The last of the Star Wars prequels which makes this movie a must-see before we go back to the New Hope with Luke Skywalker. The reason for this is obvious – it shows the journey of Anakin from the light side to the dark side, an evil empire arises from the ashes of the Clone Wars. Image source: Fandom.
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Despite my bad start of the day, I did not have the heart to cancel one of the activities for the day – watching Star Wars Episode III.
So, there we were at IOI Mall at 2.30 pm to catch the final of the saga. As expected, there were plenty of seats as it was a working day. What a movie it was. In short, it is the best movie in the prequel trilogy. Just as I expected, plenty of eye-popping special effects and the final move to be the Darth Vader had the hair on our back standing up.
Destiny is thus completed.
There was a lot of bad review on the story over the internet but after seeing the movie, the reviews were simply craps. The story made sense and was believable. One thing I agree though…”Anakin” was not convincing enough to be so quickly changed into the dark side. It was as if George Lucas rushed on the matter. Luckily there were less “romantic – romantic moments” and whatever there was, it was kept to the minimum.
It was good to see Chewbacca back in the action and Yoda…yes, the cool one he was. The Chancellor Palpatine was a frightening one and we can feel the evil in him in the cinema. Lord Grievous’ fight with Obi-Wan Kenobi with 4 light sabres was an unforgetful moment.
Luckily the cinema’s digital sound system was up to the mark and added the aura on the movie. I will be seeing it again as it is simply not enough.