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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie

By Brian Costello, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 9+

Larger-than-life fighting in feature-length Rangers tale.

Movie PG 2003 95 minutes
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Like the TV show, this film is a fairly enjoyable combo of the superheroes of the West, and the martial arts of the East, and the action ultimately transcends generations. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie is basically a 95-minute version of the popular '90's television series. Some 20 years later, the characters, action, and story have attained the level of kitsch usually reserved for older stories, for better or worse. While their superhero outfits might look cool to younger kids who didn't grow up with the show, the Power Ranger street clothes haven't attained retro chic. Yet.

Nonetheless, the over-the-top storyline and action prove to be nearly timeless. This movie nods to Time Bandits, Jurassic Park, and Godzilla along the way, and Zordan's chamber looks like it was lifted directly from Superman II, while Dulcea's costume looks borrowed from the costume department of Xena: Warrior Princess.

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