This list is easily all of the solid reasons to love Attack of the Clones. I felt it was burdened with being tasked to explain Anakin's romance with Padmé, and show Anakin's frustrations with Obi-Wan, without much time to develop their friendship (I felt Revenge of the Sith struck a much better balance). Minus the nitpicks, it shows how a Star Wars movie can succeed breaking from the usual formula, and I will always applaud it for taking chances with this. Still my least favorite among the prequels, but I can still pop it in and watch it anytime. Also, I'm not a Jar-Jar hater, so I didn't care how much screen time he got one way or another, but they actually found a smart way to keep his character relevant, and still have him make a difference when he appeared (representing Padmé).