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Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith User ReviewsMovie

9.0

Star Wars Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith

The good:

-Better acting
-Unbelievable CGI
-Darth Vader
-Great Story
-Awesome fight sequences
-Great Music

The bad:

-Has its moments that can make you cringe

Summary:

First off, forget everyone who says this movie sucked. Plain and simple: it didn't. The fight sequences are even more memorable than the Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon Jinn vs Darth Maul fight, the music is perfect for the movie, the acting has been improved with Hayden Christensen(Anakin), the CGI was, easily the best I've ever seen, and to top off that whole list...Darth Vader. I mean, any movie that has the legendary Darth Vader in it is bound for awesomeness!

Back to the subject of acting. First off, Hayden Christensen has definitely done a lot better in this movie than in Attack of the Clones....

9.6

RotS

The good:

- The opening space battle.
- The five lightsaber fights.
- The Windu-Palpatine scene
- The music
- The Grievous fight scene on Utapau
- The very last part (where Beru and Owen are holding baby Luke)

The bad:

- Some of the lines are very cheesy and bad
- Padmé's scenes are mostly a bit...iffy
- The end was slightly rushed, IMO

Summary:

Well, I can't really say much, the above speaks for itself. I throughly enjoyed Revenge of the Sith, finding it the best Star Wars for action by far, and an excellent film in it's own right. However, it's fantastic, but not perfect. The lines still need work, some of the actors (Natalie and Hayden mainly) need work on their emotions in their lines. Also the film slightly sagged in the middle because of the constant droning on about the Sith and the Republic. It may be padding for the story, but they should have at least shown some action in between parts, not just about 1/2 to 3/4 of a hour...

10

The Force Is Still Strong In the Finale

Summary:

At long last, the end of the Star Wars saga arrives with Episode 3, which promises to answer all the remaining questions left from the original trilogy. The film takes place shortly after Episode 2-Obi-Wan Kenobi is still training Anakin Skywalker, the Clone Wars continue, Senator Palpatine continues to amass power, and the Jedi continue to pursue Palpatine & Count Dooku. But Anakin's love for Padme, who is now pregnant with twins, ultimately leads him further down the path of darkness and forseeing Padme's death if she gives birth finally causes Anakin to turn and Palpatine christens him D...

10

Star Wars is over

Summary:

Twenty-eight years after its debut, the Star Wars saga ends, right back where it began. The two most recent films, The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones were a bit uneven, but Revenge of the Sith manages to take things a step in the right direction. All of this, for better or worse, is because of George Lucas. All of this strengths and weaknesses are on display again, with visual wonders accompanied by horrible dialogue and weak acting. There is a lot of plot to run through, and to his credit, Lucas paces things so quickly that the time flies by, and one can overlook some of the film'...

9.0

The last Star Wars movie lives up to the expectations

The good:

Story, special-effects, music, battles +++

The bad:

Some clunky moments and dialogue

Summary:

So the final chapter in the Star Wars saga has arrived. It has broken sales records, has had fans debating possible plot-holes when placing it in the complete Star Wars timeline, and the movie critics response has been decidedly mixed (although most agreed that it was the best of the three Star Wars prequels). All of this was to be expected. But the main questions would always be if it was a worthy end to the space adventure series that had started in 1977, and if its explanation of the events leading up to the original trilogy would prove satisfying.

George Lucas, the man behind it all, had...

9.4

A Perfect Ending to an Amazing Saga!

The good:

*Spoilers Ahead*

  • Awesome fight scenes, including some that show just how powerful Anakin has become.
  • Thrilling storyline that had me secretly wishing Anakin would remain loyal to the Jedi council.
  • Seeing General Grievious quad-wielding
  • More wookies, what's not to like?
  • R2D2 brings a bit of comic relief with his shocking fighting style.
  • This shouldn't affect the majority of you in any way, but for the small portion of you that detest the odd Gungan, JarJar says very few words throughout the entire film.

    The bad:

  • The dialogue wasn't very original.

    Summary:

    I was never one of the people that disliked Episodes I and II, but I think even those that attempt to remain loyal to the classic movies will have trouble disliking the third (and final) piece in the six-part series.

    The movie starts off in the heat of battle, and does a good job of keeping you enthralled throughout the remaining two hours and twenty minutes.

    Anakin has seen a vision of his beloved Padme dying in child-birth, and is ready to do whatever it takes to save her, even if it means obtaining dark powers and going against the Jedi code. As fate would have it, the Sith Lord seems t...

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