PT Reasons People think ROTS is a good Film

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  1. Garrett Atkins Jedi Grand Master

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    Why do people consider this such a good film? It doesn't make much sense to me but that is just IMO. What do you guys think?
  2. Feelicks Jedi Master

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    1. Ian McDiarmid's & Ewan McGregor's great performances
    2. No Jar Jar
    3. Better writing and acting in general
    4. Great music
  3. Alexrd Force Ghost

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    What exactly doesn't make sense? That different people have different opinions/preferences/taste?
  4. DARTHVENGERDARTHSEAR Chosen One

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    It was the best episode in the Prequels, but again, the acting and feel of the movie could have been more emotional.
  5. Sistros Force Ghost

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    1. Ian McDiarmid's & Ewan McGregor's great performances

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    i'll give you that


    the story, the pacing, the illogical plot points make it a star wars film I don't watch often tbh
  6. Eggrert Jedi Knight

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    Give me Jar Jar over cackling Palpatine any day.
  7. Seagoat Force Ghost

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    Jar Jar WAS in ROTS.

    Watch the scene where Anakin returns to the Senate, and also at Padme's funeral.
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  8. DARTHVENGERDARTHSEAR Chosen One

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    I will say this: it had more emotion than the first two. Just not enough, though.
  9. Death T Jedi Master

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    It was an amazing movie. Simple as that.
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  10. mes520 Jedi Grand Master

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    Agree with things said above

    Also some great quotes

    "I am the Senate"

    "So this is how liberty dies...with a thunderous applause"

    And the epic duels ^:)^
  11. Darth_Zandalor Force Ghost

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    The final third of the film. The first two thirds are suffering from the same problems as Return of the Jedi, with way too much damn stuff going on and not really jiving. But once all the extraneous plot threads are tied up, and the five hundred supporting characters are all killed off, things really pick up. From Order 66 onwards to the end credits could be their own movie.
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  12. Force Smuggler Chosen One

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    Hayden was loads better in this movie.
    Ian McDiarmid, nuff said.
    The music
    We find out how everything came to be that was in Episode 4
    Lightsaber battles
    Space battles
    The feeling that this was the end. This hyped it up for me so much
    The death of the Republic
    Order 66
    Have you heard of the Tragedy of Darth Plagueis the Wise?
    Wish we could have seen the Rebellion scenes
  13. anakinfansince1983 Chosen One

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    I can't stand ROTS, but...yeah, this.
  14. PiettsHat Force Ghost

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    Not to pick on your post, but I've often wondered, was Hayden really better in ROTS? Or was Anakin just written in a manner that more people could appreciate and enjoy?

    It's a question I often ponder because I get the feeling that sometimes Hayden's performance in AOTC is lambasted not because he performed poorly, but because people didn't like Anakin's character and didn't want to accept it. Thus, they turned to blaming Hayden rather than admitting that his portrayal accurately represented young Darth Vader. Not everyone of course, but it is something I consider.
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  15. BoromirsFan Jedi Grand Master

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    You keep posting topics to which the answers are obvious. People have different opinions than YOU
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  16. Sistros Force Ghost

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    i'll give a few reasons why I think ROTS was "ok" so not to be accused of being a basher

    1. Anakin was more relatable, at times you felt a bit sorry for him

    2. the lightsaber fights were watchable and some..well one..a bit more realistic

    3. Sidious' scenes

    4. Dooku didn't have an offscreen death (i'd take the lame death he had over that)

    5. Obi-Wan was true to form, surviving purely on luck (something he doesn't even believe in)
  17. KED12345 Force Ghost

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    ROTS was amazing imo, it's generally rated as high as ROTJ.
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  18. Force Smuggler Chosen One

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    His voice. In AOTC his voice got on my nerves. In ROTS I was fine with his voice. Made it enjoyable. For example "This is where the fun begins" at the start of the movie is so much better to listen to than anything he said in AOTC
  19. PiettsHat Force Ghost

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    Fair enough, I can see why you'd enjoy the ROTS incarnation more for that reason. I just wonder if it's an issue of Hayden's acting, though? What I mean is, Hayden plays Anakin much younger and more petulant in AOTC compared to ROTS. That and he himself is also younger which would likely factor.
  20. Samnz Force Ghost

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    A small sample for you:

    Because...

    ... it can be brilliant with saying a word:
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    ... it takes its time to be quiet:
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    ... and loud:
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    ... it shows how Palpatine finally owned the Senate:
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    ... it portrays the most adult romantic relationship of Star Wars:
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    ... it deals with terrifying transformations of individuals:
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    ... and society as a whole:
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    .... it contains numerous meaningful little moments:
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    ... it bridges the trilogies:
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  21. Ambervikings91 Jedi Grand Master

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    It's a very cool film, people like it for a lot of reasons, even if you don't agree it is hard for me to get how you couldn't even understand why others would like it. But it seems like most of your posts are light trolling of some type.
  22. Eggrert Jedi Knight

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    It's a severely flawed movie, but it also has some of the saga's finest sequences. I still get chills watching [parts of] the Order 66 montage, with John Williams' epic score, that beautiful shot of Yoda dropping his stick and clutching his heart, the way the camera pans back during Aayla Secura's death scene...it's just perfect.

    I still think the whole "prophecy" bit was a poor idea to begin with, but the way Obi-Wan screams "You were the chosen one!" is utterly heartbreaking.

    Ian McDiarmid is absolutely brilliant (at least until he turns into the cackling caricature we remember from Jedi).

    I admit that I still have no idea what exactly is going on during the scene where Bail Organa gets turned away ("Sorry, sir. You have to go." "And so it is"), but there's something about that scene that's powerful all the same.
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  23. Force Smuggler Chosen One

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    In AOTC he was supposed to be a petulant and younger Jedi and pulled it off admirably. I hate that he was like that though. Anakin in ROTS is my version of Anakin.
  24. EHT New Films Manager

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    Why do people like things I don't like? It doesn't make much sense to me but that is just IMO. What do you guys think?
  25. DRush76 Force Ghost

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    I really don't see how one person can fathom why someone else had a different opinion about a particular film. I feel one should simply accept that not everyone shares the same views on anything and leave it at that.
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