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Star Wars 3: Revenge Of The Sith (Widescreen)

 PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)   DVD
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5.0 out of 5 stars Bring on part 7.... Aug. 8 2005
By A Customer
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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4.0 out of 5 stars Widescreen snobs Nov. 7 2005
By Dave
I think the widescreen snobs need to take a rest. It's difficult to watch a movie as intricate and detailed (special effects wise) in widescreen format when you don't have a very big tv. It makes it VERY difficult to see. This movie especially. Full screen is not like watching "half the movie". The edges are trimmed, you're not missing anything vital. Just some extra eye candy. So please, relax and respect other peoples opinions. I purchased the widescreen version and found it annoying to watch. So I bought the fullscreen too. And, trust me, I'm getting WAY more than half the movie. I don't notice very much missing at all to be honest.
That said, it's an excellent movie with some bad lines and some even worse acting. But still great.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best Star Wars movie! Nov. 3 2005
By A Customer
This is the best of all the Star Wars movies I think, even better than the original three. It has everything, great action, awesome special effects, a good love story, and what the last two episodes were lacking, which is an emotional connection with the characters so that you actually care about what's happening to them in the film. Great movie!!
And full screen isn't better, it cuts off the sides of the film so you only see the middle, so you miss stuff, they don't cut the tops off by adding the black bars. I don't have a widescreen television but I would never watch full screen, you don't get to see all the wonderful things that they worked so hard to film and edit.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars End of an epic series Sept. 13 2005
While some may be critics Star Wars merely because the series had so much hype, the reality is there has never been any other set of movies like these. Lucas, working independly of studio control, is able to see that his projects are as he envisioned them without compromise.
I had to see Episode III twice to soak it in. A lot happens in this film. I almost wished the film was twice as long. More stuff occurs in this film than the two previous combined.
Personally I liked Episode I and II. Ironically, I actually had some issues with III. I think it would have been more effective that Darth Sidius only revealed himself to Anakin after he had already been his student for a while. Generally it takes longer to tell the story of someone going bad than the inverse. Anakin's descent seems rapid and I had to pounder how realistic it was. Mind you, if you pay closer attention to Episode II you can see the seeds of his undoing.
I have to agree with Ebert and Roeper that the weak spot in this film (as well as others in the series) is the dialogue. Someone other than Lucas should have directed. He had too much to focus on aside from the acting.
One thing about this film is that it makes scenes in Episode IV much more significant.
Is this really the end of the series? There was once talk of doing stories involving Han and Leia's offspring. The worst thing for Lucas to do is let someone else take over the series and kill it as was done with Jurassic Park and Aliens.
Lucas has created a universe onto itself, much as Rodenbury had done, which Rick Berman took over and made other series. It is conceivable that other movies set in the Star Wars universe could be made. After playing the fanstastic Star Wars caomputer game 'Knights of the Old Republic', I keep thinking that they would make an awesome basis for a film or films or at the very least an excellent 26-episode TV series.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Star Wars 3 in wide screen rocks! Nov. 3 2005
By A Customer
it is awesome when this show is in wide screen! full screen cuts off almost a quarter of the movie! crap! lets have a wide screen nation! star wars 3 is so much more entertaining in wide screen.
i escpeciallee love the part wen Darth Vader breaths for the first time. it sends chills down your spine!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Come over to the dark side... Feb. 8 2006
When the first Star Wars film came out, I was 11 years old. I loved it (no surprise there). I saw it dozens of times, a feat which at that time in history could only be accomplished by going to the cinema over and over. This year I turn 40, and the long saga of Star Wars is over (at least officially). George Lucas, long-time friend of Joseph Campbell (best known for his work on mythology and spirituality) set out with the Skywalker saga to set up a modern mythological tale that could instill values and virtues the way that old heroic tales a la Hercules might have done from their times and cultures. Not too far off, Lucas was (as Yoda might say), but while the Star Wars saga does show a good interplay of good and evil, in this particular film, the waters become muddied. Perhaps this is because, instead of influencing the times, the times are influencing the story line. But I'm getting ahead of myself here.
One needs to have a strange sort of sympathy for Lucas, Dykstra and company in the special effects department. How does one continue to amaze and wow the crowd of today's cinema-goers while not making the original film (1977 was a long time ago, even if in the local galaxy) look cheesy and dated, because ultimately, the original film has to be found in the fourth slot in later runs. In this respect, they've done a good job. The opening shot of one lone star ship running from a much larger cruiser will no longer have the cinematic effect that it once had, particularly after an opening such as this film had - the scene starts with two small speeders, going up to a ship that gets ever larger, and then one behold a vast armarda of similar ships just around the bending horizon of this one. Alas, Tie-Fighters and X-Wing fighters do seem a bit dated...
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Great movie to a great classic series.
Published 22 days ago by nathan kyler
3.0 out of 5 stars Odd Soundtrack
Its a great movie, except that almost halfway through the movie the volume goes really low and when we are in the car the kids can hardly hear the movie. Read more
Published 11 months ago by Bestead
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Movie!
This movie is great. It's when Anakin becomes DarthVader. This is a key movie if you follow Star Wars. My grandson just loved it.
Published 21 months ago by Moniquez
4.0 out of 5 stars Out with a bang!
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. Read more
Published on July 2 2010 by LeBrain
4.0 out of 5 stars Star Wars, Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
So many have written the positives about the film - ties up loose ends - great swashbuckling - good story line. Read more
Published on Dec 1 2009 by GeNel Louise
4.0 out of 5 stars chapter 3
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... Read more
Published on Sept. 23 2007 by falcon
5.0 out of 5 stars "Birth Of The Empire"
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... Read more
Published on Sept. 1 2007 by Tommy Sixx Morais
This is the best of the Star Wars movies. The story is terrific (Goerge Lucas finaly got the new ones right), the acting is actualy good and the special effects are brilliant. Read more
Published on Aug. 25 2007 by G_R_E_G
5.0 out of 5 stars The second best of the new.
Still going through the series again.

Quickly: best of the prequels. Some great stuff here and some disapointing, still doesn't live up to the originals. 7. Read more
Published on Feb. 11 2007 by Maurice G. Tousignant
4.0 out of 5 stars Revenge of George Lucas
Lucas had a real challenge in creating a story of resolutions in which there was no suspense. At least with Return of the Jedi, we didn't know previously the fate of Luke, Vader,... Read more
Published on Jan. 15 2007 by Paul Mackinnon
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