Intense violence but dull plot in prequel sequel.
Star Wars: Episode II: Attack Of The Clones is a 2002 Star Wars movie directed by George Lucas and starring Hayden Christensen, Natalie Portman, Ewan McGregor, Christopher Lee, Temuera Morrison, and Ian McDiarmid.
Language(1/5): One use of "damn good" in a conversation by Dettster Jettster.
Sex(1/5): Lots of focus on the love relationship between Padme and Anakin, with some kissing in the flirtations. Cleavage in her outfit is sometimes seen.
Drinking, Drugs, And Smoking: Drinking in bars that are undentified.
Violence(4/5): Tons of destruction and sci-fi peril, including droids and aliens being mutilated by lightsabers, explosions, spaceship chases, blaster fights, intense images, the death of Anakin's mother with bloody wounds, and injuries.
Positive Messages(3/5): Messages about the greater good and courage.
Positive Role Models And Representations(3/5): Anakin struggles with his identity in good through love, but other than murdering a group of tuskin raiders, he generally makes good decisions. Every character other than the villain is also courageous and kind.
Quality(opinionated): One of Star Wars' weakest has mediocre writing, bad acting, and an uneven balance of action and romance.
For sequences of sci-fi violence and intense images.