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Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie

By Brian Costello, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 9+

Bland '90s Power Rangers film has lots of violence, peril.

Movie PG 2003 99 minutes
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This feature length Power Rangers film is almost campy with its cheesy '90s special effects, ridiculously bad costumes, and subpar acting. Perhaps that's part of the fun for diehard fans of the enterprise, but overall, Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie feels needlessly complicated, and -- despite all the action sequences, the fighting, the peril, and the explosions -- somewhat boring. Side stories aren't fleshed out, the main story is overly intricate, and the overall effect is the feeling of being pointlessly overwhelmed. Dedicated fans may still give it a chance, but even they might be disappointed. All the bombast happening in this movie can't cover up the weak story line.

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