|Which is the better film?|
|Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith||The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies|
Each is the third chapter of an iconic film saga. The story opens-up with the final battle against the villain who escaped from the heroes at the end of the preceding installment (Count Dooku/Smaug) as he partakes in attacking a city from above (Coruscant/Lake Town) which ends with his death at the hands of a protagonist (Anakin Skywalker/Bard) with whom he had an established feud. After which a chief character continues his struggles with his dark side (Anakin/Thorin Oakenshield) to the point that he turns on his friends. The Dark Lord (Darth Sidious/Sauron) finally launches his grand power play in response to which the heroes do what they can to put it down. After receiving word from a member of their ranks (Anakin/Radgast the Brown) members of an order dedicated to protecting their world from darkness (The Jedi Order/The White Council) goes to confront the Dark Lord in his headquarters. When all is said and done the villain's presence remains to some capacity and one of the protagonists (Obi-Wan Kenobi/Bilbo Baggins) journeys to an out of the way land (Tatooine/The Shire) after losing a dear friend (Anakin/Thorin) where he goes on to watch over the subsequent chapters' future protagonist. (Luke Skywalker/Frodo Baggins) Ending on an image harkening forward to the first chapter of the following trilogy.