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An item in used but good condition. May have minor damage to jewel case including scuffs or cracks, or to the item cover including scuffs, scratches, or cracks. The cover art and liner notes are included for a CD. VHS or DVD box is included. Video game instructions are included. No skipping on CD/DVD. No fuzzy/snowy frames on VHS tape. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab
|Seller Notes:||“As the photos show there is no picture on the cover. The DVD is in good working condition and minimal signs of usage. Reference photos.”|
|Genre:||Sci-Fi & Fantasy||Region Code:||DVD: 1 (US, Canada...)|
|The Force is with us in EPISODE III: REVENGE OF THE SITH, the final chapter of the six-part STAR WARS series, which began a long time ago (1977) in a galaxy far, far away... and is now complete in its cyclical perfection. This visually awe-striking kaleidoscope of interplanetary imagination features the unmatched digital animation and special effects of George Lucas's Industrial Light and Magic. With pink and orange skies casting a golden sheen over magnificent landscapes through which space ships dart and light sabers flash, the spectacle of the film, while hypnotizing, is but a complement to the intense, crucial plot.Anakin Skywalker (Hayden Christensen) remains the Jedi apprentice of master Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor). Battling dark forces that threaten the Republic, the duo quickly eliminates enemy Count Dooku (Christopher Lee), and Anakin proves--as he states more than once--that his powers have doubled. An intimidating warrior with superior knowledge of the Force, Anakin becomes the pet of Chancellor Palpatine (Ian McDiarmid), who is connected to the dark side. Meanwhile, Padme (Natalie Portman), the senator and former queen who is secretly married to Anakin, is pregnant, and Anakin is tortured by dreams of her dying in childbirth. With Obi-Wan on Utapau battling cyborg General Grievous (Matthew Wood), and Yoda (Frank Oz) joining the Wookiees of Kashyyyk, the sage warnings of the Jedi council (Samuel L. Jackson, Jimmy Smits) go unheard by Anakin. His moodiness and glowering are a clear precursor to his inevitable, terrifying metamorphosis into Darth Vader, the dark leader of the evil Empire who haunts the remainder of the series. John Williams's famous orchestral score with its thunderous marching themes adds more continuity, with refrains reminding viewers of STAR WARS EPISODE IV: A NEW HOPE, in which Padme's children Luke and Leia take charge.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||51718979|
|Product Key Features|
|Genre||Sci-Fi & Fantasy|
|Additional Product Features|
|Leading Role||Hayden Christensen, Natalie Portman, Frank Oz, Ian Mcdiarmid, Ewan Mcgregor|
|Display Format||Canadian; 2-Disc Set; Full Frame|
|Number of Discs||2|
|Edition||Canadian; 2-Disc Set; Full Frame|
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Save the best for last.
Its an old saying but it does hold true. George Lucas certainly saved the best for the last installment in the prequel trilogy. While this new trilogy got off to a shaky start, it definitely gained momentum and exploded on to the screen with Revenge of the Sith. There was so much energy in this film, so much emotion, and so much intensity, most people will say the entire prequel trilogy was well worth watching to see it play out. This movie was absolutely fantastic. Every Star Wars wanted this movie, and they got it. But knowing how it would turn out, didn't change a viewer wanting to see Anakin prevail and overthrough the Sith influence. A good movie such as this, draws the audience in and makes us sympathize with the characters. We all wish for the best but know that it will all go horribly wrong. Yet, when all is done, we all still have Hope.