STAR WARS REVENGE OF THE SITH
Book to movie comparison.
There are a number of differences between the book and the movie but we are just going to focus on one category now, the feelings and inside information that is not seen in the movie. For instance in the fight between Count Dooku and Anakin you really see more of the feeling that drove Anakin to murder Dooku. You also got more of a knowledge of how crushed Anakin was after would. If you had just watched the movie you wouldn’t know much about Dooku’s death but after reading the book you realize how he had been deceived by Darth Sidious and how he had just been a placeholder and not the heir to the Sith throne as he thought.
You also realize by reading the book the way the Jedi planned to capture Sidious and also Sidious’s master plan to destroy the Jedi forever. You are able to discern that the Jedi’s plan was dishonest and it made Anakin’s distrust in the council and eventual turn to the darkside more justifiable. Around about the middle of the book is a side story that isn’t even mentioned in the movie. This side story involves Padme and a group of 2000 senators standing up to Palpatine and petitioning for a peaceful end to the war. This more readily explains the rift between Padme and Anakin and I reckon it should have at least been mentioned in the movie. If you look deeper into the book you realize that the Jedi council brings their destruction onto themselves by not making Anakin a master. Anakin needed to become a master to access the Great Holocron to find out how to save Padme. Because of this Darth Sidious was Anakin’s only hope in saving his wife. Also after Anakin finds out that Palpatine is a Sith Lord, Palpatine explains that the Jedi and the Sith are almost the same and that there was nothing wrong with being a Sith. The book delves deeper into Mace Windu’s reason for trying to kill Darth Sidious and also Anakins feelings after he turned to the darkside. Obi-wan and Yoda’s entry into the...