Forget the puff-piece reviewers and fangeeks, there are two legitimate cinema reviewers who have just published good to great reviews of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.
First, Variety's lead reviewer Todd McCarthy says:
The Force returns with most of its original power regained in "Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith." [The] concluding entry in George LucasGeorge Lucas' second three-pack of space epics teems with action, drama and spectacle, and even supplies the odd surge of emotion, as young Anakin Skywalker goes over to the Dark Side and the stage is set for the generation of stories launched by the original "Star Wars" 28 years ago. Whatever one thought of the previous two installments, this dynamic picture irons out most of the problems, and emerges as the best in the overall series since "The Empire Strikes Back."
And the Hollywood Reporter review (probably lead reviewer Kirk Honeycutt, but the Reuters feed on Netscape didn't credit him) gushes:
The first two episodes of Lucas' second trilogy -- "The Phantom Menace" (1999) and "Attack of the Clones" (2002) -- caused more than a few fans of the original trilogy to wonder whether this prequel was worth it. The answer is a qualified yes. It did take a lot of weighty expositions, stiffly played scenes and less-than-magical creatures to get to "Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith." But what a ride Lucas and Co. have in store!
Good. The Monk needs something to get the taste of the first two stinkbombs (and the 2005 Yankees) out of his system.