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After three years of fighting in the Clone Wars, Anakin Skywalker concludes his journey towards the Dark Side of the Force, putting his friendship with Obi Wan Kenobi and his marriage at risk.
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Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith

2005
Sci-fi
Fantasy
2h 20m
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Rated 14 Mar 2016
75
30th
This is what happens when you let elderly autistic billionaires make movies, part III.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
20
2nd
I'm so confused. Everyone says it's better than the other two, yet I see the exact same terrible writing, poor direction and bombastic special effects. Fuck George Lucas.
Rated 24 Apr 2010
2
2nd
The last, disgusting and orgasmic groan of that fat, has-been fuck Lucas, rolling off the battered, molested remains of your favourite childhood film memories.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
72
48th
A marked improvement over the previous two entries, with nice touches of darkness and foreshadowing to the original trilogy. McGregor and McDiarmid have a wonderful screen presence, and Christensen is certainly better than he was in AotC. Still, there are a number of awkward moments due to Lucas' shoddy and hackneyed writing, and this still isn't in the same league as any of the features in the original trilogy.
Rated 22 Oct 2014
34
6th
I find myself in an interesting crossroads. I sense that people who hate this might have written it off based entirely on how terrible the first two movies were. Meanwhile, I think those that praise it may be giving it too much credit based entirely on how terrible the first two movies were. The crossroads I face is trying to find a way to bridge the gap between these two ideologies and explain in simple enough words for either party that this movie is uniquely terrible on its own.
Rated 19 Jul 2008
70
51st
Easily the best of the new trilogy of this generation. The lightsaber duels, eye-popping effects and CGI are improved and upgraded. But, the dialog is mind-bendingly bad and everybody acting in this movie is pathetic, annoying, obnoxious and essentially obscene. Anakin's transition and switch into the dark side is poorly done also. However the final confrontation and conclusion between Kenobi and Skywalker is downright respledent and effulgent. A nice ending (or beginning) to the saga.
Rated 11 Sep 2021
80
65th
If Lucas had made this the only film of the prequel story the franchise would've been stronger. It's his opus: quotable dialogue, great performances, the best lightsaber duels, and suspenseful dogfights. And his editing should be studied by film students for the thematic and technical crosscutting. The digital look slightly dates it and Anakin's only presented with a righteous counterargument at the end. Otherwise this is smart sci-fi/political commentary that lands with a majestic final shot.
Rated 22 Oct 2015
75
54th
Just like "A New Hope" introduced a generation to laser guns and space battles, ROTS introduces a whole new generation to Republican national conventions and senatorial hearings. SciFi for folks who TiVo CNN.
Rated 17 Apr 2009
0
0th
Just as abysmally, unwatchably bad as Attack of the Clones, but it gets a zero for forcing me to hear idiots talk about how great it is because it's so dark and epic. Fuck you.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
77
71st
The closest George came to matching the awesomeness of the original trilogy. Of course, if he had had Vader (in suit) running around doing things, it would've been amazing, but he specifically said that wouldn't happen. Because who cares what the fans want, right?
Rated 14 Aug 2007
26
15th
CGI is pretty nice but the dialog is mind-bendingly bad. George Lucas should never, ever write dialog. There is no way to make the dialog work. Honestly if Samuel L. Jackson and Ewan McGregor can't make it watchable then no one can. There are a few good scenes in the movies (about two or three) but most of it is just laughably bad. In the case of Hayden's becoming Darth Vader "NOOOOOOOOOOO!" it's tear inducing laughably bad. Another swing and a miss for George. Strike out.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
82
81st
The best of the "newer" Star Wars films by leaps and bounds. Still not as good as any of the originals (IMO), but pretty damn good in it's own right.
Rated 28 May 2010
75
71st
Okay, time to own up. I genuinely like this film. In fact I really do enjoy it. You've all seen it, you all knows it has faults, but I think this film is the only one of the new trilogy that Lucas put real effort into writing. It's also the only film of the new trilogy with half decent acting from people other than McGregor and Neeson (if his five minutes of screen time counted for anything). For all the faults it may have this film does the very best it can to redeem the new trilogy.
Rated 23 Oct 2011
83
42nd
I think it makes up for the previous two episodes in some ways more than others. The clones look a little too cartoony for me, as do a few other effects. The final duels between Obi-Wan and Anakin and Yoda and Palpatine are entertaining, and the story itself is way more interested and well paced than I and II. Still has some cringe dialogue and questionable acting from Christensen, but it's interesting from beginning to end. I'm not sure how often I'll revisit this, but it's a good movie
Rated 21 Mar 2022
70
53rd
Oh wow I repressed the Noooooooooooo, it was like experiencing all over again for the first time. George Lucas pillow talk is most definitely a nightmare until he fans you with a giant stack of money held together with a star wars elastic band. Peak Emperor ham.
Rated 21 Dec 2015
70
65th
There are things to like (McGregor owning his part, what Lucas tries to do with the tragedy of Anakin) and things to not like (that much of the film looks like a crude computer game, what Lucas fails to do with the tragedy of Anakin). In terms of overall narrative, a drawback for those who've watched parts IV and V first (as one should) is that that Episode III merely bridges the gap. Quality-wise, you might be in trouble once you've seen the in every way superior 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'.
Rated 03 Jan 2010
6
34th
(after repeat viewings) Shares the same strengths and weaknesses as the 2nd one, it's just slightly better and less painful to sit through. It's still a far cry from the original classic trilogy. Lucas wouldn't know a proper dialogue if it crawled up his ass and died.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
19
3rd
Entirely devoid of soul. A filmmaker simply going through the motions.
Rated 05 Nov 2008
75
25th
Best of the prequels, but that isn't saying much.
Rated 28 Mar 2014
55
6th
Up to this point I've at least managed to take some pleasure from the action sequences in this trilogy, but not here. Given the multitude of new vehicles& aliens on display it's very clear Lucas knew this would be the last grand venue for his merchandising. Otherwise why create those tiny space robots that take apart other ships? Why'd they drop that weapon? Grievous' wheel? WTF? Remember the grandeur of the relative handful of ships on display at the end of Jedi? It's a giant sales display here
Rated 21 Apr 2015
80
67th
Still has flaws, like hokey dialogue, but the action feels fuller and more exciting (partially due to the great soundtrack), the story was on-point, and there are some memorable scenes like when everyone is turning on the Jedis. Hayden goes from being entertaining to being a tree a bunch of times throughout but I don't think he was terrible as a whole. Great sfx. I think people blow small problems out of proportion. For example, "noooo" is bad but that scene is still good.
Rated 27 Feb 2017
61
51st
The third and last chapter of the "Star Wars" prequels is arguably the best largely because of it being the last. The story of Anakin Skywalker's transition to Darth Vader is told in this dark tale of murder and betrayal. However, all the problems present in the first two movies are in this film as well, but only to lesser degrees. The main problem being all the emotional groundwork laid down in the first two movies is so weak the final pay-off left audiences screaming NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Rated 14 Aug 2008
81
65th
The meat and potatoes of the prequel trilogy and, thankfully, somewhat of a return to the quality that fans expected. Seems like Lucas should have focused more on the dark aspects of these films as the atmosphere here is similar to 'Empire.' Still, obvious room for improvement in dialogue and Hayden acts like a baby instead of the badass that Vader is supposed to be. Thankfully Ewan McGregor performs admirably and reaches out to the audience with the only honest emotional prequel performance.
Rated 29 Feb 2012
45
36th
By far the best of the infamous pre-logy. This one actually has it's moments (especially in the beginning) of adventure and humor, echoing the original trilogy. But THEN Anakin kills himself a Jedi. And then the Emperor be all like 'Youn'un! You be Darkside fo real yo! I be schoolin' yo ass now, dawg' and Anakin be all like 'A'ight whatever my nigga.' And I be all like: NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!
Rated 14 Aug 2007
90
93rd
The best of the new trilogy BY FAR.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
1
1st
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Rated 22 Jan 2011
59
33rd
I can't get over how bad most of the dialogue here is. The acting Is also a bit forced in places, although they obviously didn't have too good a script to work with. The only really good things are about it were the CGI and action sequences. Maybe the best of the prequels, but still not great.
Rated 08 Feb 2008
76
41st
You have to overlook some pretty big leaps in logic (holy shit does Anakin "turn" fast!), but it was the only episode of the second trilogy that didn't bore me to tears or make me angry. Definite thumbs up for the ending and the brief appearance of that familiar hallway from "A New Hope".
Rated 10 Jan 2010
16
9th
Embarrassing that myself and so many others initially thought that hey, this one wasn't that bad! It's because the last scene is the only one in the entire prequel trilogy that actually felt like Star Wars at its best, leaving you with an afterglow after the terrible videogamey fan servicing that preceded it. A handful of points for McDiarmid chewing scenery so hard he opened up a portal to the Evil Dead universe.
Rated 21 Sep 2011
40
26th
Although they may lack a cast with anyone as likeable as Carrie Fisher or Harrison Ford, the notion that the prequel trilogy is vastly inferior to the original three films is due to misplaced nostalgia. This final entry is still rickety and clunky, but the fact that it is in a tragic rather than heroic key enables a tad more complexity and subtlety than previous episodes. Had the worst scenes been executed in a slightly less egregious manner, the whole may have built to an effective conclusion.
Rated 01 Aug 2009
19
13th
Suffers from the same problems as the other two prequel trilogy films, in that the script is literally fucking retarded. Yes there are improvements in cinematography and performances (marginally!), but to be honest I'm surprised Lucas can even write his own name, let alone a movie script. There is a certain fascination in seeing how one of cinema's greatest villains came to be, but aside from that this is dire.
Rated 02 Jan 2009
50
38th
Outdoes the two films before it in pretty much all areas. What would have been a good film however is ruined by Lucas' ability to not write a single line of believable dialog and Christensen's still horrid acting (although he has a few fantastic moments on Mustafar, the scenes taking place there being the best in the film). At least R2-D2 gets to kick some ass, Yoda gets to kick even more ass, and McDiarmid and McGregor are excellent. Easily the best of the prequel trilogy.
Rated 17 May 2008
63
19th
Lucas has always known how to completely pervert what is one of the most acclaimed sci-fi series' in the world--this is just the cherry on top.
Rated 16 Apr 2019
7
76th
Lucas may have missed with the first 2 episodes in the prequels, but I think he gets this pretty right. It has issues, especially with balancing so many subplots, a lot that weren't actually fully fleshed, a way too long runtime, and Christensen's acting actually may have gotten worse, but it nails down the important things it needed to to bridge it to the original trilogy, and that last battle...maybe a bit too overly choreograph, but satisfying nonetheless. Props to Lucas.
Rated 18 Aug 2014
79
96th
Revenge of the Sith has a flawless opening. The visuals, the score, and the sheer scale are all epic and impressive. The dialogue between characters, especially at emotionally charged moments, is probably the weakest aspect of the film; but it's still a vast improvement on its prequel predecessors.
Rated 16 Mar 2008
75
37th
DO NOT WANT!!!
Rated 01 Dec 2006
50
13th
what a load of crap
Rated 02 May 2007
25
20th
Remember you, I will, Chewbacca. Haha, the "best" of the prequels is still a steaming load of Wookiee shit.
Rated 09 Mar 2012
25
9th
I don't know why people hold this movie above the other two, but it was about the same. Mindless, boring action, and back story to a universe I don't care about. There isn't a single emotion or laugh in the entire movie. I don't understand how you can make Natalie Portman bad, but these movies do it. The chemistry between her and Anakin is pathetically non-existent. It feels like everyone is reading awkwardly from a script. Why when you cut off someones limb, there isn't a single drop of blood?
Rated 17 Jan 2010
55
19th
When the Vader frankenstein "noooo" scene came around there were audible snickers in the theater I was in. Despite being pretty shitty the prequels had a certain charm about them because of the strength of the mythos had grown larger than the films had. I suppose it is possible to throw enough special effects and eye candy that you can ignore the terrible writing since I did watch it again on dvd. It's also undeniable that Lucas is incapable of interpreting his own creation.
Rated 20 Sep 2010
67
57th
More dissapointment from the latter trilogy, but at least it ended. Some good special effects, outweighed by wooden souless perfomances. Noooooooooooo indeed. But it's Star Wars and its worth seeing at least once if for nothing else to show you how amazingly entertaining the first trilogy was some 30 years prior.
Rated 27 Jul 2008
80
70th
Best of the prequels. I just wish Hayden didn't look so goddamn petrified.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
42
10th
The critics said it was much better than the previous 2. "Much" was an overstatement, it's only slightly better.
Rated 07 Dec 2010
73
47th
If I have to say one thing, this is a vast improvement over the other two prequels. But, saying this is the best of the prequels isn't exactly a complement. Still, this movie is interesting to see just because of Anakin's "gradual" transformation into Darth Vader. The acting's improved, but not always, and the movie forces comedy as always. The movie is pretty good when it sheds it's "kiddy" nature. The worse thing, of course, is you have to watch Episode II to get to this.
Rated 29 Oct 2007
30
5th
Someone has got to stop George Lucas from writing because nearly every ounceof dialogue in this movie is cringeworthy trash that I never want to hear again. Ever.
Rated 13 Sep 2018
27
23rd
This is, by far, the closest the prequels got to a legitimately good movie. There is some good stuff here in the way of plot, story, character, and tone. All of these elements are mostly inconsistent though. However, the biggest problem with this movie is that the one character it needs to get right it gets so wrong in so many ways. Anakin never feels like a hero and when he has his turn he never feels like a villain either. All-in-all this movie just sucks.
Rated 09 Feb 2007
2
21st
George Lucas' writing - the biggest downfall of the prequels - here is the most grating, and even worse on top of Christensen and Portman's wretched acting. But in comparison to its predecessors, this one gets along pretty well. The downfall of Anakin Skywalker is intense. It's fun, and the best of the prequels.
Rated 14 Dec 2006
60
28th
Best of the new trilogy. Still pretty bad.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
40
5th
Hayden Christensen makes me sad.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
97
95th
My love for this film is shameful.
Rated 12 Jun 2016
72
50th
It doesn't live up to its full potential, but there's no denying that Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith is a powerful, fan-pleasing installment.
Rated 27 Jan 2020
86
61st
Miles above the Disney sequel trilogy. The dialogue isn't great but this is still the most quotable Star Wars movie. "Did you ever hear the Tragedy of Darth Plagueis the Wise?" ... "He could actually... save people from death?" "The dark side of the force is a pathway to many abilities some consider to be unnatural." "Is it possible to learn this power?" *slowly turns head, revealing sly smirk* "Not from a Jedi." Christensen and Portman are admittedly awful
Rated 01 Apr 2009
72
63rd
The movies keep getting better in my opinion. Better than the first and second movie. Much more action, which is a good thing, much more psychological than the first two movies, but some things are done a bit too childish. I'm glad that Jar Jar is less in it, but the scenes with R2 are a bit childish at times. Just as in the other films, the specials are great, and the lightsaberfights are really awesome now at times, which is way better than in the first two movies.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
45
26th
Okay, look. I hated even the idea of this movie (and its two prequels). And, mostly, I hated the execution as well. But the last twenty minutes.....they don't make up for the misguided film(s) in the least. However. As someone who grew up on the first -- and true -- Star Wars trilogy, those last 20 minutes were almost, ALMOST worth all the preceeding dreck. Almost.
Rated 10 Dec 2012
61
30th
Easily the most solid of the prequels, but that doesn't mean it isn't bland and uninspired. Lucas continues to prove he should leave the series in better hands.
Rated 09 Apr 2007
70
47th
The best of the new Star Wars trilogy. That's not saying much though as none of them are close to the first trilogy.
Rated 25 Jul 2010
78
48th
The film improves (and alot) from the previous two prequels, but it is still under the shadow of the original ones
Rated 14 Aug 2007
7
84th
The Battle of Coruscant and Count Dooku's execution-via-lightsaber-scissors kick it off in a good way, and after a bit of awkward meandering and the embarrassment of Chewbacca and Grievous' absurd appearances, the last hour or so the film ("Nooo!" notwithstanding) is the best hour of Star Wars since the original trilogy. Dark, epic, action-packed, and drawing the mythos of the entire saga together, it gives justification to the trilogy.
Rated 03 Mar 2009
0
12th
Lucas closes the circle: the last of the three prequels, evenly spaced out at three-year intervals. The filmmaker's latter-day visual style comes back to us in a twinkling: the flatness of the humans and the overfertilized fluorescence of their computer-generated surroundings, something like sticks of wood in a stop-motion tomato patch.
Rated 11 Mar 2008
70
14th
Satisfying only in seeing the conclusion of the prequels and how it all came together, but the performances are weak (McGregor excepted!), the romance flounders, and the special effects try to compensate too much for the genuine warmth, humor and imagination of the "earlier" (lateR) films.
Rated 27 Dec 2007
5
12th
I find the lack of low scores on Criticker disturbing.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
80
57th
The best of the new trilogy, though that isn't saying much. In fact, it is nearly as good as the worst of the original trilogy, which is saying quite a bit.
Rated 03 Jan 2017
95
92nd
Hands down the best prequel movie. Oh and of course the MEMES.
Rated 14 Oct 2007
55
2nd
Absurd writing and lack of consistent direction ruin this movie.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
47
38th
This movie could have been good, but it wasn't.
Rated 29 Mar 2011
60
37th
Best of the prequels, which isn't saying much. If you want to know why the prequels are stupid visit redlettermedia. He much more thoroughly and eloquently explains the nature of their suckage more than I can. I just have to say that this one just barely made 60 due to the sheer number of hands cut off during the course of the film. Also Anakin murders children.
Rated 16 Oct 2020
70
55th
General Grievous is so fucking cool.
Rated 19 Jan 2020
90
91st
The prequels hit a stride in this movie in many ways. The chemistry between McGregor and Christianson carries most of the dramatic weight, along with another stellar performance from Ian McDiarmid. Somewhat over-rated within the fan community for being Darker and Edgier.
Rated 17 Apr 2009
2
18th
Better than the other two but that is not saying much.
Rated 10 Dec 2006
70
27th
Great graphics, great fight scenes, I just can't get past the worst script I've ever had to endure. Hayden Christensen is the worst actor ever. Who cast him to play Darth fucking Vader?!
Rated 11 Dec 2020
60
26th
Obi-Wan: "You were the chosen one! It was said that you would destroy the Sith, not join them! Bring balance to the force... not leave it in darkness!"
Rated 27 Oct 2008
0
2nd
I will kill George Lucas at Midnight with a shovel.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
55
14th
Hayden can't act. In this third instalment, it is the most evident. The original 3 movies should have been left in their glory.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
30
11th
It's really terrible but worth it for the infamous Vader "NOOOOOOOOOOOOO" scene. I feel totally ripped off that the child Jedi massacre happens off screen.
Rated 08 Feb 2007
75
68th
Star Wars episode III is easily the best of the new trilogy. The script was a let down, especially when written by George Lucas, but the action sequences make up for its lack in script. One thing that really pissed me off about this movie is the overacting by most cast members, especially Christensen. I think the reason why the new trilogy is so bad is because of casting Christensen as one of the greatest villains in film. A real let down.
Rated 09 Jan 2007
3
28th
After seeing the first 2 I was expecting a third abortion. This is shitty but at least this one is watchable. Hayden Christensen was the worst casting choice of all time.
Rated 18 Mar 2007
3
38th
So bad, but not unwatchable-bad. Worth it to watch Anakin and Obi-Wan spin lightsabers behind each other's backs like retards and laugh and the utter idiocy of it all.
Rated 07 Jan 2011
75
74th
even the fanboy within cringed a bit at the anakin/padme dialogue. nevertheless, this stands alongside the other two prequels as SW canon. not nearly as annoyed by jar-jar as everyone else seems to be, and these films do introduce the Jedi Council, Dooku, and Grievous and better-choreographed lightsaber fights. but i'll be damned if it couldn't've been better, with some great acting talents (Portman, McGregor, Lee) on board.
Rated 30 Dec 2016
59
30th
for me the best movie of this trilogy. it mostly has to do with the fact that this movie has more action-packed moments than the first two parts. furthermore, there were actually moments that were kind of funny.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
26
4th
Apparently Darth Vader was just a timid, childlike jackass who needed to bring home the bacon.
Rated 15 Mar 2008
0
2nd
Worse piece of crap put on film. Lucas should be ashamed!
Rated 25 Jan 2020
100
87th
Whenever someone asks what my favorite Star Wars movie is, I always say Episode 3 and they think that I'm joking and get frustrated with me. However if i'm in a group, someone will always agree with me and then this OT loyalist will just get upset because someone dared to say something other than Empire. More happens in this movie than any other and we get to see General Grievous who is one of my favorite characters.
Rated 20 May 2014
71
59th
Nah I'm just kidding the word is TONE
Rated 29 Feb 2016
85
87th
not much bad acting/dialogue. cool looking space battle start. dooku quick cool. grievus pretty cool at times. the descent to madness and distrust cool, nightmares. plagueis. yoda fight cool master exile. order 66, ani+palp+obi+padme powerful. especially parallel operating tables. killing younglings just needed to be more believable. he didnt seem to really believe the empire ideals either, nor focused enough on saving padme. next time i'll probably put this over 1
Rated 14 Aug 2007
55
5th
Worst Star Wars movie ever...because of this: "NOOOOOOOOOOOoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo"
Rated 14 Aug 2007
58
23rd
What I liked about this Star Wars prequel more than the others is that, unlike the past two "episodes", this one isn't made for the kids. It has more violence than any other Star Wars film because it's supposed to be the darkest movie out of them all. It succeeds but still comes nowhere close to how good the first trilogy was.
Rated 26 Feb 2019
80
76th
Best Prequel, great acting job by Hayden and EwanMcGregor, all the fight scenes were great (palaptine was merely good).
Rated 14 Oct 2008
96
94th
I totally loved this one no matter what anyone says!
Rated 07 Oct 2010
60
33rd
Hayden Christensen can't act. I like the movie, but when the plotline revolves around Anakin is is hard to make anything decent when HAYDEN CHRISTENSEN CAN'T ACT!
Rated 14 Aug 2007
70
33rd
It's over, the prequels are over! Dark and brooding (which is a good thing) it is better in many respects than the first two. The death of Padame is a cop out though. Worth it for the helmet scene.
Rated 18 Aug 2015
70
20th
Over-choreographed combat and rough direction bring down what is otherwise a strong movie about the downfall of one of the greatest heroes/villains of all time.
Rated 29 Dec 2017
52
55th
I'm not a fan of Star Wars, so the fact that I wasn't humming 'baby elephant walk' the whole time means that, at least for me, its a step up from the bottom of a very long staircase.
Rated 28 May 2019
61
31st
This still has quite a few noticeable pacing issues and some laughable melodrama. At the same time, it's a good glimpse at to what the trilogy could have been. There are moments of brilliance. Anakin's character arc is more interesting than ever. Fantastic lighting helps this to be, perhaps, more tonally daring and risk-taking than some of the original trilogy. Calling this the most watchable of the prequel trilogy isn't a compliment, but it's definitely the most interesting of the three.
Rated 28 May 2008
95
92nd
The return of Darth Vader!
Rated 14 Aug 2007
10
0th
Awful.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
75
56th
It was the best of the prequels and I thought McGregor took Obi-Wan to a whole new level of awesome. The editing and story and blah blah blah, you know what I'm talking about, could have used some work.
Rated 23 Jul 2008
25
15th
revenge of the suck.
Rated 23 Jun 2020
80
84th
Yo if you like Star Wars you like it, if you don't you don't. That's okay. Star Wars isn't a media franchise, it's pineapples on pizza. And let me just say? They're delicious.
Rated 02 Sep 2013
63
16th
Definitely the best of the prequels, though none of them come anywhere close to the original trilogy. These movies have always baffled me for the sole fact that It's the same dude as the first 3. How does that even happen? All of the acting is better than the first 2, and the romance was the most believable here. The cringe was quite as prevalent as before, but some of the lines were still hilariously bad. Not too bad, especially by the prequels standards. I give 6 crisp legs out of 10.
Rated 25 Sep 2010
31
8th
Only looks good compared to the other two prequels.

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