"Star Wars: Episode III- Revenge of the Sith" only seems like a good film because it followed two significantly crappier films, but I was willing to join the dark side of the review and accept it as the only worthy prequel.
"Attack on Titan: Part 1" won't likely satisfy anyone, as it's a weak adaptation, a weak standalone film and doesn't excel in the action or horror departments. But it's not unwatchable either and can even be enjoyable with the right crowd.
"Dragonball Z: Resurrection F" was f@cking awesome, although I have to admit that part of me suspects I'm critiquing the experience more than the actual movie. I saw this in theaters with an energetic crowd and their enthusiasm was contagious.
"Pound of Flesh"- starring Jean-Claude Van Damme- wasn't a very good movie...It's not terrible though, even occasionally offering a good piece in a mostly subpar puzzle. I'd say that the arc of this review is: "It could've been better...".
The problem is that "The Empire Strikes Back" had better editing, cinematography, direction, dialogue, acting and everything. It set the bar so high that I have to be careful not to sound too negative when speaking of the third entry, as "Return of the Jedi" feels so inferior in comparison- even though it's pretty good in almost every way.