Palpatine

Sort By:
Decent Essays
Good Essays
Better Essays
Amazing Essays
Best Essays
    Page 1 of 3 - About 30 Essays
  • Amazing Essays

    Palpatine

    • 1891 Words
    • 8 Pages

    The movie opens with Palpatine addressing the Jedi Council. He informs them that the Senate believes the Jedi can no longer protect them from the oncoming enemies that face them and that the galaxy requires a military to protect those who cannot protect themselves. Therefore, the Senate has commissioned an army of clones, made with the genetic material of the most feared bounty hunter in the galaxy: Jango Fett. Naturally, the Jedi are opposed to a clone army, especially one made from the DNA of a Mandalorian bounty hunter. However, Palpatine informs them that everyone is terrified from the death of Alderaan’s queen and the radical actions of the new Separatist movement; the people of the galaxy simply do not trust their lives in the Jedi anymore. However, Mace Windu grows angry with Palpatine and states that the Jedi will not support an idea like…

    • 1891 Words
    • 8 Pages
    Amazing Essays
  • Better Essays

    characters is when Anakin Skywalker approaches Chancellor Palpatine at his office. This scene reveals how certain types of communicative approaches can influence manipulation. This manipulation contributed to Anakin Skywalker turning into the Dark Side because…

    • 1588 Words
    • 7 Pages
    Better Essays
  • Good Essays

    The entire Star Wars series evolves around the battle of the forces of good (the Jedi) and evil (the Sith). One of the major recurring themes is the power of evil to overcome good, no matter what the intentions. Another theme is power. There are really 2 categories of power in the Revenge of the Sith. The power of The Force and then there is your regular types of power in daily life, independence and the ability to make decisions based on your own thoughts. The last theme is trust. In order to…

    • 1638 Words
    • 7 Pages
    Good Essays
  • Good Essays

    other on the volcanic planet called Mustafar. Padme pleas with Anakin to leave with her to raise their children; Anakin refuses to leave the dark side, causing Padme to understand that the man she knows has changed. The situation worsens as Anakin spots Obi Wan, convinced that Padme has left him for Obi Wan, he chokes her to near death using his power. This event represents the sudden end of a relationship as Anakin think that Padme has had an affair. Conclusion Relationships exist naturally as…

    • 974 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Good Essays
  • Better Essays

    believed Harry would have become involved with Hermione. Both franchises took the route of ‘the third wheel’ concept and our heroine falls in love with the hero’s best friend. One key difference between the characters is that Princess Leia was raised as royalty. Hermione was raised in a normal ‘muggle’ family. Therefore, their upbringing and roles in society are at opposite ends of the scale. Emperor Palpatine vs Lord Voldemort – These characters have mastered the dark arts. They were…

    • 2046 Words
    • 9 Pages
    Better Essays
  • Amazing Essays

    is confident that Anakin will become the 'chosen ' to balance the force. When Anakin begins the race, Anakin’s spaceship cannot start directly. Finally, Anakin wins the race and has been free from Watoo, so Qui-Gon Jinn goes to Koroskant with Anakin. Amidala Queen, who will announce Nabu invasion and help after arriving at the Republican Council of the Republic of the capital of Koroskant twist and turns, realized hard expecting the case to be resolved on time due to obstruction of the trade…

    • 1078 Words
    • 5 Pages
    Amazing Essays
  • Good Essays

    Star Wars: A Short Story

    • 760 Words
    • 4 Pages

    I was born of two former Jedi, Mallie and Kento Marek. I was born on Kashyyyk. Then, my mother died at the hands of a group of Trandoshan pirates. Vader came to my planet in order to execute my father. He was successful, but I was able to steal his lightsaber. The sith lord had seen me as a young prodigy, and then preceded to train me as a sith. Assassinations and sabotage were my typical jobs, with the occasional destruction of a rebel outpost. Vader had eventually bumped me up to his new…

    • 760 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Good Essays
  • Good Essays

    In retrospect, I have never not known a time in my life where Star Wars hasn’t existed for me. Star Wars, released in 1977, was a low-budget science fiction film that was sort of a pet project from its creator, George Lucas. Unbeknownst to Lucas, the film became a commercial success and a cultural phenomenon. Having been born in 1997, I wasn’t alive at the time where Star Wars had been released. I had never experienced first-hand the infamous twist that Darth Vader was actually Luke…

    • 932 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Good Essays
  • Better Essays

    Star Wars VI and Avatar are both examples of consisting of a primitive and portrayal of natives. Avatar is a movie that focused on the indigenous inhabitants called the Na’vi. The Na’vi are the extraterrestrial humanoids. Jack took place of his brother when he was killed and became a part of the mission in a world of Pandora. Star Wars VI is a movie that involves a civil war that is within the Galactic Empire. Star Wars VI was set in the past. Being primitive is someone that is preserving the…

    • 979 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Better Essays
  • Amazing Essays

    A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, STAR WARS captured the hearts and minds of millions of people around the world. It sparked people’s imaginations. It gave them a glimpse into a strange, fantastic world far more technologically advanced than our own. People wondered if the technology in STAR WARS could ever be realized in our world—if we would ever reach that level of advancement. But for years after the release of the original STAR WARS in 1978, people’s hopes and dreams for…

    • 1676 Words
    • 7 Pages
    Amazing Essays
  • Previous
    Page 1 2 3