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  • rachaelblake007

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    Terrible acting throughout and only two scenes throughout the film were actually good and quite wonderfully shot. One scene is the scene that goes in depth with Palpatine speaking of Darth Sidious and his powers with great acting and is honestly the best scene in all three of the prequels and the other scene is the show down of Obi-Wan and Anakin although the dialogue was un-tasteful I enjoyed it, another thing I give credit to is the scene where there is silence and you can feel the emotions instead of hearing awful words from the characters mouths. Honestly you can watch this one and find enjoyment so watch it just skip some scenes.
  • rachaelblake007

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    Much like its two predecessors, Revenge of the Sith has enough mindless, wall-to-wall CGI and flashy glow-stick fencing so as to be wholly intangible and even headache-inducing. On the acting side of things, Ewan McGregor, Ian McDiarmid, Natalie Portman, Samuel L. Jackson, and (later) Jimmy Smits hold the film together as best as they can given the schlocky screenwriting, and you can tell Hayden Christensen really is trying (by the way, that was him in the Vader suit at the end, so props).

    ROTS truly stands out among the prequels, however, in its triumphant (but still inescapably uneven and ridiculous) final act of Shakespearean tragedy and sometimes poignant melodrama. Vader's rise towards the end, and the way he force-crushes the surgical room in his anguish, makes up for nearly every hilariously misguided Anakin character beat Lucas couldn't help but go through with.

    Revenge ultimately accomplishes the goal it sets for itself: tying the prequels and the originals together. By that standard alone, the film is a success.
  • rachaelblake007

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    In this PG-rated sci-fi adventure set three years after the onset of the Clone Wars, the noble Jedi Knights are spread out across the galaxy leading a massive clone army in the war against the Separatists.

    The audience has already resigned themselves to the fact that this prequel trilogy got aimed at a wholly different (read: younger) audience than the much superior original trilogy. That being said, Revenge of the Sith gets a lot right. Over-reliance on soulless computer generated effects aside, the battles never disappoint. Also, emotional screams aside, our (anti) hero's transformation into the iconic Darth Vader gets tastefully handled. Filmgoers might not have known or cared what transpired in the two preceding chapters, but this go-round conjures up poignancy and excitement in spades.
  • rachaelblake007

    the future of this beloved franchise seemed grim.

    The internet buzz had been booming with hype about the remake that was once thought to be a sequel. Lifetime fans of the franchise practically lived on the edge of their seats for years before the official announcement was made that the franchise was about to resurface. In fact, Dan Ackroyd, Harold Ramis and original director Ivan Reitman had been working on a script for the better part of a decade; a script intended to be a direct sequel. So why didn't the Ghostbusters 3 script ever see the light of day? Unfortunately, the script apparently relied heavily on the character we all know and love as Dr. Peter Vekman but Bill Murray(Vekman) simply wasn't ready to participate.
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