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Director:
Writers:
Henry Gilroy (written by) &
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Release Date:
15 August 2008 (USA) See more »
Plot:
As the Clone Wars sweep through the galaxy, the heroic Jedi Knights struggle to maintain order and restore peace... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Awards:
1 nomination See more »
User Reviews:
It's as if they've intentionally made it bad. See more (224 total) »

Cast

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Directed by
Dave Filoni 
 
Writing credits
Henry Gilroy (written by) &
Steven Melching (written by) &
Scott Murphy (written by)

George Lucas (characters and universe)

Produced by
George Lucas .... executive producer
Mary Maffei .... line producer
Catherine Winder .... producer
 
Original Music by
Kevin Kiner 
 
Film Editing by
Jason Tucker 
 
Makeup Department
Aurora Bergere .... makeup artist: Ahsoka
Danny Wagner .... makeup supervisor
 
Production Management
Julie Peng .... production supervisor
Diana Tauder .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Dave Bullock .... sequence director
George Samilski .... sequence director
 
Art Department
James Beihold .... development artist
Russell G. Chong .... designer
Dave Filoni .... development artist
Matt Gaser .... concept artist
Thang Le .... concept artist
Steward Lee .... storyboard artist
Darren Marshall .... designer
Kenard Pak .... development artist (as Kenard W. Pak)
Sergio Páez .... character designer
Justin Ridge .... storyboard artist
Michael Rose .... development artist
Jackson Sze .... concept artist
Atsushi Takeuchi .... development artist
Alexander Woo .... development artist (as Alex Woo)
Jerome Moo .... concept artist (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
David Acord .... sound designer
David Acord .... sound editor: Skywalker Sound
Panos Asimenios .... dubbing supervisor
Sean England .... foley artist
Sean England .... foley recordist
Dan Fontana .... sound recordist
Ellen Heuer .... foley artist: Skywalker Sound
Zach Martin .... sound mix technician
Cheryl Nardi .... dialogue editor
Juan Peralta .... sound mixer
Juan Peralta .... sound re-recording mixer
Richard Quinn .... foley editor
Frank Rinella .... foley editor & mixer: Skywalker Sound
Ronald G. Roumas .... re-recordist
Brian Seagrave .... audio post-conform
Matthew Wood .... sound editor
Matthew Wood .... supervising sound editor
Caroline Cannizzaro .... foley recordist (uncredited)
Adam Davidson .... adr recordist (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Edward Chaplin .... digital artist
Ling Chen .... digital compositor: Lucasfilm
Jon Childress Farmer .... modeler
Matthew Cioffi .... senior modeler
Sandro Di Segni .... lead technical director
Rony Edde .... technical director
Chris Foreman .... research & development: LAL
Matthew Gidney .... visual effects supervisor
Andrew R. Harris .... CGI and lighting supervisor (as Andrew Harris)
Tom Hendrickson .... visual effects coordinator
Yun Jung Kim .... texture artist
Muzaffer Korkut .... visual effects artist
Ming-Chia Lee .... visual effects artist
Bonnie Lin .... visual effects coordinator
Shawn Lovette .... layout artist
Greg Maguire .... research & development supervisor
Aung Min .... lead digital artist: Lucas Film Animation Singapore
Bertrand Ong .... digital artist supervisor
Stephen J. Parker .... pipeline supervisor (as Stephen Parker)
Mitch Paulson .... second digital colorist: EFILM
Gregg Ricks .... technical assistant
Steven J. Scott .... supervising digital colorist: EFILM
Michele Stewart .... visual effects production manager: Industrial Light & Magic, Singapore
Mark Therrell .... character supervisor
Sankar Thiyagarajan .... visual effects artist
Vincent Toscano .... digital set supervisor
Dawn Turner .... production manager
Jeremy Yeo-Khoo .... assistant technical director
Paul Zinnes .... digital set supervisor
Thomas Mathai .... data manager (uncredited)
 
Animation Department
Lauren Balson .... production coordinator
Cece Chen .... lighter and compositor
Rob Coleman .... animation consultant
Ronan Debrun .... additional animation consultant
Sylvain Doreau .... layout artist
Ronny Gani .... animator
Jahkeeli Garnett .... layout artist
Juan E. Hernandez .... story artist
Ryan Heuett .... lead layout artist
Chieh Huang .... layout artist
Chien-Chia Huang .... animator
Kevin Jong .... animation director
Rishi Kaul .... animator
Danny Keller .... additional animation consultant
Justin Leach .... model and rigging supervisor
Bryan Lee .... animator
Steward Lee .... story artist
Lee Medcalf .... modeler
Dani Morrow .... layout artist
Sianoosh Nasiriziba .... animator
Bosco Ng .... story artist
Adam Schnitzer .... layout supervisor
Yi-Kai Shieh .... lighter and compositor
Lucifero Shih .... animator
Dan Sukiennik .... layout artist
Le Tang .... layout artist
Eldred Tjie .... modeler
David Chi-Yun Wang .... animator
Jesse Yeh .... animation director
 
Casting Department
Jenn Berry .... casting coordinator
Ellen Connell .... casting coordinator (2008)
 
Editorial Department
Beth Dewey .... digital intermediate producer
Mitch Paulson .... colorist
Steven J. Scott .... supervising digital colorist
Chris DeLaGuardia .... color timer (uncredited)
Jesse Wagler .... digital intermediate editor: Efilm (uncredited)
 
Music Department
R. Orlando Duenas .... music editor (as Orlando Duenas)
Mark Evans .... music editor
Mark Evans .... scoring mixer
James Fitzpatrick .... orchestral contractor
Takeshi Furukawa .... additional music arranger
Takeshi Furukawa .... orchestrator
Mathias Hilger .... music editor
Jan Holzner .... scoring engineer
Kevin Kiner .... conductor
Kevin Kiner .... orchestrator
Dean Menta .... music editor
Nic Raine .... conductor
Nic Raine .... orchestrator
Matthew St. Laurent .... assistant music editor
Matthew St. Laurent .... music programmer
 
Other crew
Cassandra Barbour .... rights and clearances
Jane Bay .... executive assistant: George Lucas
Heather Ann Brown .... recruiting
Talon DeSoto .... martial artist (as Daxton Edwards)
Sarah Lister .... production assistant
Anne Merrifield .... assistant: George Lucas
Meagan Miller .... production support
Sarita Patel .... executive assistant: George Lucas
Nancy Sandberg .... lead production accountant
Laura Sevier .... rights and clearances
John Singh .... film publicist
Sandi Smith .... production assistant
Maria Turnhout .... martial artist
Nicole Vigil .... production crew
 
Thanks
Lynn Bartsch .... thanks
 

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MPAA:
Rated PG for sci-fi action violence throughout, brief language and momentary smoking
Runtime:
98 min
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Aspect Ratio:
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Trivia:
In original concept art, Ahsoka Tano was named Ashla, which is the name of the Youngling of the same species (Togruta) seen in Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002). However, the link between these two characters was soon dropped.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: In the first moments of the Battle of Cristophsis scene, as Anakin, Obi-Wan, and the Clones are rushing to the defenses, one clone is firing repeatedly, seemingly at the approaching battle droids. However, as the camera switches to the separatist column, no blaster bolts can be seen, and it is unlikely that the droids are in range anyway.See more »
Quotes:
[Rex orders an attack on the battle droids]
Captain Rex:Scrap 'em!
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Soundtrack:
Ziro's Nightclub BandSee more »

FAQ

How much sex, violence, and profanity is in this movie?
When does this film take place chronologically among Episode II, "Clone Wars" (2003) and Episode III?
What happens to Ziro the Hutt after this movie?
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168 out of 297 people found the following review useful.
It's as if they've intentionally made it bad., 16 August 2008
Author: compel_bast from Scotland

I tried to open minded about this film when I first went to the cinema, determining that "I'm a star wars fan, and no matter how bad it is, it's still Star Wars."

That feeling lasted about um... a second and a half from the start of the film. It started off fine with the, "A long time ago in a galaxy far far away." I smiled, prepared myself for the classic theme and it... never came. I had been told it was 'remixed' beforehand, but I was expecting something not too different, the new composer didn't even keep the first 4 notes.

Then we move onto the 'Opening Crawl' - which didn't exist. Another staple of Star Wars, even found in the games, gone, poofed completely. It was replaced with a narrator speaking over a kind of WW2 'news reel'. A few minutes into it and already the film has lost all its feel of being Star Wars, by no doubt intentional design decisions. In my book, if the writers/directors/producers etcetera intentionally changed something, and it turned out badly, it's still bad.

It got worse, the opening battle could have potentially been something good and enjoyable to watch, instead it was as if it had been played in fast forward, I could almost imagine the 'Benny Hill' theme being played in the background.

Admittedly, I was a bit biased towards the 'art style' before hand so I thought, if I'm going to write a review on it, I'll avoid mentioning it as it would be rather unfair and not truly neutral. So I will avoid commenting on it except to say, that it gets worse. When Supreme Chancellor Palpatine walked into a scene, his style was seemed to be entirely based on a... bobble-head toy. There is 'stylised' drawing (which I would define by the early 1990's Batman cartoons) and then there's 'caricature' - Star Wars: The Clone Wars, I felt was the latter. Additionally, the animation was jerky, possibly as a reference to the 'Thunderbirds' puppets. In my opinion, it didn't work, it just made it look even worse.

The film is a children's oriented film, and I'm perfectly happy to accept that. In honesty, this was the strongest part of the film. The new Padawan was someone that children could enjoy watching and identify with. There was even some humour involving her and "Stinky the Hutt" that could be enjoyed by the little 'uns. However, I think in trying to appeal to children, they actually managed to make the dialogue even worse than Attack of The Clones and going on to insult the intelligence of the kids in the audience to boot. A typical conversation, which was repeated several times in the films follows.

Character A: "Jabba the Hutts son has been kidnapped." Character B: "The Jedi Order must go and rescue Jabba the Hutts son." Character A: "If the Seperatists rescue Jabba the Hutts son first we'll lose the war." Character A: "Then it's agreed, we must rescue Jabba the Hutts son from being kidnapped."

While this conversation was on-going (and going, and going), the characters tones would randomly change from low to high to low again. I believe, when Obi-wan was speaking, this was an attempt to copy his voice from episode III, it didn't work. The only character that avoided this was the Padawan, Ashkoja, which, truth be told, made her scenes are more watchable than any others.

Finally, a good word about it, scenes that didn't have any characters in them, for example space and 'landscape' scenes did look particularly good and demonstrate the potential for how enjoyable the film COULD have been. However, due to several strange, strange design decisions that seemed only to have been changed for the sake of being changed, I would recommend against even renting this film. If you must see it, wait for it to come on television.

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