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Star Wars, Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (Widescreen Edition)
Twentieth Century Fox Home Video DVD  ISBN/ITEM#: B00005JLXH
Date: 01 November, 2005 List Price $29.98 Amazon US / Amazon UK /

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It is hard to reconcile the high position in which you have placed these Jedi beings with their somewhat moronic behavior. Let us see if we can understand a few things. They have mental powers which can move objects but when a few space bots (Klaarg could have given them better ways to resolve this by the way) get on one of their ships they can't figure out how to get them off except by crashing into each other? They have a security system which monitors the very room where the evil guy does all his plotting but they don't bother using it until after everyone is dead? They talk and talk and talk and talk about the dangerous power of the Sith so when they get chances to off these beings they, instead, choose to walk away? Boy, have we got bad feelings about this. Frankly, and based solely on their behavior, these Jedi deserve everything they got. We have heard of species like this but never a collection of species which so seems to glory in ignorance and the belief in their special powers. The only good thing is that since the evil guys basically come from the Jedis' to begin with they are fatally flawed and doomed to failure anyway. Frankly, we are glad this series is over. It was bad enough Lucas could not figure out how to do it in order and it was worse when he apparently just decided to give up and play with special effects in the place of story.

(Source: Twentieth Century Fox Home Video)

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