"The Objective"- from one of the guys who directed "The Blair Witch Project"- kept my attention for awhile, but I quickly realized that the story wasn't going anywhere and the suspense was being wasted, although I did laugh at some of the special effects.
"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.
"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.
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.