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Star Wars Episode III: Revenge Of The Sith
Ewan McGregor, Hayden Christensen, Natalie Portman, Christopher Lee
Dir: George Lucas
Twentieth Century Fox
12

Star Wars Episode 3
Revenge Of The Sith
review

After nearly 30 years, George Lucas can finally bring the curtain down on more than one Empire with this the final prequel to the classic movies he spawned in 1977.
Everybody might know that Anakin Skywalker (Christensen) is going to turn to the Dark Side, that his wife, Padme (Portman), is going to give birth to twins, Luke & Leia and that C3PO will remain a camp guardian angel / rust-bucket, throughout.
The question is, how?
 

The story is an intricate tying up of loose ends, which never fails to enthral at every turn, whereas the sets and effects simply amaze. The final battle scene on a lava - covered planet are breathtaking and worth the admission price alone.

Episode I of the trilogy was a disappointment that gave the world Ja-Ja Binks, Episode II an improvement that saw Ja-Ja Binks destroyed and the third is a film of such immense proportion and satisfaction that it has to be seen to be believed, not least for the fact that Ja-Ja Binks isn't in it.

High Noon in space it may be, but what a fitting finale to a classic series of films that gave birth to movie merchandising as we know it and almost single handedly rejuvenated interest in movie going, around the world.

If for nothing else, Lucas should be praised to the stars for this alone.

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