We all love a happy ending, especially after a long and seemingly torturous path through painful conflict after painful conflict. To finally see the good guys win over the bad guys is one thing, but to achieve a complete moral victory is something else entirely. That is why we whole heartedly recommend “Return Of The Jedi,” the third installment of the original Star Wars trilogy.
Our fable begins just where the preceding one ended, albeit in a different location. Han Solo, who has been captured and given to Jabba the Hut, is rescued in a audacious attempt by all his contacts. Luke, who has sophisticated his Jedi preparation, gives a revelation of his skills through his expert skirmishing of a terrible creature that Jabba keeps exclusively for the reason of keeping out intruders. Once Han is fruitfully aided, the mission continues.
Once again, they divide. Han, Leia and the rest go to the latest rebel base to develop up their strength, while Luke proceeds to finish his Jedi education with Yoda. Yet, Yoda is old, and ill, and Luke sees him inhale his last. When he burns Yoda’s dead body, he learns of the secret. Princess Leia is his sister. They were divided at birth to put off detection by Darth Vader, their father. Luke returns to his friends.
While on the rebel base, they have discovered the survival of yet a different death star being made. Yet, this one is a great deal stronger than the preceding one, and can annihilate planets with a great deal more strength and viciousness. They rebels want to demolish it, but it is being sheltered by a force field being generated on the planet of Endor.
The clash between imperial and rebel services ensues as they scuffle over jurisdiction of the death star defensive force field generator. A stunning chase is made through some enormous redwood trees, and the fight is on. Luke, however, knows he must meet and defeat Vader once and for all, if he is to be a real Jedi knight. Luke, however, feels that deep inside Vader, some good still exists.
Lastly, the campaign everybody has been waiting for. Luke is offered to the evil emperor by Darth Vader. Vader craves Luke to kill the emperor, and they shall rule the galaxy together. The sovereign wants Luke to kill Vader, as the royal leader feels that Luke has a stronger control on the force than Vader. Luke, though, has other plans. Plans that don’t engage casualty and annihilation. And fortunately, Luke’s tactics are the ones that come out on top. Vader kills the ruler, and just before he dies, Vader turns back to the fine side of the force, and all is right again. Good wins over evil, and the entire world rejoices.