Harry Knowles reviews “Attack of the Clones”

Harry Knowles has seen a rough cut of Star
Wars: Attack of the Clones
and has posted his
review here.
It contains some mild spoilers, but none that
haven’t already been revealed in other places.
If you already know which characters are in the
movie and how they relate to each other, you’ll
receive no spoilers here.

4 replies on “Harry Knowles reviews “Attack of the Clones””

  1. bombadil says:

    Re: mild spoilers…
    […] It contains some mild spoilers […]

    Oh MAN! I shouldn’t have read the review! That cute little Jedi kid becomes DARTH VADER!

    • fiziko says:

      Re: mild spoilers…

      […] It contains some mild spoilers […]
      Oh MAN! I shouldn’t have read the review! That cute
      little Jedi kid becomes DARTH VADER!

      Anyone who knows who Darth Vader is
      knows he’s Anakin Skywalker. Well, most do anyway.
      The few that don’t probably won’t be reading this
      site. (The only person I’ve met who didn’t know that
      was one of my co-workers at a movie theater. We were
      showing Empire Strikes Back: Special Edition
      at the time. She came out of the theater honestly
      shocked by the ending. She hadn’t seen any of the
      movies before the rerelease.)

      • bombadil says:

        Re: mild spoilers…

        Anyone who knows who Darth Vader is
        knows he’s Anakin Skywalker

        Hee hee hee…
        Hook, line, and sinker.

        I have this bridge for sale in Brooklyn you might be interested in…

        • Alexius says:

          Re: mild spoilers…

          Anyone who knows who Darth Vader is
          knows he’s Anakin Skywalker

          Hee hee hee…
          Hook, line, and sinker.

          I have this bridge for sale in Brooklyn you might be interested in…

          Hey, Cut Fiz A break. He Said He Worked With someone Who Was Shocked When They Saw The Re-Releases, So he Know Someone Who Would Take That Comment Seriously.

          So Yeah, Tease Him, But Just Understand That He Deserves Our Pitty For Working Someplace On Earth That Sounds Remotely Geek Free.

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