Episode III also continues to expand audiences' understanding of The Force, the spiritual energy field made up of all living things that can be harnessed for light or dark. Rejoice for those around you who transform into The Force. Mourn them, do not. Miss them, do not. Attachment leads to jealousy. The shadow of greed, that is. Train yourself to let go of everything you fear to lose. According to buddhism. Chancellor Palpatine has his own dark lessons about The Force to teach Anakin.
Sounding a lot like a certain serpent in the Garden of Eden, Palpatine begins to lure the young Jedi to the dark side by twisting his ideas about right and wrong: "Good is a point of view, Anakin. And the Jedi point of view is not the only valid one. If you wish to become a complete and wise Jedi leader, you must embrace a larger view of The Force.
Yoda promises, "Your consciousness you will retain, when one with The Force. But the Old and New Testaments testify that a gulf does—and should—exist between this world and those who've gone onto the next Deut. One final spiritual point: Amid their lightsaber duel, Anakin tells Obi-Wan, "If you're not with me, you're my enemy. Nevertheless, by saying it, Obi-Wan not only dismisses the importance of absolute truth, but he inadvertently brands those who cling to it the equivalents of the Sith.
A well-endowed alien female she has long appendages growing out of her head, but otherwise looks human attends a Coruscant social event wearing a revealing, flimsy white dress. A young Jedi woman's outfit shows some cleavage as well.
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The entire Star Wars series has been marked with combat and violence, most frequently consisting of clone warriors or robots going down bloodlessly. Episode III has no shortage of such battles, with lots of dispensable cronies biting the dust in blaster fire or at the blade of a Jedi.
But frequent decapitation of hapless enemy droids isn't how Episode III earned its PG rating the most restrictive rating ever for the series.
Instead, several flesh-and-blood characters lose limbs to those with better lightsaber skills. In its description of these violent elements, USA Today 's movie preview read a lot like the ones we write here at Plugged In Online : "Women and children are slain. The heroic Jedi Knights are all but slaughtered.
Characters lose arms, legs and heads in lightsaber duels. One character catches fire, screaming in agony while the flesh peels off his body. Audiences don't actually see the severed head, but we do glimpse both scything blades coming together before the camera flashes away—leaving no doubt about what's happened. Palpatine congratulates Skywalker, saying, "It is only natural.
He cut off your arm, and you wanted revenge. Again, we don't witness these murders, but a later scene shows the children's crumpled corpses scattered on the floor.
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Easily the most graphic, disturbing images come at the climax of Anakin's lightsaber duel with Obi-Wan. During an acrobatic attack, the older Jedi removes one of Anakin's arms and both legs below the knees in one fell swoop. In all the scenes where characters lose limbs, the offending lightsaber also cauterizes the wound, which keeps it from bleeding. Kenobi then leaves the crippled Anakin slipping into a volcano's lava flow, where he catches fire and writhes for a time, screaming in agony.
Several scenes show Anakin's horribly charred body after he's "rescued" by the chancellor and reconstructed as Darth Vader. Other violent scenes include Palpatine's lightsaber duels with Mace Windu and Yoda.
In the first, Windu loses his hand and receives the full force of Palpatine's Force lightning attack, which is deflected back onto the chancellor, disfiguring his face. The trauma of the event apparently induces the premature labor of her twins. Yoda gets repeatedly knocked around like a rag doll—which he actually is, in a sense! Yoda also decapitates two clone troopers. Other Jedi fall to Palpatine's saber and his clone troopers' blasters; likewise, the Separatist leader Nute Gunray and his subordinates find themselves on the receiving end of Anakin's lightsaber.
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Count Dooku uses The Force to hurl Obi-Wan across a room, where debris falls on him and pins his leg. An alien-droid hybrid is shot in the midsection and catches fire. Clone troopers and Wookiees engage in a fierce battle that leaves many bodies on both sides. The tragic end of Anakin Skywalker and the emergence of Darth Vader—juxtaposed with the birth of Luke and Leia—is a fitting conclusion to Lucas' saga.
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User Reviews. Jan 25, Seriously, I don't understand all those bad ratings. This film is like the incarnation of the word "epic". The final fight scene is among the best ever created, filled with epic dialogues, awesome music composed by Mr. Williams and a fight with speed, power and energy. That's how Seriously, I don't understand all those bad ratings. That's how a fight is supposed to be. And yet the film has more to offer than just action. It has a very dark atmosphere and a quite deep story for an action movie.
Palpatine's corruption is well written and you even can see the movie as a metaphor to our real life in a few ways. This movie is just one of the best movies ever made, and it's even better than the original Star Wars a new hope. Because it grew up, it's not just about good vs. Tragic story and awesome movie, hands down. This review contains spoilers , click expand to view. TheQuietGamer Mar 10, George Lucas caps off the prequel trilogy with a stunning finale.
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One brimming with spectacle, excitement, and emotion. Even now in this is still a phenomenal looking movie. It blows away just about every modern movie in the special effects department. The world of Star Wars has never George Lucas caps off the prequel trilogy with a stunning finale. The world of Star Wars has never looked more alive. I've said it once and I'll say it again, George Lucas can craft an action scene like no other.
The fights here are probably his best work. They're intense, powerful, and incredible to behold. Whether it's an all out war or a more personal one-on-one duel, Lucas delivers on all fronts. The action is a sight to behold. So how's that writing? For starters Lucas gives the "romantic" dialog from Attack of the Clones a lot of much needed improvement. There's no cringe worthy dialog shared between Anakin and Padme here some goofier lines are present, but incredibly rare. Not only that, but the politics so many hated listening too in the previous two movies of the prequel trilogy have once again been mercifully toned down.
Without going into too much detail let me just say that everything that needed to be done to tie up the trilogy before moving into A New Hope has been handled masterfully.