Parents' Guide to

Power Rangers in Space

By Joyce Slaton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Spacy setting puts a neat new spin on still-violent antics.

TV Fox Drama 1998
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This incarnation of the Power Rangers story is one of the most beloved and well-remembered outings of the series, which admittedly, isn't for everyone. The villains are silly (and in the case of Astronema, uncomfortably sexed-up), there are battles galore, and the Power Rangers are always yelling things like "Step up the main reactor to the astro megaship!" It's very silly, but kind of exciting and fun to look at anyway.

The special effects aren't very special, but the space setting does add something to all the martial arts battles and faceoffs, with villains careening through deep space in ships with phasers blasting. Good thing they have bad aim. Kids will find it easy to get lost in this show; adults may not be as thrilled by all the violence. But if you like this kind of thing, you'll like Power Rangers in Space.

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