21 Small But Poignant Details About 'Star Wars: Episode II - Attack Of The Clones'

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As the middle chapter of the Star Wars prequel trilogy, Attack of the Clones has a lot of heavy lifting to do. It has to have a compelling romance between Anakin and Padme while also crafting a sci-fi film noir storyline with Obi-Wan. One thing is certain, this movie is crammed to the rafters with little details and moments that reward multiple viewings. Here are some of our favorites. 

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    1,004 VOTES

    Oh Anakin

    From Redditor u/nintendoo64:

    In Star Wars Episodes II and III, Shmi's, Padme's and Obi-wan's last words to Anakin are all to do with love.

    1,004 votes
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    726 VOTES

    There's That Imperial March Again

    From Redditor u/Xeraith:

    The Imperial March plays for a few seconds as Yoda talk about Anakin after he kills the Tusken Raiders. 

    726 votes
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    911 VOTES

    Boba Watches And Learns

    From IMDB:

    According to George Lucas, Obi-Wan's hiding in Geonosis' asteroid field teaches young Boba Fett a lesson that he uses to his advantage during adulthood. Having learned how Obi-Wan hid from him and his father, Boba knows the trick Han Solo is using to hide in Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980), and is able to find him.

    911 votes
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    819 VOTES

    Mace Windu's Lightsaber

    From IMDB:

    Samuel L. Jackson has said that the words "Bad mother-f*cker" are engraved on the hilt of his light-saber. The same words are famously printed on the wallet of Jackson's character Jules Winnfield in Pulp Fiction (1994).

    819 votes
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    720 VOTES

    Flying Heads

    From Redditor u/sonicdivine:

    When Mace Windu decapitates Jango Fett, the shadows indicate that his head popped out of his helmet.

    720 votes
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    692 VOTES


    From Redditor u/762894:

    After Jango Fett hits his head as the Slave I’s door closes, you can see a new dent on his helmet later in the film.

    692 votes