Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005)

PG-13   |    |  Action, Adventure, Fantasy


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Three years into the Clone Wars, the Jedi rescue Palpatine from Count Dooku. As Obi-wan pursues a new threat, Anakin acts as a double agent between the Jedi Council and Palpatine and is lured into a sinister plan to rule the galaxy.

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3 May 2006 | healinghoe
10
| The saga ends, or does it?
The last of the star wars films to be made and done in spectacular style. The only thing with this film is that it relies too much on digital technology, which causes it to lose some of the charm of the original trilogy.

That aside, Star Wars Episode 3 is by far the most dramatic and spectacular of all the Star Wars films. Continuing the story of episode 2, this film tells of the events leading up to the original trilogy. It tells the tale through three key elements,

1. Tragedy 2. Betrayal 3. Romance

These elements make this film the most stunning and the best of the prequel trilogy, and a debatable best in the saga. It is my favourite but others may disagree. But the film is worth a look, even if you're not a hardened star wars fan.

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Trivia

Over a period of several months, George Lucas approved hundreds of designs that eventually appeared in this movie. He re-wrote entire scenes and action sequences to correspond to certain designs he had chosen. The designs were then shipped to "pre-visualization" to create moving CGI versions known as "animatics". Ben Burtt edited these scenes with Lucas, in order to previsualize what the movie would look like, before the scenes were even filmed. The pre-visualization footage featured a basic raw CGI environment with equally unprocessed CGI characters performing a scene (typically an action sequence). Steven Spielberg was also allowed to assist the art and pre-visualization department's designs for several action sequences in this movie. Later, the Pre-visualization and Art Department designs were sent to the Production Department to begin "bringing the film out of the concept phase" by building the various sets, props, and costumes. To determine the required sets, Lucas analyzed each scene with the staff to see which moments the actors would come in most contact with the set, warranting the set to be constructed.


Quotes

Anakin Skywalker: Lock on to him R2.
Anakin Skywalker: Master, General Grievous's ship is directly ahead. The one crawling with Vulture droids.
Obi-Wan: Oh, I see it. Oh, this is going to be easy.


Goofs

In the duel between Mace Windu and Palpatine the camera shots are obviously alternating between those of Ian McDiarmid, playing Palpatine and those of the stuntman, who does not look much like the actor he is standing in for.


Crazy Credits

Michael Smith as Javva The Hutt


Alternate Versions

The 2011 Blu-Ray release has added dialogue for Commander Cody and the clones when they arrive to aid Obi-Wan on Utapau. Originally, their entrance was silent on the theatrical and DVD versions.


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Anakin's Betrayal
Composed by
John Williams

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Action | Adventure | Fantasy | Sci-Fi

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