The Revenge of the Sith

Movie Review
                                                                      Star Wars
                                                                    Episode III
                                                                Revenge of the Sith
                                            "A Long Time an Galaxy Far Far Away..."

                Not since 1977 when the original Star Wars was released have we seen the wicked Darth Vader ensue chaos through the galaxy. The end is here for George Lucas' epic saga of war, love, and betrayal. It is no wonder that this film grossed $849,997,605 in the box office. It is a masterpiece.

    The story of the film is intriguing. This film draws to a close the 5 other Star Wars films. As the median film, it answers all the questions left by the past movies, which in fact are in the future of this film; also, it answers thoughts by the previous movies. This is the movie that answers who is Darth Vader? How did the Empire come to be? What happened to the Jedi Order? Why is Yoda in hiding? How did Luke and Leia come to existence?

    Our protagonist, Anakin Skywalker (played by Hayden Christensen) is also our antagonist. The plot tells the story of the young boy who grows up, and he feels under appreciated. His thoughts and feelings began to climax, and he starts to wonder if he really is going down the right path. Meanwhile, all the people he tough were his friends are turning on him. His master Obi-Wan Kanobi (Ewan McGregor) repeats to him to just relax and let things come to him, but that Anakin's problem. He is sick with the patience of the Jedi. He wants to get out there and live. Anakin's secret wife, Padme (Natalie Portman), tells him that she is expecting his baby, things complicate further. To add to his troubles, he begins to see visions in his sleep of Padme dying. He begins to speak to the chancellor, which only to his own knowledge, is the villain the Jedi are seeking. The chancellor...