Kid reviews for Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith

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age 12+

Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 10+

Based on 128 reviews

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age 10+

Based on 355 reviews

age 7+

Age 7+

A lot of violence, however there is no language or major sexual elements and therefore is probably good for younger audiences.

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Too much violence
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age 2+

Anakin is best

Anyone who says this is a bad film must not know what a lightsaber it. This is the best film ever made. There is nothing bad in this movie for any kid. There is a person that gets caught on fire but it's fine. He doesn't burn to death. Also the Sith are great role models, you should be a sith.

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Great messages
Great role models
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age 11+
Anakin moves to the dark side in moody, graphic sequel.

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Great messages
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age 13+
Amazing movie, Throughout most the movie its not that violent. The most violent parts being the beginning and near the end of the movie, Spoilers: In the beginning Anakin cuts of dooku's head with his and dooku's lightsaber, however No blood was shown during this scene. Near the end is alot more violent, where Anakin gets 2 legs and an arm cut off leaving him with only one limb left. Anakin is also laying near the lava surface, as he struggles to push himself up he catches on fire and after that he is covered in extreme burns and violent scars.

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Great messages
Too much violence
age 13+
Dark overpowers good in thrilling and nicely-directed threequel.
age 8+

Best Star Wars movie

Amazing, great cgi, action, and acting. Ewan McGregor, Hayden Christensen, and Natalie Portman all portray their characters perfectly. Great plot, it shows that sometimes the good guys don’t always win.
age 11+

Saves the whole prequel trilogy and has some of the best scenes in the franchise

The chancellor is kidnapped so Anakin and obi wan go to rescue him and kill Count Dooku, the Sith Lord apprentice, which angers Obi Wan because it is not the Jedi way. Anakin finds out Padmé is pregnant, which makes him happy. Anakin has a vision of Padmé dying in childbirth, so he goes to the Chancellor for advice. Papa Palps, AKA The Senate, tells Anakin the tragedy of Darth Plageuis the Wise and tells Anakin that the dark side of the force is the pathway to many abilities some consider to be unnatural, meaning bringing someone back from the dead, essentially granting immortality. This conversation tempts Anakin to the dark side, while also making him suspicious of the chancellor being Darth Sidious. The Senate(Papa Palps) makes Anakin his personal representative on the Jedi Council. However, unlike everyone else on the council, he was not a Jedi Master yet, he was but a lowly Jedi Knight. This angers Anakin. The Jedi Council assigns Anakin to spy on Papa Palps. This was due to the chancellor being SUS. Obi Wan goes to the planet Utapau to kill General Grievous, which he thinks may end the Clone Wars. He succeeds in doing so. The Council sends Master Windu and some other random Jedi to murder Palps. They all die in the process. This turns Anakin to the dark side, starting his transformation to Darth Vader. Meanwhile, Master Yoda is fighting the battle droids on Kashyyk. While Yoda is doing this, Papa Palps executes Order 66, which was an order to kill all Jedi for treason. All but a few of the Jedi survive. Obi Wan meets Anakin on the planet Mustafar, where they have one final dual, Master and Apprentice. (This was at least the final dual Anakin had as Anakin Skywalker) Obi Wan wins, using his famous technique, the high ground. He thinks Anakin dies from this. After this Padmé dies in childbirth, apparently from a broken heart or something, which is too cheesy for Star Wars. Anyways, Anakin is given his famous Darth Vader suit by Papa Palps to keep him alive, Obi Wan is sent to look after Luke Skywalker on Tatooine, and Bail Organa adopts Leia Skywalker. Yoda also goes to hide out on Dagobah, and Obi Wan gives up his Jedi ways... for now... The End!
age 9+

Great movie and cool

Love Star Wars a big fan but I do have to give it a higher age rating than the older movies SPOILERS: you do get the idea that animal slaughtered all the younglings during order 66 which means all the clones shoot down and kill all the Jedi also you see a man’s face burn and get aged which was a scary part for me when I was younger you see a droid get bLoan up by a Jedi and also you see a man burning in lava while his master looks over him but anyways great movie and recamend to anybody 9 or older
age 9+

Great movie and cool

Love Star Wars a big fan but I do have to give it a higher age rating than the older movies SPOILERS: you do get the idea that animal slaughtered all the younglings during order 66 which means all the clones shoot down and kill all the Jedi also you see a man’s face burn and get aged which was a scary part for me when I was younger you see a droid get bLoan up by a Jedi and also you see a man burning in lava while his master looks over him but anyways great movie and recamend to anybody 9 or older
age 2+

The best star wars movie ever

This is my favourite star wars movie by far i give this a wopping 10/10 best star wars movie ever made

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Too much violence