Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith

2005 • 140 minutes
4.08K reviews
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Discover the true power of the dark side in Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith. Years after the onset of the Clone Wars, the noble Jedi Knights lead a massive clone army into a galaxy-wide battle against the Separatists. When the sinister Sith unveil a thousand-year-old plot to rule the galaxy, the Republic crumbles and from its ashes rises the evil Galactic Empire. Jedi hero Anakin Skywalker is seduced by the dark side of the Force to become the Emperor's new apprentice – Darth Vader. The Jedi are decimated, as Obi-Wan Kenobi and Jedi Master Yoda are forced into hiding.


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"Within A Minute: The Making Of Episode III" Feature-Length Documentary
78 minutes
Producer Rick McCallum details the various teams of people and incredible effort involved in creating the epic lightsaber duel between Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi on Mustafar.
Deleted Scene: A Plot to Destroy the Jedi?
1 minute
Yoda, Mace and Obi-Wan discuss their concern over the Chancellor's increasing powers as well as a plot aimed towards the Jedi.
Deleted Scene: Anakin Kills Shaak Ti
1 minute
In the first cut of Episode III, Jedi Master Shaak Ti was killed by General Grievous aboard his flagship. In a later edit, Shaak Ti was to be killed by Anakin during the assault on the Jedi Temple. With her death scene cut twice, Shaak Ti was spared.
Deleted Scene: Seeds of Rebellion (Padmé's Apartment)
1 minute
Mon Mothma and Bail Organa discuss the formation of the Rebel Alliance. Padmé suggests that the Jedi be consulted in this matter, but the group decides to take action before involving the Jedi.
Deleted Scene: Yoda Communes with Qui-Gon
1 minute
In the script, Yoda makes contact with Qui-Gon Jinn from beyond the grave; Qui-Gon then teaches Yoda the secret of becoming one with the Force. This was cut early enough that Liam Neeson never recorded the dialogue, so only a temporary voiceover exists.
Deleted Scene: Exiled To Dagobah
1 minute
In a heartrending scene, an exiled Yoda arrives on Dagobah.
ILM Episode III Siggraph Reel
4 minutes
In this reel of effects footage you'll see examples of character and vehicle animation, digital face and head replacement, matte paintings, match-moving and set extensions, miniature environments, and more.
The Journey Part 1
7 minutes
From the final day of shooting to the international premiere of Episode III, the stars and the artists behind Star Wars comment on the conclusion of the saga.
The Journey Part 2
5 minutes
The fascinating journey continues as the film’s cast and crew share their stories of Star Wars' epic final chapter.
Discoveries From Inside: Hologram & Bloopers
3 minutes
J.W. Rinzler and Monica Chin-Perez enter the Archives to view original work prints for the 35mm hologram of Princess Leia, an early version of the Death Star explosion, a recently discovered blooper reel featuring actors’ flubs and more.
Conversations: The Star Wars That Almost Was
5 minutes
Jonathan Rinzler and Pablo Hildago, historians and writers for the Star Wars empire, reveal how iconic moments and stories from the Saga almost took very different paths - and discover original ideas behind classic characters and quotes.
Deleted Scene: Grievous Slaughters a Jedi / Escape from the General
2 minutes
While trying to locate the kidnapped Palpatine, Obi-Wan and Anakin find that Shaak Ti has been captured by General Grievous. After Grievous assassinates Shaak Ti, Obi-Wan and Anakin are forced to flee.

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4.08K reviews
Donal Finn
November 1, 2018
Is it flawed? Probably. Did that interfere with my ability to enjoy the hell out of it? Not in the slightest. 30 seconds into the movie (post crawler) You KNOW you are watching Star Wars, and I can't say the same about the first two prequels. This movie id worthy to wear the Star Wars badge, unlike those deliberate attempts to irritate and divide the audience Disney is barfing up. Those films are intentional cultural vandalism, they were never intended to be good. The same excuse can't be used on the two films which preceded this one. Darth Maul absolutely stole the show and saved the Phantom menace, and by his presence alone it earned a passing grade. I can't even remember what Attack of the Clones is about, or what happens in it, it was...BORING... With Maul not yet risen from the dead and the second film leaving me wished I'D been cloned (So I could have sent my clone to watch the movie) I wasn't expecting much from "Sith"...But the main event we've waited 30 years to see,: Darth Sidieous Vs. Yoda (C'mon, even the most jaded movie goer can't say THAT isn't worth the price of admission) not to mention Vader vs. Obi Wan round 1. Make this one of my fav Star Wars films.
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Big Frank Reviews
March 12, 2019
Probably one of my top 2 favorie Sci-fi films of all time. Everything from the emotional story to the depth of the cinematography just compels me to go out and buy my kid a lightsaber so we can duel out in the yard. John Williams best work by far. The score for the Mustafar scenes and the little bit right before the Arrest of Palpatine where anakin is in the temple and padme is in her apartment and theyre staring out the window were both incredible.. This movie is a paragon of emotion. 5 stars.
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Chris Morris
April 24, 2018
This story was dark and sad, and really really good. I really felt Anakin's struggle and seeing the path that he took was heartbreaking. The acting was better in this one than the first two. And the script was way better. And very minimal silly stuff that detracts from the story (cough cough Jar Jar Binks). Chancellor Palpatine's fight scenes were a bit silly; he acted ridiculous with this silly look on his face and made some odd noises. If the acting and script had been better, I would have given this 5/5.
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