Star Wars

Star Wars

Episode III, Revenge of the Sith

DVD - 2005
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Torn between loyalty to his mentor, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and the seductive powers of the Sith, Anakin Skywalker ultimately turns his back on the Jedi, thus completing his journey to the dark side and his transformation into Darth Vader.
Publisher: Moore Park, N.S.W. :, Distributed by Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment South Pacific,, [2005]
Edition: Anamorphic widescreeen.
Copyright Date: ©2005
Branch Call Number: DVD FEATURE STA
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (DVD) (approximately 134 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Laser optical,rdavf,
video file,rdaft,
region 4,rdare,


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Feb 13, 2021

Star Wars Episode III - Revenge of The Sith is by far my favourite Star Wars episode. Everything in this movie, the plot, the characters, and above all the quotes take top rating. There are so many iconic scenes in this movie that, even after 15 years of it being out, these scenes are still talked about today. I would definitely give this 5 out of 5 stars for being such a well made iconic movie. I recommend this movie to anyone that has seen or even just heard of the Star Wars franchise. Definitely one of the top movies ever made. 5/5 stars
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aiya321 Oct 19, 2019

It’s very scary and sad 😢

Jul 22, 2019

2005 . Typical fun SW's movie with all the space adventures, creatures, villains and heroes! Rated PG. Great for kids.

Jun 07, 2018

Revenge of the Sith quickly rose to the top of my favourite Star Wars films due to the final push in Anakin Skywalker turning to Darth Vader, and A New Hope following chronologically afterwards. All of the pieces to what lead to one of the most iconic villains fall into place perfectly, giving the audience a whole new perspective on the original trilogy. This film implements characteristics into Luke and Leia’s mother and father that are very similar to their children, leading to a new understanding and giddiness when watching the first three films. The final battle of this film proves to be one of the best lightsaber battles of all time and keeps you on the edge of your seat, waiting for the outcome that leads to your favourite films @RiverPark of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public LIbrary

Star Wars Revenge of the Sith is the last movie in the Star Wars prequel trilogy. The movie takes place three years after the Clone Wars. Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi is sent to kill General Grievous, the leader of the Separatist Army. Meanwhile, Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker becomes closer to Palpatine, the Supreme Chancellor of the Galactic Republic and, secretly, a Sith Lord known as Darth Sidious. Their friendship threatens the Jedi Order, the Republic, and everything Annakin knows and loves. If you enjoyed the first two movies in the Star Wars prequel trilogy, or you want to know what happened right before Luke Skywalker were born, I would recommend watching the movie. Again, the movie is nothing but confusing and if you understand what characters are talking about, most of them argue completely different stand points than what they fought for in the previous movies. This movie is incredibly darker than the first two and I would not recommend it to a younger audience. However the final scenes of the movie will leave you on the edge of your seat. I would rate it two out of five stars.
@Sapphirereads of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

Whether you like the prequels or not, you have to agree that the movie Revenge of the Sith is the best film of the three prequels. Director George Lucas did much better with this film then with the Phantom Menace or Attack of the Clones. Although he stilled used CGI to create the creatures and planets you see in the movie, a lot more work seemed to be put into the look of the movie. There was amazing action, incredible music and lots of emotion. Creating the film that shows how someone can go from man to machine, happy to sad, and light to dark is hard but I think Revenge of the Sith did a great job. Although the ending of the movie comes to a sad and dark end it completely sets the stage for the original trilogy. This movie will always be one of my favorites. 4.5/5
@TheCanadianHufflepuff of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

This film is the third and final film in the Star Wars prequel trilogy. It's also the best of the three. This film fully improves on all of the weak points of the previous 2 movies. It begins with a very exciting space battle that leads into a great fight scene, which is a perfect opening for the film, in contrast to the extremely slow openings to the previous 2 movies. The plot is always exciting through the whole movie, and constantly engages the viewers. The movie concludes with an amazingly emotional finale, and it fully connects the prequel trilogy with the original trilogy. 4/5
@ecozones of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

Feb 10, 2018

All Star Wars are not only really good but set the standards and kicked into existence what we now take for granted as to visual effects even for television. This particular movie is perhaps my least favorite. All of the sudden, out of nowhere: "Hey, after all your years of training, well, nevermind that, how about turning to the dark side?" After seeing it several times; there is a build up and there are reasons for turning to the dark side. Unfortunately, it just still isn't plausible. It is still good, and Darth Vader had to be explained.

Dec 09, 2017

The visuals of the movie, especially the large scale scenes are absolutely spectacular, but the plot, characters, development - in short, the whole of the drama - is downright childish and oversimple. Its also overfilled with fight scenes.

The best of the prequals, but Natalie Portman feels very wasted here.

Mar 19, 2017

Have you ever heard the tragedy of Darth Plagueis the Wise?

Nov 01, 2016

plaine and simple best star wars movie ever! It is very sad but that makes it interesting, you have got to wach this movie! I would give it 5 stars.

Nothing to say about it except it was not as good as Star Wars Episode 2 "Attack of the Clones".

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Anakin: I HATE YOU!

Jan 10, 2016

Obi Wan: "You were my brother Anakin! I loved you!
Anakin: (moaning in pain)

Big_Dog_4293 May 19, 2013

Count Dooku: " I've been looking forward to this."

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Palpatine: " The Dark side is a path way to many abilities some consider to be, unnatural."
Anakin: " Is it possible to learn these powers?"
Palpatine: "Not from a Jedi."

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Anakin: " I think we lost something."
Obi-Wan: "well, we're still flying half a ship."

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Anakin Skywalker: "General Grievous, your shorter then I expected."

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General Grievous: "Time to abandon ship!"


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Nov 14, 2015

Frightening or Intense Scenes: A character is burned mercilessly, another dies in childbirth, frightening nightmares are shown, the Jedi are killed and the film grows darker as it progresses and may frightened a young child.


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