struggle within herself and how she trys to Focus on her duties and not her Passion and love. Some say that her falling in love with Anakin Comes from nowhere but I can see this through the whole movie. I can see her Feelings for him from the very first second and I adore how she pushing him away and he is coming for more.

    Needless to say that I totally get the romance in this movie. I never felt it wooden or clumsy because in my experience this is how unexperienced People talk when they getting Close to each other. Been there done that. Its life and I love how Lucas is pulling the shakespear into SW and giving something unique and not a copy of the Han&Leia Love Story (which is what most People wished for Iam sure).

    The Story is epic. There happens so much and its webbed together in a great way. Anakin returning to Tatooine is a Special one for me and when he is with his mother this is the moment the turn to the dark side starts for me. Not in Ep III, no here it Begins and you can see more seeds of darkness in the Garage later at the Lars Homestead and when he confronts Dooku...

    The Music is ...John Williams...mike dropped...

    Last but not least the visuals and world building. Never have I seen anything like it before and I guess I wont ever see something like it. I was blown away by the visuals and the new worlds. The Chase on Coruscant, the Waterworld of Kamino, beautiful Naboo, I've been in love with the visuals from the start!

    I have seen the movie twice in Cinema and countless times at home. I've never grew tired of it and never will. So here are my reasons plus everything said before.