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STAR IS BORN

Early reviews are in for Star Wars: Episode II &#150 Attack of the Clones, and they're mixed. "Virtually everything that went wrong in Phantom Menace has been fixed, or at least improved upon," wrote Variety critic Todd McCarthy. The Hollywood Reporter's Kirk Honeycutt, meanwhile, said the film suffers from "flat-footed dialogue" and "wooden acting," and "struggles to replicate the spirit of fun and adventure" of the original films. One thing everyone seems to agree on: Yoda rocks! Clones opens May 16.

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Early reviews are in for Star Wars: Episode II &#150 Attack of the Clones, and they're mixed. "Virtually everything that went wrong in Phantom Menace has been fixed, or at least improved upon," wrote Variety critic Todd McCarthy. The Hollywood Reporter's Kirk Honeycutt, meanwhile, said the film suffers from "flat-footed dialogue" and "wooden acting," and "struggles to replicate the spirit of fun and adventure" of the original films. One thing everyone seems to agree on: Yoda rocks! Clones opens May 16.