Parents' Guide to

Power Rangers Megaforce

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Fun action show joins long-running but violent franchise.

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What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.

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age 17+

Based on 4 parent reviews

age 17+

power rangers is the best

power rangers was my all time favorite show growning up an it sill is i can't wait to see new episods of supers Megaforce

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age 17+

My kids love power rangers

I got two kids that love the power rangers they great role models for my son and daughter. Ever since they started watching the show the more confident & more focused on school works and student .They really would like to see more new episodes power rangers super megaforce

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Is It Any Good?

Our review:
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Kids say (59 ):

Say what you will about the spandex-clad Power Rangers, but the show's staying power is no laughing matter. This longstanding franchise has reinvented itself 20 times over, and this installment proves to be the culmination of the best qualities from each of its many predecessors. It's fast-paced but not frantic, action-packed but offset by humor and poignancy, and, best of all, it finally manages the perfect balance in the life-size costume department with insect-inspired villains that come across as more insidious than idiotic, thanks to elaborate modern effects.

But that's not all that Power Rangers Megaforce brings to the table thanks to the lessons of those that came before it. Sharp writing complements thoughtful stories that teach kids about friendship, teamwork, and self-identity, and each theme is driven home by the fact that the characters are rewarded when they express that they've gotten each message. All in all, an upstanding show to round out two decades of Power Rangers action.

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