The Sith is back, and this time he has come to make ponderous speeches to the gathered Senate and kick tail -- and he's all out of ponderous speeches to the gathered Senate! Ian McDiarmid steals the show as the Supreme Chancellor Palpatine (not to be confused with the heart medication of the same name. Palpatine is not for everyone. Ask your doctor if Palpatine might be right for you.) He inhabits the character showing astonishing range: now fey and annoying, now wrinkled and laughable. As to the rest of the cast -- it's the darndest thing, but I can't recall that there was anyone else even in the movie.
There was a Darth Vader costume, I believe, but that was filled by a wax statue and manipulated digitally to remove any possible chance that it would be interesting in any way. And there was something called a Ewan McGregor, but further research shows that to be a technical term used by the key grip for a kind of light stand.
Oh, and Natalie Portman was in it, kind of.
Mike is joined by Bill Corbett and Kevin Murphy on the RiffTrax for this, the Sithiest film ever made!
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Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith is a 2005 American epic space opera film written and...