Star Wars : Episode IIi - Revenge Of The Sith

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In 2005, the year “Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith” came out, I was a mere 9 years old. My parents being rather strict about my movie watching, I was not allowed to see the film upon its release. I was crushed, especially since my best friend who is a month younger than me saw it in theaters (the injustice!). Two years later, my parents gave me the gift I wanted most for my 11th birthday: a “ticket” to watch “Revenge of the Sith” with them on my dad’s DVD copy that night. (I still have that ticket, a green, rectangular piece of paper with a simple black font with the words “ADMIT ONE” across the top). It was the highlight of my moviegoing life to that point. I loved the film.
As the years went on and my love for Star Wars waned, I still held “Revenge of the Sith” in high esteem amongst its peers. I remembered it as being superb to the other prequels in basically every way and for a time it was my favorite film in the franchise. Having rewatched it, I can say my memories were too fond, though the movie is certainly the best of the prequels.
This tragic third installment in the beloved saga chronicles Anakin Skywalker’s (Hayden Christensen) fall from Jedi Knight to evil incarnate: Darth Vader. Skywalker is beguiled by the promises of one Supreme Chancellor Palpatine (Ian McDiarmid), who promises Anakin he can save his wife Padmé Amidala (Natalie Portman) from dying in childbirth as Anakin has foreseen. Before his turn to the dark side, Anakin fights alongside

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