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Writer-director George Lucas's fifth entry in the Star Wars saga actually the second, chronologically speaking is by far the richest since 1980's The Empire Strikes Back. The overall production value and special effects are spectacular -- that's par for the course -- and the narrative thrust and emotional resonance far surpass that of Episode I: The Phantom Menace. It picks up the story ten years after the action in the previous film, as ...
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Liam Neeson, Ewan McGregor, Natalie Portman, Hayden Christensen DVD Run time: 418 minutes. Originally released: 2008. 6 discs. Language: English. The Star Wars Prequel Trilogy ... is a science fiction thriller in a widescreen DVD format. This six-disc set of science fiction thrillers includes Episodes I, II, and III, and each episode is broken up into two discs each. The first two discs in the six-disc set consist of Episode I, entitled The Phantom Menace. The third and fourth discs are for Episode II, known as Attack of the Clones; and the fifth and sixth discs include Episode III, which is Revenge of the Sith. A young Anakin Skywalker is depicted in the first three episodes. As the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy progresses, Anakin grows up and begins to gain strength and wisdom from his father. Each disc includes extras such as games, trailers, and photo galleries, creating an interactive experience for the viewer. The Star Wars Prequel Trilogy packs in 418 minutes of action, drama, and suspense into this DVD Read more Show Less

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Closed Caption; Commentaries for each film by George Lucas and crew, documentaries, deleted scenes and more
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
Writer-director George Lucas's fifth entry in the Star Wars saga actually the second, chronologically speaking is by far the richest since 1980's The Empire Strikes Back. The overall production value and special effects are spectacular -- that's par for the course -- and the narrative thrust and emotional resonance far surpass that of Episode I: The Phantom Menace. It picks up the story ten years after the action in the previous film, as Annakin Skywalker Hayden Christensen, now a Padouin apprentice to Obi-Wan Kenobi Ewan McGregor, is impatient to become a full-fledged Jedi knight and find his long-lost mother. Meanwhile, he is assigned to safeguard Senator Padme Amidala Natalie Portman, the former queen whom he has loved since he was a young boy. Separatist forces led by the sinister Count Dooku Christopher Lee threaten the peace of the galaxy, and a full-fledged war seems imminent. Lee offers strong, charismatic villainy with Dooku. It's a trait sorely missing from the previous film, and film buffs will enjoy it as a reference to the cold presence of the late Peter Cushing, Lee's former Hammer Studios costar, in the original film. For the Star Wars universe, Attack of the Clones is a stirring, powerful movie and an important turning point in the saga. It's also a major crowd-pleaser for fans of Yoda and Boba Fett alike. Among the supplemental features on the double-DVD set is a detailed commentary featuring Lucas, producer Rick McCallum, sound editor Ben Burtt, and effects supervisor Rob Cohen. The disc also affords several informative documentaries: "From Puppets to Pixels," describing the evolution of character animation; "State of the Art: The Previsualization of Episode II," including never-before-seen animation effects; and "Films Are Not Released, They Escape." There are also three behind-the-scenes featurettes, a gallery of poster art, and other incidental materials.
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Star Wars fans waited breathlessly for this concluding installment of the three-part prequel to the Luke-and-Leia story arc, knowing full well that it would end in sadness and defeat for the forces of good. And on that score, writer-director George Lucas does not disappoint: Revenge of the Sith is the film that shows Jedi knight Anakin Skywalker Hayden Christensen turning to the Dark Side and becoming Darth Vader, one of the most chilling villains ever created for the screen. The Sith's revenge also includes the defeat and destruction of the Jedi order by the evil forces of Chancellor Palpatine Ian McDiarmid, which Lucas accomplishes with visceral flourish that earns the previously PG-rated series its first PG-13 designation. Further setting the stage for A New Hope a.k.a. Star Wars Episode IV, we see the birth of twin infants Luke and Leia to Skywalker’s beloved wife, Padme Natalie Portman, and the flight of Jedi masters Obi-Wan Kenobi Ewan McGregor and Yoda voiced by Frank Oz into exile and uncertainty. No doubt about it, Revenge of the Sith is the darkest Star Wars entry of them all, a movie that definitely puts the "opera" in "space opera." Lucas, with the usual help of the series’ score composer, John Williams, presents everything on a grand emotional scale worthy of La Scala. Despite the all-pervasive air of tragedy and the snippets of dialogue that teeter on the brink between giggle- and cringe-inducing, Revenge of the Sith is nothing short of invigorating, employing every special-effects weapon in the Industrial Light and Magic arsenal. Revenge of the Sith is truly a breathtaking motion picture, certainly the best of the prequels; against considerable odds, it concludes the saga on a creative high.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/4/2008
  • UPC: 024543560067
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  • Source: 20th Century Fox
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Cinemascope (2.35:1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Surround EX
  • Language: English, Français
  • Time: 6:58:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Ewan McGregor Obi-Wan Kenobi
Natalie Portman Queen Amidala / Padme Naberrie
Hayden Christensen Anakin Skywalker
Ian McDiarmid Supreme Chancellor Palpatine
Technical Credits
George Lucas Executive Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace: Feature Film
1. Opening Logos [:21]
2. The Phantom Menace [1:31]
3. Short Negotiations [1:31]
4. Queen Amidala [1:31]
5. Landing On Naboo [:09]
6. Jar Jar Binks [:09]
7. Otoh Gunga [:09]
8. Boss Nass [5:52]
9. The Planet Core [:54]
10. Invasion of Theed [1:05]
11. Suprise Rescue [1:22]
12. Running the Blockade [2:05]
13. Tatooine [1:25]
14. Watto's Shop [1:31]
15. Fateful Meetings [:52]
16. Dinner Conversation [3:26]
17. Preparing for the Race [1:44]
18. A wager With Watto [:53]
19. Meet the Podracers [1:53]
20. Begin the "Race" [4:19]
21. Lap Two [:50]
22. Home Stretch [1:18]
23. Collecting the Prize [4:10]
24. Choosing a New Path [1:24]
25. Darth Maul Attacks [3:31]
26. The Queen's Worries [3:27]
27. Arrival On Coruscant [:03]
28. The Jedi Council [6:10]
29. Senate Session [:13]
30. Testing Anakin [:08]
31. Palpatine's Nomination [1:12]
32. Anakin's Future [2:59]
33. The Queen's Gambit [2:34]
34. A Plea to the Gungans [:49]
35. Battle Plans [2:06]
36. "Wipe Them Out" [1:53]
37. Retaking the Palace [3:05]
38. The Conflict Continues [4:12]
39. Duel of the Fates [:21]
40. Gungan Retreat [1:10]
41. Qui-Gon vs. Darth-Maul [5:02]
42. Capturing the Viceroy [:27]
43. Obi-Wan vs. Darth Maul [1:19]
44. Control Ship Destroyed [2:18]
45. A Sith Vanquished [3:31]
46. Chancellor Palpatine Arrives [:20]
47. New Knight, New Apprentice [2:26]
48. Farewell to a Jedi [3:09]
49. Naboo Celebration [1:07]
50. End Credits [:08]
Disc #3 -- Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones: Feature Film
1. Opening Logos [:24]
2. Attack of the Clones [1:27]
3. Return to Coruscant [1:27]
4. Chancellor's Meeting [1:27]
5. Old Friends [:46]
6. Assasins [:46]
7. Speeder Chase [:46]
8. Into the Club [1:45]
9. New Assignments [2:34]
10. Traveling Incognito [:02]
11. Dexy's Diner [3:28]
12. Jedi Archives [3:50]
13. "Encouraged to Love" [:14]
14. Yoda and the Younglings [7:00]
15. Return to Naboo [3:13]
16. Audience With the Queen [4:07]
17. Kamino Arrival [:49]
18. Meeting Lama Su [1:47]
19. Stolen Kiss [2:14]
20. Inspecting the Clones [1:02]
21. Teasing a Senator [1:14]
22. Jango's Apartment [:20]
23. Forbidden Love [2:00]
24. Obi-Wan's Report [:59]
25. Nightmare [1:31]
26. Obi-Wan vs. Jango [1:15]
27. Back to Tatooine [1:49]
28. Asteroid Chase [:24]
29. Lars' Homestead [1:22]
30. Anakin's Search [1:59]
31. Dookus Separatist Plot [2:30]
32. Tusken Camp [:22]
33. Out of Range [2:17]
34. "You're Not All-Powerful" [3:43]
35. Enemies Revealed [:13]
36. Obi-Wan Captive [1:58]
37. Emergency Powers [1:49]
38. Droid Factory [:06]
39. Love Pledge [2:49]
40. The Arena [:06]
41. "This Party Is Over" [2:35]
42. Yoda's Cavalry [:07]
43. Clone War [3:28]
44. War Room [1:18]
45. Duel With Dooku [2:42]
46. Master Yoda [1:22]
47. "Well Done, Lord Tyranus" [2:19]
48. "Begun, the Clone War Has" [:05]
49. Secret Union [3:51]
50. End Credits [:44]
Disc #5 -- Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith: Feature Film
1. Opening Logos [:23]
2. Revenge of the Sith [1:26]
3. Battle Over Coruscant [1:26]
4. General Grievous [1:26]
5. Rescuing the Chancellor [:03]
6. Confronting Grievous [:03]
7. Happy Reunions [:03]
8. Grievous On Utapau [1:14]
9. Counsel With Yoda [5:20]
10. Bad Dreams [1:56]
11. The Chancellor's Request [:58]
12. On the Jedi Council [7:02]
13. Secret Assignment [:07]
14. Not the Chosen One? [5:06]
15. Seeds of Distrust [2:06]
16. Tragedy of Darth Plagueis [1:50]
17. Kashyyk [1:35]
18. Brothers' Farewell [2:16]
19. A Hero Lost [1:49]
20. Arrival On Utapau [2:26]
21. Obi-Wan vs. Grievous [1:02]
22. Jedi War Council [1:33]
23. Sidious Revealed [:57]
24. Utapau Chase [:58]
25. Mace Learns the Truth [1:01]
26. Anakin's Fatal Decision [1:22]
27. Mace vs. Sidious [3:47]
28. Rise, Lord Vader [1:32]
29. March On the Jedi Temple [2:18]
30. Order Sixty-Six [2:04]
31. Time to Leave [1:32]
32. "Wait for Me" [:15]
33. The Heroes Regroup [2:13]
34. Birth of the Empire [1:37]
35. The Terrible Truth [:47]
36. Obi-Wan Confronts Padmé [2:04]
37. Padmé's Departure [1:00]
38. "You're Breaking My Heart" [:16]
39. Battle of the Heroes [3:12]
40. Yoda Visits the Emperor [2:14]
41. Yoda vs. Sidious [1:26]
42. Narrow Escapes [:26]
43. Immolation [1:19]
44. The Emperor Arrives [4:25]
45. Secret Delivery [3:00]
46. Birth and Rebirth [:55]
47. Lord Vader Awakes [1:22]
48. The Future of the Twins [3:42]
49. A New Hope [1:34]
50. End Credits [2:01]
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Disc #1 -- Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace: Feature Film
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Disc #2 -- Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace: Special Features
   Trailers and TV Spots
      Teaser Trailer
      Theatrical Trailer
      Music Video: "Duel of the Fates"
      Tone Poems: "One Love"
      Tone Poems: "One Dream"
      Tone Poems: "One Destiny"
      Tone Poems: "One Will"
      Tone Poems: "One Truth"
      Adventure: "The Saga Begins"
      Adventure: "All Over Again"
   Deleted Scenes and Documentaries
      Deleted Scenes Documentary
      "The Beginning" Making Episode I
      Deleted Scenes Only
         Complete Podrace Grid Sequence
         Extended Podrace Lap Two
         The Waterfall Sequence
         The Air Taxi Sequence
         Dawn Before the Race
         Anakin's Scuffle With Greedo
         Farewell to Jira
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         "All I Need Is An Idea": George Lucas Begins the Arduous Task of Writing
         "Thousands of Things": Discussing the Design Challenges of the Film
         "Home Sweet Home": Anakin's Hovel Comes to Life
         "Boys in Paradise": The Property Department Gets Down to Business
         "This Is a Creature Film": Crafting the Movie's Aliens
         "Prime of the Jedi": Evolving the Jedi Fighting Style
         "Assistant Directors": A Day in the Life of an A.D.
         "Three Thousand Anakins": Searching for the Chosen One
         "It's Like War Now": Production Maneuvers in the Tunisian Desert
         "Costume Drama": Creating Fashion for a Galaxy
         "Bad Droid Karma": The Trouble With Artoo
         "Movie Music": John Williams Strikes a Chord
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         Costumes
         Design
         Fights
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   Animatics and Still Galleries
      Introduction to Animatics
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      Star Wars Starfighter: The Making of a Game
Disc #3 -- Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones: Feature Film
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Disc #4 -- Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones: Special Features
   Trailers and TV Spots
      Teaser 1: "Breathing"
      Teaser 2: "Mystery"
      Teaser 3: "Forbidden Love"
      Music Video: "Across the Stars"
      Character Campaign: "Obi-Wan"
      Character Campaign: "Anakin"
      Character Campaign: "Padme"
      Character Campaign: "Mace"
      Character Campaign: "Yoda"
      Character Campaign: "Artoo"
      Character Campaign: "Jango"
      Character Campaign: "Clones"
      Action: "Jedi"
      Action: "Anakin's Story"
      Action: "Biggest Action Hero"
      Action: "War"
   Documentaries
      "From Puppets to Pixels: Digital Characters in Episode II"
      "State of the Art: The Previsualization of Episode II"
   Deleted Scenes
      Padmé Addresses the Senate
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      Jedi Temple Analysis Room
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      Obi-Wan & Mace - Jedi Landing Platform
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      Extended Arrival On Naboo
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      Padmé's Parents' House
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      Padmés Bedroom
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      Dooku Interrogates Padmé
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      Anakin and Padmé On Trial
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   Featurettes
      "Story"
      "Love"
      "Action"
   Web Documentaries
      "Here We Go Again": The Digital Cinema Revolution Begins
      "Wedgie 'Em Out": Designing the Jedi Starfighter
      "We Didn't Go to the Desert to Get a Suntan": Location Shooting Around the World
      "Trying to Do My Thing": Ayden Christensen Is Anakin Skywalker
      "A Twinkle Beyond Pluto": Extras Fill Out the Star Wars Galaxy
      "It's All Magic": Visual Effects Wizardry Starts On the Set
      "Revvin' It to the Next Level": Sounds From a Galaxy Far, Far Away
      "A Jigsaw Puzzle": Building Model Communities
      "Bucket Head": Introducing the Fett Family
      "Good to G.O.": The Jedi Knights in Action
      "P-19": The Wardrobe of Padmé Amidala
      "Reel 6: Creating the Action in the Geonis Arena
   Dex's Kitchen and Still Galleries
      Still Galleries: Exclusive Production Photos
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      Still Galleries: One-Sheet Posters
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      Still Galleries: International Outdoor Campaign
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      Dex's Kitchen: "Films Are Not Released; They Escape"
      Dex's Kitchen: Episode II Visual Effects Breakdown Montage
      Dex's Kitchen: "R2-D2: Beneath the Dome"
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Disc #5 -- Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith: Feature Film
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Disc #6 -- Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith: Special Features
   Documentary and Featurettes
      It's All for Real: The Stunts of Episode III
      Within a Minute: The Making of Episode III
      The Chosen One
   Deleted Scenes
      Grievous Slaughters a Jedi: Escape From the General (Animato)
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      A Stirring in the Senate (Bail's Office)
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      A Plot to Destroy the Jedi?
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      Trailers: Nostalgia Teaser
      Trailers: Epic Trailer
      Trailers: Music Video - "A Hero Falls"
      TV Spots: Jedi Action (Kids)
      TV Spots: Jedi Unite
      TV Spots: Showdown
      TV Spots: To Protect You
      TV Spots: Seduction
      TV Spots: Celebration
      TV Spots: Brothers
      TV Spots: Epic Tragedy
      TV Spots: Treaser Cutdown
      TV Spots: Trailer Cutdown
      TV Spots: Dark Side Unleashed
      TV Spots: Tragedy
      TV Spots: Sith Happens
      TV Spots: Jedi Action
      TV Spots: Review
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      "Two Worlds, One Movie"
      ."..One World, Two Movies"
      "We Still Do a Little Bit"
      "Creating General Grievous"
      "This Weapon Is Your Life"
      "Video Village"
      "Epic Designs for an Expanding Universe"
      "C-3PO: His Moment to Shine"
      "Pick-Ups & Re-Shoots"
      "Becoming Obi-Wan"
      "The Wookiees Are Back!"
      "B-107: The Life of an HD Tape"
      "The Creatures of Episode III"
      "Endlessly Compelling: The Music of Episode III"
      "Becoming Sidious"
   Video Games and Still Galleries
      Star Wars Battlefront II: Xbox Game Demo
      Star Wars Battlefront II: Trailer
      Star Wars Empire at War: Game Trailer
      Exclusive Production Photos
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      One-Sheet Posters
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      Outdoor Print Campaign
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    I loved these movies. They are so real and emotional that it is not hard for you to imagine yourself with the characters in the situations they find themselves in. Movies like these allow us to escape the real world for just a couple of hours and help us to forget our stesses in life. I know they do for me.

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    What got me into Star wars

    I never got into these movies cuz teh hype was so high i just never gave it a chance. i watched the 6 movies in order, some say not to do it that way BUT I DID! and i loved the 1st 3 the best. part three almost had me crying... dang Natalie portman crying about how AHHHH you gotta see them.

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    amazing prequel movie trilogy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Posted October 1, 2010

    I Love Star Wars

    I love Star Wars and everything about it.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    FANTASTIC!!!

    FANTASTIC................

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