Power Rangers
Power Rangers
TV-G | 28 August 1993 (USA)
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  • Reviews

    Good story, Not enough for a whole film

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    Better Late Then Never

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    If the ambition is to provide two hours of instantly forgettable, popcorn-munching escapism, it succeeds.

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    Erica Derrick

    By the time the dramatic fireworks start popping off, each one feels earned.

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    So, I thought it was just ok. As somebody who, before seeing this, was used to the whole 40 episodes for a season/super season and then new cast, so by seasons 2 or 3, I was getting a little tired of the cheesy-ness of MMPR. I think Power Rangers peaked at RPM and no season has been able to match. This is a brief review, but I think it's just meh. I would much rather watch RPM, SPD, or Dino Charge than this. But the fight scenes were good I guess, but I didn't really like the 3 show story of essentially the same rangers. So if you have to watch just ONE season, go with RPM.

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    This show is just great, I'll tell you what. There are some of these teenagers and they are rangers. There is a crazy alien lady named Rita who wants to destroy the earth. Rita is very smart and comes up with the same plan every episode. She sends a bad guy to earth and once the power rangers beat them up good, Rita will supersize the bad guy so the rangers have to use their zord machines to beat them up again. Rita sends a different bad guy each time though so I'm sure her plan will work eventually.

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    The 1990s was a great decade for TV and many children who grew up in the 90s can say we had the best TV shows live action or animation it was all impressive in their own right However there is one show that in 1993 made it debut and the kids ate it up like it was the biggest thing ever and that show would be Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.I remember when I was Seven when I turn into the first episode "Day Of The Dumpster" I quickly became a fan of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. The series begin when Zordon and his assistant Alpha 5 recruited five normal teenagers to assist him in his battles with Rita Repulsa (Voiced by Barbara Goodson)These five teenagers would become known as The Power Rangers The first team were Jason The Red Ranger (Austin St.John), Kimberly The Pink Ranger (Amy Jo Johnson),Billy The Blue Ranger (David Yost),Zack The Black Ranger (Walter Jones) ) and Trini The Yellow Ranger (Thuy Trang) After "Green With Evil" Mini Series and their battle with Tommy The Green Ranger (Jason David Frank) he reforms and becomes part of the team. In season 2 after losing his powers as the Green Ranger he would later become the White RangerLater in season 2 Jason, Trini and Zack would be replace by Aisha (Karan Ashley) Adam (Johnny Yong Bosch) Rocky (Steve Cardenas) as the Yellow, Black and Red Rangers respective. Throughout the first season the Rangers would battle Rita Goldar and her monsters whenever they would turn into Giants The Rangers would call for their Zords that could combine to form the Megazord.Then later in season 2 as replace by Lord Zedd (Voiced by Robert Axelrod) When the teens are not dealing with monsters they are dealing with the bullies Bulk (Paul Schrier) and Skull (Jason Narvy). Some of my favorite episodes of the series as a kid were "Day Of The Dumpster" "Power Ranger Punks" "Foul Play in the Sky" "Green With Evil" "Gung Ho!" "Island Of Illusion" "Calamity Kimberly" "The Green Candle" "A Bad Reflection of You" "Return of a Old Friend" "Football Season" "Mighty Morphin' Mutants" "The Mutiny" "The Wanna-Be Ranger" "Bloom of Doom" "White Light" "The Wedding" "Return of the Green Ranger" "Wild West Rangers" The series best feature is the fight scenes when the Rangers took on the monsters then they form the Megazord and you know it would be a power fight and as a Kid I was looking forward to the battle with Megazord. The series mix action, comedy, drama that make it a hit with kids and it got into your emotions there were times that I got emotional at the show that I still remember how hard it hit me.It's just amazing to me how far Mighty Morphin Power Rangers rise to the top of the super hero arena in a time when Super heroes were very much the top dogs in the children department.The series just made itself a legend

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    I remember watching this show on TV exactly 20 years ago, '94. During that time, the show was hugely popular, and I was obsessed. All these kids seemed to know about the show, and talk about it. There was so much Power Ranger franchise, and from what I remember some of it was hard to find in stores because of the popularity of the show. I remember dressing as the Red Ranger in 2nd Grade that Halloween year, and a lot of the other people at my school were dressed as Power Rangers, mostly the Red Ranger. I remember exciting points in the series, like when Tommy becomes the White Ranger as we hear about a new White Ranger, but aren't sure who he is going to be. I didn't know it was going to be Tommy, except one of my friends at school told me that same day the episode aired that it would be Tommy as he was losing all his powers during this time 20 years ago when Lord Zedd was taking over. I remember my mom reading me a newspaper article on Tommy becoming the White Ranger the next day. I remember feeling amazed at seeing their zord transformations. I also did not know while watching it as a kid how the Power Rangers is based off of a Japanese series, Zyuranger. Looking back at the series, as now you can own copies of the episodes when they aired on TV on DVDs. There have been times when these older episodes aired on ABC Family. You can also watch a lot of the episodes online for free. Watching this show years later will take you back down memory lane. However, you'll see screw ups in the series that you might have slightly noticed as a kid, but will notice more now while watching the series. I also remember going from one year '94 to being obsessed with the show to the school year after in '95 to remembering it, but no longer caring about the show. I stopped watching after Season 2, I saw the Power Ranger movie once in the movie theaters. I liked it but didn't care about it. I also saw the Power Rangers World Tour Live on stage many years ago and enjoyed it, but gradually lose my interest in Power Rangers, not watching Season 3 or caring about it. It also seemed like lots of people lost their interest in the show the year later. Like, it seemed like during the 2nd Half of Season 2 the show just lost a lot of its appeal. I even remember my teacher telling me how she once went to the store and saw all this Power Ranger merchandise. However, when she went back months later she saw Pogs merchandise. Pogs were things you could collect back then. I remember some of the things kids collected in the '90s you no longer hear about today, like pogs, gogos, tamagotchis. Watching the series years later you'll notice some flaws. The show started out with a lot of potential, and I bet it could have been popular much longer if it didn't mess up on certain things. Like here are some flaws I've noticed, one is there isn't much of a plot to the show. Basically, almost every episode would start out at school or the Juice Bar where the characters would talk about an incident and then Rita and Lord Zedd would come up with a monster based on the incident. The show would frequently end with the Power Rangers laughing at Bulk and Skull, I didn't laugh too often while watching the show and didn't think of Bulk and Skull as funny. Another, is there weren't many main characters in the show. There were lots of extras, but the main human characters were mostly just the Power Rangers, Bulk, and Skull, Mr. Caplan Mrs. Applebee, and Ernie. There also was Zordon and Alpha, and then Rita/Lord Zedd and their minions. There was also bad acting. Other flaws, when Jason, Zach, and Trini left the show in Season 2, if you watch those episodes before they get the new rangers you'll be able to tell they're not in there as they don't have much screen time, and are only there for brief recycled scenes. They aren't hanging around the others as they normally are, and their voices are obviously voice-overs. I feel like the show lost a lot of it's appeal after they changed the 3 Power Rangers as while the next 3 Rocky, Adam, and Aisha were still cool, though not as cool. Other flaws for the show, the show seemed to become predictable, even as a kid. A lot of Lord Zedd's monsters were taken down easily even though he was supposed to be the bigger villain with the more Powerful Monsters. So, not angrily I just lose interest in the show. I for one, can't believe a Power Ranger series is still running as most of us probably remember just the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, and it hasn't seemed so popular since then or doing well. You don't really hear about kids watching the show nowadays. I even remember reading a 2001 interview from Jason, Tommy, and Kimberly about being on the show and they thought it was time to cancel the show. It's been many years later and they still haven't canceled it. You can watch episodes of Zyuranger on YouTube with English subtitles. Comparing Zyuranger to Power Rangers, Zyuranger is better. They seemed to have more characters, better acting, more of a storyline, more action, and obviously not screw ups from switching scenes like they'd switch scenes from Zyuranger to Power Ranger shows. I'd give the show an 8/10 as it was good in the day, but still had its flaws. It was nice sharing my thoughts on the Power Rangers. I'm sure a lot of you can agree with what I said.

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