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Star Wars 3: Revenge Of The Sith (Widescreen)

4.4 out of 5 stars 40 customer reviews

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  • Language: English, French, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: PG
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • Run Time: 140 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 40 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00005JLXH
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #48,447 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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By LeBrain HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWER on July 2 2010
Format: DVD
I just re-watched Revenge of the Sith on my new widescreen flatscreen screen in 5.1 surround and was surprised how much I enjoyed it. I purposely avoiding watching any Star Wars movies in the last year or so (too much Star Wars is overkill) so it was fairly fresh and enjoyable, albeit not without flaws.

Star Wars Episode III (in case you didn't know, but I imagine everyone does) is the "final" film in the Star Wars saga to be made, and completes the transformation of Anakin Skywalker into Darth Vader. It also illustrates for the first time ever how the Republic decayed into the first Galactic Empire. Along the way, there are some of the greatest lightsaber battles in Star Wars history.

First of all this transfer is great, as is the 5.1 surround sound. I have no complaints there. The surround sound is especially effective during the opening battle when things are exploding all over the place around you.

As per usual, the acting and dialogue leave something to be desired and the plot is ham-fisted at trying to connect the two trilogies together. For example, Chewbacca: I don't know anyone who didn't think it was great to see Chewbacca defending his home planet from an invading droid army, but meeting Yoda was a moment that nobody needed and failed to achieve any kind of spinal shivers. It felt ham-fisted, it is ham-fisted, and it's just an example of many such moments.

Other scenes are quite well written and performed. In particular I single out the scene at the Coruscant opera, when Palpatine is relaying the tale of Darth Plageus the Wise to a naive Anakin. Ian McDiarmid's performance here is among the best in the entire series. McDiarmid could be spellbinding just reading out his grocery list.
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By T. Skylar TOP 500 REVIEWER on Sept. 1 2007
Format: DVD
INTRO:After the first two prequels out of three,"The Phantom Menace" in 1999 and "Attack Of The Clones" in 2002,comes the final prequel and movie(at least for now)of the legendary Star Wars serie episode III:"Revenge Of The Sith".The first two prequels didn`t exactly meet fans of the original trilogy`s expectations and receved mixed reviews,would episode III share the same fate?Read on to find out.

After "Attack Of The Clones" we knew it was near,Anakin Skywalker would meet his destiny and become the evil Darth Vader in the third prequel,"Revenge Of The Sith".With this episode we would see Anakin`s transformation to Darth Vader,see why and how it happened,and much more making of episode III a must see movie as it holds the answers to many questions.

STORYLINE:Anakin and Obi-Wan must find and stop Count Doku and droid leader General Grevious who captured Supreme Chancellor Palpatine.After a succesful mission Anakin and the Jedi council are in disagreement over wheter or not he can become a Master Jedi,Anakin turns to Chancellor Palpatine(his interrest in Anakin,is a hint of who he really is)for help and he and Anakin develop a strong relation wich cause Obi-Wan to fear for the worst.Anakin has dreams in wich pregnant Padme,his love dies when giving birth,to make sure those visions don`t come true Anakin ask Palpatine for advice,who tells him that he can protect Padme if he joins the dark side...

REVIEW:Even after seing episode III once(Like i did in theater,but i own the movie),you could tell that it was a great movie,connecting the entire Star Wars prequels trilogy to the original trilogy,and giving a sense to everything.
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By A Customer on Aug. 8 2005
Format: DVD
It's probably not the best way to gain credibility as a reviewer but I genuinely think this is as good as "Empire".In fact it might possibly be even better (only repeated viewings will be able to decide this either way). Once the action starts to unfold "Sith" is a non stop assault on the senses of even the most cynical viewer. I thought Ian McDiarmid was superb hamming it up as Palpatine and Hayden Christensen was very convincing as Anakin / Vader. Contrary to what other reviews have said I was genuinely moved at times. Some of the scenes were really quite sad. Minor gripes would be that the tying up of loose ends at the end is rather hurried and the "Noooo" is a bit cringeworthy but necessary. It will be a shame if the Star Wars legacy really does come to an end here. I heard that the final three parts might yet still be made based on some of the novels. Rumour has it that part 7 could be based on "Dante's Last March". The thing is I think that the first two films proved one thing, a point that was rammed home in Revenge of the Sith - if Vader ain't in it, it probably ain't worth making
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of the 3 prequels,this one is the best.Anakin is now a young man,very
close to the dark side.helping him to get there is supreme chancellor
Palpatine(Ian Mcdiarmid)a dark lord of the sith.Mcdiarmid clearly
relishes his role as he brings an intensity and believability that must
be seen to be believed.this is an Oscar worthy performance.the movie
does a fairly good job of tying things up,as the saga concludes.there
are,a few problems with the time line,of course,but despite that,the
movie works.what everybody was waiting for was the reveal of Anakin
into Darth Varder:so was it worth the wait?for the most part yes. the
last scene treads close to being funny,but stops just for the
movie itself,the best of the prequels,and closer in quality to the
original trilogy. 4/5
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