DVD Features: Disc One: Commentary by George Lucas, producer Rick McCallum, sound designer Ben Burtt, ILM animation director Rob Coleman, ILM visual effects supervisors Pablo Helman, John Knoll and Ben Snow; captured and created directly from the digital source; English Dolby 5.1 Surround EX, Spanish Dolby 2.0 Surround, French Dolby 2.0 Surround; English subtitles.
Disc Two: Eight deleted scenes created just for this release, each with introductions from George Lucas, Rick McCallum and Ben Burtt; full-length documentary "From Puppets to Pixels"; documentary "State of the Art: The Previsualization of Episode II"; all-new documentary on sound, "Films Are Not Released; They Escape"; three featurettes about the film's storyline, action scenes, and love story; comprehensive, award-winning, 12-part web documentary series; "Across the Stars" music video featuring John Williams; theatrical teasers and launch trailer, and 12 TV spots; theatrical posters and print campaign from around the world; "R2-D2: Beneath the Dome" mockumentary trailer; never-before-seen production photo gallery with special caption feature; Episode II visual effects breakdown montage; DVD-ROM weblink to exclusive Star Wars content.
Star Wars (Episode II) Attack of the Clones
After the lightweight, heroic antics of Episode I and prior to the overwhelming darkness due in the final chapter, this one has no real beginning or end; but you will still be interested to see what George Lucas has devised. The only age group who will probably like this episode less than the previous one are those under 10, who may be intimidated by the darkness and bored by the love scenes. The film's highlight is a rousing battle sequence that fills the final 40 minutes and includes, among other things, a huge conflict between Jedi, clones, and battle androids; a two-on-one lightsaber duel; and our first opportunity to see why Yoda is considered the greatest of all the Jedi. Attack of the Clones closes with a series of scenes that preview the final episode due in two years.