Running Time: 34 minutes 30 seconds
The Revenge of the Sith soundtrack.
As the prequel trilogy came to a close, John Williams delivered a linchpin score to tie together six films, and a single story, stitched together over the span of three decades. Revenge of the Sith promised what fans had been demanding since the first announcement of the prequel trilogy in the mid 1990s: the key to understanding the entire journey. The score, as always, would have to play a central role as the emotional voice of the episode.
In this episode of Aggressive Negotiations, Jedi Masters Matthew Rushing and John Mills review the soundtrack's strength, its spirit and the struggles of the home-release format for what everyone in 2005 thought was the final Star Wars score from John Williams.
What is your opinion of the score for the final Star Wars film to be created by George Lucas?
John Mills and Matthew Rushing
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