That review was long enough without me going into every petty little grouse I had with the movie. But I thought fans might enjoy reading my nit-pickery, so here goes. (Spoilers may follow & some of these won't mean much until after you see the movie.)
How bad can the dialogue get? Sheish!
Padmé: My how you've grown.
Anakin: So have you. Grown more beautiful I mean.
How convenient that Obi Wan sneaks into Dooku's HQ just in time to hear him discuss invasion plans and Padmé's assassination.
The aliens creating the clones may be genetic engineering geniuses, but they're scripted without a stitch of common sense. Why do they blindly assume Obi-Wan represents their client, the rogue Jedi who died, even though he asks a lot of suspiciously ignorant questions?
Obi-Wan tells Anakin and Padmé to travel to Naboo "as refugees." Refugees from WHAT? They're traveling from the capital of the Republic, not from some disputed outpost.
Padmé falling for Anakin is too easy. He's many years her junior, he's arrogant, socio-politically he's her polar opposite (and she's a politician!), and all he does around her is whine. He's also a borderline stalker and a mass-murderer. Doesn't any of this turn her off?
What's with Padmé hanging around Tatooine looking like she wandered off a Paris fashion show runway? She's supposed to be keeping a low profile, yet she doesn't even TRY to blend in on this desert planet until she's been there three days.
If there's a tracking device on Jango Fett's ship, why does Obi-Wan follow him into an asteroid field? Just hang back, man. Find him when he stops moving.
Could C-3PO be any more annoying? "This is such a drag," he says as his head is being pulled behind R2-D2." "I'm quite beside myself," he quips when R2-D2 rolls his head up to his body. Oh, SHUT UP!
Dooku's been trying to kill Padmé for the whole movie and when he finally gets his hands on her, he puts her, Anakin and Obi-Wan in a gladiator arena so they can fight their way out of being eaten by monsters? Puh-leaze. What are you, a James Bond villain? Bang-bang, zap-zap, dead-dead. What a stupid cliché.