Star Wars: The Clone Wars is directed by Dave Filoni, and it stars Matt Lanter, Ashley Eckstein, and James Arnold Taylor in an animated film about the Jedi going on the battle against the separatists, while trying to save Jabba the Hut's son, and that Anakin Skywalker (Matt Lanter) has a Padawan that he wasn't aware of, name Ahsoka (Ashley Eckstein). I figure that with Netflix getting rid of all of Disney material, including Star Wars but excluding the Marvel Netflix series, I figure I should watch the movies that I haven't reviewed, which is only this, and the TV series before it's too late. So with this, I can say that the filmmakers were trying to get something out of it, but with George Lucas as executive producer thinking that the first few episodes should be a movie but in a very low budget, this is seriously a mess. I like the design of Ahsoka and Ventress, and I didn't find Ahsoka as annoying as what people said about her character. I could see potential in the characters that weren't in the other films, which I know that the show gives more character to the new characters, and the interplay between Ahsoka and Anakin is kind of nice. The voice acting seems inconsistent as some parts, the actors were good and fine, but then there were some parts that the acting either sound off, or were bad. I thought the final battle scene was nice as you see two people that you know against each other, but it felt a bit anticlimactic, and most of the fight scenes are not that fun to look at because of the animation. The animation looks so ugly looking that the backgrounds look really unfinished, and that the overall animation of it looks cheap looking, which makes sense because the budget is 8.5 million dollars, and with the marketing of it, the animation is probably even lower. The issue for that however, is that this is suppose to be a TV show, not a movie, and this definitely looks like this was suppose to be in TV. It doesn't help the fact that there are multiple plots here, although not too much that it doesn't feel like there's no focus. Now I didn't hate Star Wars: The Clone Wars, but I wasn't really enjoying what I was watching for the most part, and I was getting disinterested in this, which makes this movie a lot worse.