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Anakin and Obi-Wan are assigned to search for Grievous on the planet Nelvaan, efforts of Yoda, Windu, Shaak Ti and others, kidnaps Palpatine for his Master, Dooku. Season, Episodes, Originally aired, Season DVD release dates .. Latino (, uncredited); Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters (); Labyrinth ( ). Anakin reports Palpatine's treachery to Mace Windu, who confronts and .. and that further information about 3D release plans would be issued at a later date. Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith () cast and crew credits, Supreme Chancellor Palpatine · Samuel L. Jackson Mace Windu . Darth Vader (voice) (uncredited) . Stuart McCowan foreign dialogue editor: Italian & Latin Spanish Release Dates | Official Sites | Company Credits | Filming & Production.
Another twisted-but-cool moment comes with Palpatine declaring himself Emperor, juxtaposed with shots of Vader killing the Separatist leaders. Palpatine, during his feigned capture by Count Dooku, delivers some rather flat, unconvincing lines.
Perhaps naturally, Anakin doesn't notice. The Bad Guy Wins: Palpatine, although he doesn't quite get his way; his new apprentice, who was supposed to become the most powerful Force user to ever live, is now crippled with Artificial Limbsand two of the most prominent Jedi survive the Purge and go into hiding, no doubt planning to return someday. And said apprentice's offspring is safe, ensuring they will grow up to become heroes of the Rebellion.
Battle Amongst the Flames: Beauty Is Never Tarnished: Several male Jedi, including Ki-Adi-Mundi and many in the Jedi temple, are shot dead by blaster fire. Their clothes—and bodies—show clear burn marks. However, when teal-skinned temptress Aayla Secura is shot at point-blank range by a squad of clones, the aftermath is conveniently obscured by the scenery.
Big Badass Battle Sequence: The Battle of Coruscant as well as Kashyyyk and Utapau. Anakin when Windu is going to kill Palpatine. Bail Organa when a youngling is gunned down right in front of him. Rune Haako before Vader kills him in Mustafar. Vader after hearing of his wife's death. The Order 66 protocol caused any clone trooper to become violently hostile towards the Jedi due to a mind-controlling bio-chip.
But He Sounds Handsome: Palpatine has a line that's something of a variant of this trope. When Count Dooku confronts Obi-Wan and Anakin in the opening rescue sequence, Palpatine says to them "Get help, you're not a match for him.
He's a Sith Lord. Anakin and Obi-Wan at the end, eventually. Hammered home when Obi-Wan addresses Vader as his brother at the end of their fight. The final shot is of Owen and Beru standing on a sand dune holding an infant Luke as Tatooine's suns set in front of them. This recalls the famous shot of Luke doing the same thing in A New Hope. It even plays the same music.
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After Obi-Wan kills General Grievous with a blaster, he declares the weapon to be "uncivilized". Obi-Wan greets Grievous on Utapau by saying "Hello, there A Skywalker standing over a disarmed fallen Jedi, with Palpatine urging him to deliver the final blow. A subtle one, but during the Order 66 montage, two clone troopers brake their speeders to get behind their Jedi commander and blast her to bits.STAR WARS La Venganza de los Sith-Palpatine se revela a Anakin (Latino)
In Return of the Jedi, Luke did exactly the same thing to the two scout troopers that were chasing him and Leia on Endor, and managed to cripple one of them and sent it crashing into a tree.
The camera shots of the speeders firing their lasers are even from the same angle. Like Return of the JediAnakin stands by as someone is being hit by Force lightning and makes a decision that affects his fate forever. The parallels between the moments and how one perfectly reverses the other are striking, and again many of the camera angles are the same. This is one thing that Luke Skywalker inherits from his mother — in Return of the Jedi, he believes though with slight reservations the same thing, and that Vader can be saved from the Dark Side.
He turns out to be right. Palpatine telling Anakin about Plagueis being more altruistic than is proper for a Sith and getting killed by his apprentice, while obscuring who was who, sounds somewhat like "a master of mine until he turned to good". It's more hinted in Palpatine's tone than said outright, but he sounds like he used to admire Plagueis and then was disappointed in him, just like Obi-Wan was in his friend when he first told Luke.
Before their fight on Mustafar, Vader warns Obi-Wan not to make him kill him. Palpatine lures Anakin to the Dark Side by promising him his wife's safety. In Return of the JediVader tries to convince Luke to become the Emperor's new apprentice by promising him his friends' safety. Anakin and Obi-Wan crash landing in the Invisible Hand's hangar bay might not count they weren't welcomeand so had to land as quickly as possible before the hangar bay doors closedbut Anakin crash-landing the burning wreckage of The Invisible Hand at a spaceport on Coruscant surely counts let's just say their rescue mission aboard the ship quickly got out of hand in fairly typical fashion.
Palpatine lets himself get captured, on his own orders, so that he can lure Anakin to the Dark Side and get rid of Count Dooku. As is par for the course in the Canon, Obi-Wan and Anakin share a lot of it during the opening battle of Coruscant. Grievous has the two Jedi captured and handcuffed and makes it crystal clear that he intends to kill them like the many other Jedi he's had the pleasure of offing. Obi-Wan just deadpans that "We have a job to do, Anakin, try not to upset him".
There's also plenty of it during their crash landing on Coruscant. The clone troopers when they arrive unto Utapau. When Luke and Leia are born, their heads appear slightly moist but are otherwise clean and dry. Might be justified due to advanced medical technology in the Star Wars Canon. The film ends with Anakin and Obi-Wan having a knock-down, drag-out brawl that destroys their lifelong friendship and cements Anakin's villain turn.
It is, naturally, set on a whole planet of molten lava.
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The Coats Are Off: Obi-Wan manages it three times in the course of this one movie, with Anakin not that far behind. One wonders where they get the replacements from. Color-Coded for Your Convenience: In the opening space battle, the Republic starships have red markings on their hulls, while the Separatist ships are painted blue.
Who knew that Yoda had met Chewbacca? One or two Jedi against a bunch of blaster-wielding enemies? They'll take them down without breaking a sweat. A whole temple full of Jedi against a bunch of blaster-wielding enemies? They get massacred down to the last youngling. Just like in The Phantom MenaceAnakin tries spinning during a battle.
It proves to be a good trick. Slightly out of chronological order due to the way the films were made, but Padme dies after giving birth to the twins, yet in Return of the JediLeia will recall having memories of her mother detailed enough to recall her appearance and mood. On Mustafar, Vader and Obi-Wan do not seem to be affected by the heat from the molten lava that they are battling over. The novelization justifies this by stating both are using the Force to protect themselves, and in the film itself, there is a blue glow on the underside of the platforms indicating there is some sort of force field to protect from the heat which also extends up past the sides and there are also miners standing on similar platforms in the lava lake.
The station itself also had a similar blue glow, and when it was accidentally turned off, the place started to disintegrate. It's worth mentioning that when Obi-Wan boards Padme's ship and escapes Mustafar, his clothing is visibly burned in some places. Averted at the conclusion of the battle on Mustafar when Vader bursts into flames a few feet away from the actual lava, his body laid out on the searing ground and his aforementioned Force protection likely giving out.
Anakin's fall to The Dark Side goes really quickly in this film, since we all know how it has to turn out. The Expanded Universe and novelization elaborate on this a bit more.
The last 20 minutes of the film sure packs in a lot of Exposition explaining how everyone gets to where they were at the beginning of A New Hope. Vader gets his armor. Luke and Leia are born and sent to live on Tatooine and Alderaan respectively. Obi-Wan and Yoda go into hiding on Tatooine and Dagobah, with the former promising to watch over Luke. It counts considering how this was one of the main goals of the prequel trilogy.
Near the end of his battle with Grievous, Obi-Wan attempted to knock the cyborg off his feet by kicking his leg. Obi-Wan ends up injuring himself and giving Grievous the opportunity to throw him off the platform they were on. Cuffs Off, Rub Wrists: Palpatine does this immediately after Anakin frees him from the chair on the command ship and again after Anakin destroys the battle droids guarding him on the bridge.
Easily the darkest of the prequel trilogy, or even the Star Wars Canon, and the novel is even darker. It has the distinction of being the first film in the franchise to receive a PG rating, followed by The Force Awakens. However, the PG rating didn't exist untilthe year after Return of the Jedi was released.
Dark Is Not Evil: Palpatine convinces Anakin that this is the truth. However, this is absolutely not the case as far as morality in the Star Wars Canon goes - shades of grey are present, but Palpatine is easily the most evil being in the Canon. The Force Theme towards the end of the movie. It turns into a hopeful Triumphant Reprise in the final scene, where the promise that Hope Springs Eternal makes itself clear. What he learns from Palpatine ends up driving her away.
Day of the Jackboot: Palpatine's plans come to fruition in this film as he establishes himself as Emperor.
They don't take the hint. Lampshaded in the novelization. When Nute Gunray begs to Vader that " Sidious said we would be left in peace," Vader cuts him down, responding "His transmission was garbled. He said you'd be left in pieces. Don't you find me handsome? He immediately begins working to figure out a way to prevent it from happening. Subverted in that, while she died during childbirth, the actual cause was Death by Despair due to Anakin's actions.
Death of a Child: After the cutscene, there are no more Jedi. You do the math. The movie manages to Never Say "Die" around the issue to soften the potential impact, with such Unusual Euphemisms as "Younglings," although the novel adaptation explains this is a catch-all term for young members of any species, so it incorporates children, pups, kittens, etc; also, the word is used in the same context in Attack of the Clones.
The word kill certainly comes up anyway. Jar Jar Binks, after a greatly diminished role in Attack of the Clones, is reduced to a non-speaking extra.
Mace Windu is killed by being thrown out a window while being electrocuted. Darth Plagueis is Sith Lord mentioned who was obsessed with finding the key to immortality.
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Palpatine tells Anakin Skywalker that Darth Plagueis became so powerful that he was able to create life by influencing the midi-chlorians, and had the power to save people from dying. Plagueis was killed in his sleep by his apprentice. Several Battle Droids were seen falling down to Coruscant when the Invisible Hand was losing stabilization and sinking to Coruscant in the beginning of the battle.
Inverted with Boga, who was a hero, and yet was shot down into a ravine alongside Obi-Wan after the execution of Order Mace gets thrown off a skyscraper to his death and the impact is never seen. Yes, Anakin, we understand that you were disappointed. The Jedi could've gone a lot easier on you, and we feel for you.
But don't you think you're overreacting? Even moreso because he wasn't giving the Jedi Council any other choice. His mentors, Yoda and Obi-Wan, had let him down easy on numerous occasions, should he ever get over the death of his loved ones. Anakin, however, wouldn't take 'no' for an answer. Palpatine leaves Anakin isolated from the people that care about him, e. Does This Remind You of Anything?
Vader saying to Obi-Wan, "If you're not with me, then you're my enemy! Amidala was at least going to be a Missing Mombut turns out to be this as well. Obi-Wan Kenobi decides to let an incapacitated Vader die by being left to burn on Mustafar's lava rather than kill Vader himself, unaware that Vader would actually survive and be rescued by Palpatine.
The Jedi are all hunted down and killed with only a handful remainingAnakin becomes Darth Vader, the Republic becomes the Empire, and both Yoda and Obi-Wan are exiled. The window in Palpatine's office during his fight with Mace, whom he later throws out of it. Drunk on the Dark Side: General Grievous takes this to the extreme with quad wielding. Anakin also takes Dooku's lightsaber after defeating him and uses it to behead him.
While he doesn't have as much as he does in Attack of the ClonesHayden Christensen Anakin delivers a few lines like this in this movie. Vader during his Villainous Breakdown after he's defeated by Obi-Wan on Mustafar, screaming out his hatred towards the Jedi master, who responds by telling him he loved him like a brother. Subverted in that he doesn't die, although it's played straight in a sense. In the opening shot of the film, one distant piece of debris that smashes into a Republic Cruiser is a flaming kitchen sink.
Apparently, it was a development team in-joke, since the sequence was so ambitious that they claimed to have "Thrown in everything but the kitchen sink", so for fun they threw in the sink as well!
The opening battle follows two lowly Jedi starfighters as they swoop in to join a massive battle above Coruscant. Vader believes that the Jedi have betrayed him and Obi-Wan has this realization himself when he discovers a hologram recording of him as Vader kneeling before Palpatine.
When Anakin's rebirth as Vader is complete, a mournful choral theme is heard. A similar choral theme happens when Sidious tells Anakin about Darth Plagueis at the opera - one of the few times that a Star Wars movie has diegetic sound.
I liked that hook, since it really made this section different from the sections that came before it. In those kinds of universes, magic is a phenomenon like electromagnetism, and it has measurable, repeatable results. In Star Wars, the Force is more like the latter kind of magic.
They channel the Force—and in so doing, they make life possible. As Plagueis warms to his topic he starts throwing around pseudo-scientific terms. Because of this, I did a lot of preparatory reading on outdated scientific concepts that were developed during ancient Greece and the Middle Ages.
Back then, people thought that there might actually be an energy field created by all living things that surrounded them, penetrated them, and bound the galaxy together. What if they all turned out to be right? Aristotle, for instance, believed that animals could spontaneously generate out of nothing. Therefore living things form quickly whenever this air and vital heat are enclosed in anything.
When they are so enclosed, the corporeal liquids being heated, there arises as it were a frothy bubble. Of course Aristotle was wrong, but then again he was no dummy. He was advancing a hypothesis based on the evidence available to him at the time.
And from the perspective of his peers, he might have been right. According to Darth Plagueis, these are the three fundamental forces of the universe: I kept misreading the original Greek and getting the image of a gorilla with an ironing board stuck in my head.
This is the aspect that contains higher consciousness and self-awareness. Or, as some might put it, the soul. Paul did a fantastic job in making the illustrations resemble Renaissance-era sketches. In fact, the overall design of the Darth Plagueis section, from the illustrations to the selection of the handwritten font, is intended to evoke Leonardo da Vinci.
That extends to the illustration labels too! The triangular diagram on this page has labels in each corner, written in the familiar Star Wars alphabet of Aurebesh. The diagram on this page shows a needle and two groups of cells, labeled A and B.
The words are written in Aurebesh mirror writing. And there are hints in the movies that Anakin Skywalker, the Chosen One, is the product of this experimentation. The diagram on this page shows data readouts for three different test subjects, labeled A, B, and C.
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Luke Skywalker has a healthier perspective in the comments. Nothing good comes from trying to cheat it. Or from being thrown down a reactor shaft, hey Palpy? How do you like them apples?
The abilities covered here though not necessarily listed under these names are: