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  • The film was not only graphically genius, suspenseful and sad, but it was one that I found really got to me the most out of all of the films
  • Again, the graphics of this film are very well done, and I enjoyed seeing Yoda be more than just a puppet who is not really up for any Jedi fighting

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      The 2005 film “Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith” came as a conclusion to an event in movie history, where the story came to an end and left me somehow wanting to know more. The film was not only graphically genius, suspenseful and sad, but it was one that I found really got to me the most out of all of the films. I’m not saying it is my favorite one or anything, but it was the one that really

      got to my emotions more than the others did.

      In this movie, Anakin is finally pushed to the dark side by Darth Sidious (who is really Senator Palpatine) in order to save Padme and his unborn baby. He is tricked, and toyed with and because of his thirst for more power, is easily persuaded to turn to the dark side. Many Jedi are killed, almost to the point of extinction, and Darth Sidious has control over the Clone army he made everyone believe was for the Republic. Padme is unable to bear the weight of what she is told by Anakin, and is killed, her twin children going off to other parts of the galaxy so the Sith won’t find them. And Anakin is led to believe that he has killed her and his child in anger and her and Obi-Wan.

      Even though this film was the saddest I feel out of all of the Star Wars films, it was the ...


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      one that really showed how Darth Vader became who he was. He wasn’t a bad person, not the way he is made to seem in Star Wars: A New Hope. He was trying to save the love of his life, and his child, and because of his love was toyed with and controlled to believe things that were not true. That is so unbearably sad that I felt uncontrollably sorry for him. I liked that this movie led me to
      feel some sort of emotion aside from boredom.

      Again, the graphics of this film are very well done, and I enjoyed seeing Yoda be more than just a puppet who is not really up for any Jedi fighting. I really thought it was awesome that viewers got to see him fight. This was a great film that had a lot of emotion behind it, and I could tell that a lot of time went into to creating an atmosphere that viewers would appreciate and enjoy.




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