History Film / RevengeOfTheSith

19th Nov '17 2:25:57 PM costanton11
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** Similarly, this is how Palpatine managed to get the Senate to believe that the Jedi turned traitor. Technically, they did go renegade and try to orchestrate a coup against him. He just left out the little detail that he is a ''Sith Lord''.

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** Similarly, this is how Palpatine managed to get the Senate to believe that the Jedi turned traitor. Technically, they did go renegade and try to orchestrate a coup against him. He just left out the little detail that they did so because he is a ''Sith Lord''.
10th Oct '17 6:14:25 PM themetalstickman
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** The Separatists on Mustafar were admittedly ass-holes, but their drawn-out assassinations were also excessive.

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** The Separatists on Mustafar were admittedly ass-holes, greedy, murderous assholes, but their drawn-out assassinations executions were also excessive.
9th Oct '17 7:37:41 AM Ingonyama
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** Like ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'', Anakin stands by as someone is being hit by Force lightning and makes a decision that affects his fate forever. This is particularly meaningful because the first time it happens (chronologically) his decision is what [[FaceHeelTurn makes him fall to the dark side]], while the second time is [[HeelFaceTurn when he returns to the light side]], and this return occurs because [[SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong he makes the decision he should have the first time]] (killing Palpatine), with the end result that instead of one he loved dying (Padmé), they get to live (Luke). [[PlotParallel The parallels between the moments]] and how [[BookEnds one perfectly reverses the other are striking]], and again many of the camera angles are the same.

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** Like ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'', Anakin stands by as someone is being hit by Force lightning and makes a decision that affects his fate forever. This is particularly meaningful because the first time it happens (chronologically) his decision is what [[FaceHeelTurn makes him fall to the dark side]], while the second time is [[HeelFaceTurn when he returns to the light side]], and this return occurs because [[SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong he makes the decision he should have the first time]] (killing Palpatine), with the end result that instead of one he loved dying (Padmé), they get to live (Luke). [[PlotParallel The parallels between the moments]] and how [[BookEnds one perfectly reverses the other other]] are striking]], striking, and again many of the camera angles are the same.
9th Oct '17 7:36:24 AM Ingonyama
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** Like ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'', Anakin stands by as someone is being hit by Force lightning and makes a decision that affects his fate forever. This is particularly meaningful because the first time it happens (chronologically) his decision is what [[FaceHeelTurn makes him fall to the dark side]], while the second time is [[HeelFaceTurn when he returns to the light side]], and this return occurs because [[SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong he makes the decision he should have the first time]] (killing Palpatine), with the end result that instead of one he loved dying (Padmé), they get to live (Luke). The parallels between the moments and how one perfectly reverses the other are striking, and again many of the camera angles are the same.

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** Like ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'', Anakin stands by as someone is being hit by Force lightning and makes a decision that affects his fate forever. This is particularly meaningful because the first time it happens (chronologically) his decision is what [[FaceHeelTurn makes him fall to the dark side]], while the second time is [[HeelFaceTurn when he returns to the light side]], and this return occurs because [[SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong he makes the decision he should have the first time]] (killing Palpatine), with the end result that instead of one he loved dying (Padmé), they get to live (Luke). [[PlotParallel The parallels between the moments moments]] and how [[BookEnds one perfectly reverses the other are striking, striking]], and again many of the camera angles are the same.
8th Oct '17 7:30:24 PM Ingonyama
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** Like ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'', Anakin stands by as someone is being hit by Force lightning and makes a decision that affects his fate forever. This is particularly meaningful because the first time it happens (chronologically) his decision is what makes him fall to the dark side, while the second time is when he returns to the light side, and this return occurs because he makes the decision he should have the first time (killing Palpatine), with the end result that instead of one he loved dying (Padmé), they get to live (Luke). The parallels between the moments and how one perfectly reverses the other are striking, and again many of the camera angles are the same.

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** Like ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'', Anakin stands by as someone is being hit by Force lightning and makes a decision that affects his fate forever. This is particularly meaningful because the first time it happens (chronologically) his decision is what [[FaceHeelTurn makes him fall to the dark side, side]], while the second time is [[HeelFaceTurn when he returns to the light side, side]], and this return occurs because [[SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong he makes the decision he should have the first time time]] (killing Palpatine), with the end result that instead of one he loved dying (Padmé), they get to live (Luke). The parallels between the moments and how one perfectly reverses the other are striking, and again many of the camera angles are the same.
8th Oct '17 7:26:32 PM Ingonyama
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** Like ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'', Anakin stands by as someone is being hit by Force lightning and makes a decision that affects his fate forever. This is particularly meaningful because the first time it happens (chronologically) his decision is what makes him fall to the dark side, while the second time is when he returns to the light side, and this return occurs because he makes the decision he should have the first time (killing Palpatine), with the end result that instead of one he loved dying (Padm&eacute), they get to live (Luke). The parallels between the moments and how one perfectly reverses the other are striking, and again many of the camera angles are the same.

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** Like ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'', Anakin stands by as someone is being hit by Force lightning and makes a decision that affects his fate forever. This is particularly meaningful because the first time it happens (chronologically) his decision is what makes him fall to the dark side, while the second time is when he returns to the light side, and this return occurs because he makes the decision he should have the first time (killing Palpatine), with the end result that instead of one he loved dying (Padm&eacute), (Padmé), they get to live (Luke). The parallels between the moments and how one perfectly reverses the other are striking, and again many of the camera angles are the same.
8th Oct '17 7:25:47 PM Ingonyama
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** Like ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'', Anakin stands by as someone is being hit by Force lightning and makes a decision that affects his fate forever. This is particularly meaningful because the first time it happens (chronologically) his decision is what makes him fall to the dark side, while the second time is when he returns to the light side, and this return occurs because he makes the decision he should have the first time (killing Palpatine), with the end result that instead of one he loved dying (Padm&eacute), they get to live (Luke). The parallels between the moments and how one perfectly reverses the other are striking.

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** Like ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'', Anakin stands by as someone is being hit by Force lightning and makes a decision that affects his fate forever. This is particularly meaningful because the first time it happens (chronologically) his decision is what makes him fall to the dark side, while the second time is when he returns to the light side, and this return occurs because he makes the decision he should have the first time (killing Palpatine), with the end result that instead of one he loved dying (Padm&eacute), they get to live (Luke). The parallels between the moments and how one perfectly reverses the other are striking.striking, and again many of the camera angles are the same.
8th Oct '17 7:24:47 PM Ingonyama
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** Like ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'', Anakin stands by as someone is being hit by Force lightning and makes a decision that affects his fate forever.

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** Like ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'', Anakin stands by as someone is being hit by Force lightning and makes a decision that affects his fate forever. This is particularly meaningful because the first time it happens (chronologically) his decision is what makes him fall to the dark side, while the second time is when he returns to the light side, and this return occurs because he makes the decision he should have the first time (killing Palpatine), with the end result that instead of one he loved dying (Padm&eacute), they get to live (Luke). The parallels between the moments and how one perfectly reverses the other are striking.
8th Oct '17 10:03:59 AM Josef5678
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* DeathByChildbirth: Anakin dreams this will happen to Padmé. He immediately begins working to figure out a way to prevent it from happening. She does die in childbirth.
** Subverted in that, while she died ''during'' childbirth, the actual cause was DeathByDespair due to [[SelfFulfillingProphecy Anakin's actions]].

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* DeathByChildbirth: Anakin dreams this will happen to Padmé. He immediately begins working to figure out a way to prevent it from happening. She does die in childbirth.
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Subverted in that, while she died ''during'' childbirth, the actual cause was DeathByDespair due to [[SelfFulfillingProphecy Anakin's actions]].
5th Oct '17 9:33:38 PM MJC
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* SavedByCanon: It's a given that all of the characters who appeared in the original trilogy (Vader, Obi-Wan, Yoda, Palpatine, etc.) will survive the events of the movie.
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