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Saban's Power Rangers follows five ordinary high school kids who must become something extraordinary when they learn that their small town of Angel Grove - and the world is on the verge of being obliterated by an alien threat. Chosen by destiny, our heroes quickly discover that they are the only ones who can save the planet. But to do so they will have to overcome their real-life issues and band together as the Power Rangers before it is too late.
The film stars Dacre Montgomery (A Few Less Men) as Jason the Red Ranger, RJ Cyler (Me and Earl and the Dying Girl) as Billy the Blue Ranger, Naomi Scott (The 33) as Kimberly the Pink Ranger, Becky G (Empire) as Trini the Yellow Ranger, Ludi Lin (Monster Hunt) as Zack the Black Ranger, Elizabeth Banks (Pitch Perfect, The Hunger Games franchise) as Rita Repulsa, Bryan Cranston (Godzilla, Breaking Bad) as Zordon and Bill Hader (Trainwreck, The BFG) as Alpha 5.
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Saban’s Power Rangers
Saban’s Power Rangers follows the classic superhero team saving the world, but in modern times. Filmmakers took on the challenge of creating an exciting story while staying true to the legacy of the classic franchise. So how have the Power Rangers changed?
In Saban’s Power Rangers, the five heroes are 21st Century high schoolers, confronting today’s issues of social media, cyber-bullying, peer pressure, family troubles and the uncertain future – all while learning to deal with the superhuman strength and heroic destiny that is thrust upon them without much warning.
What about the suits?
Nearly everyone associates the original series with its primary-colour-coded Spandex costumes, but there was little doubt they needed a totally modern makeover. So the team came up with the hyper-sleek suits with new-flanged impenetrable armour.
Also setting the film apart from the original TV series, in Saban’s Power Rangers the team of teens have to earn their Ranger status, which proves to be no easy task. Rather than being immediately empowered when they find the ancient coins, they must first uncover the key to morphing into full-fledged Power Rangers.
Meet The Rangers
Once an idolised football star in his small town, Jason toppled from the heights of teen popularity with one fateful and humiliating mistake. When we first meet Jason, he is in need of redemption and struggling to find himself. But when he is given the chance to lead an unlikely team of teenage superheroes, he rises to a challenge greater than any he ever imagined.
Trini is clever and creative but doesn’t let anybody get to know her. Her parents constantly move for work, making her the perpetual 'new girl' always fending for herself. Trini is boldly independent and hesitant to trust others. All she wants is to find her gang of friends, but she’ll never admit it - least of all to herself.
Billy is whip-smart but social interactions have always been a challenge for him. He has never really had friends, so when he’s accepted as part of the group, it’s a big deal and changes him in unforeseeable ways.
A natural athlete, Zack is tough and cool on the exterior but has a lot more going on behind his fearless appearance. Zack advertises everything about himself, except the truth, which makes him feel deeply inferior to all his peers.
Kimberly was once Queen Bee of Angel Grove High, an imperiously popular cheerleader, but having been cast out of her clique, she’s now trying to uncover her real identity. Behind her rebel-without-a-cause, edgy attitude is a secret that makes her feel deeply vulnerable.
The Power Rangers
Saban’s Power Rangers follows five ordinary teens who must become something extraordinary when they learn that their small town of Angel Grove - and the world - is on the verge of being obliterated by an alien threat. Chosen by destiny, our heroes quickly discover they are the only ones who can save the planet. But to do so, they will have to overcome their real-life issues and before it’s too late, band together as the Power Rangers.
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Even for an old one like me, it had me entertained more than I could possibly have imagined, if I was a child, then I would be wanting this for my Birthday or Christmas present. Is it worth the money? Yes, I think so, but of course, at £5.00 this would be a bargain.
I very rarely watch the same movie twice in one week, however, with this, I could. It is on the same par as Transformers if you liked that, apart from the effects are not up to Transformers standard.
If you are of the age, that you can remember this, and liked it, the movie is a must watch.
The younger you are, the more likely you will enjoy the film. It is aimed at the teen. It had great graphics, although the Alpha-5 was as convincing as the alien in "Explorers." Rita Repulsa (Elizabeth Banks) was a little on the cartoonish side and I am not convinced of her alien name.
I was too old to have watched the MMPR so I can not make comparisons. I will say they simplified the title by dropping the Mighty Morphin' part, making it a bit more mature. Bryan Cranston was barely noticeable as Zordon.
Guide: No F-words, sex, or nudity.
There are minor annoyances, awkward CGI placment and editing, some cringy forced dialogue and the hialrious crispy creme references.
But all of this was so easy to overlook with the acting and directing. The pacing is great, they risked dumping a load of action scenes to actually develop the characters. This is a BIG risk for a super hero movie that's unproven. This alone is worth paying money to show this kind of move is valued by us.
The music is just incredibly well selected. They throw the odd silly Kanye song in, but the incidental music aside the overall tone is done extremely well.
My biggest fear would be it's either a cash grab or completely stupid recreation of the first movie. This is neither. It doesn't overuse the standard story tropes. You know some of the harrowing moments are not really the end (just from seeing the trailers) but it's the moments where they are dealing with some major character plot developments that you see how the directing has come through to push for something engaging.
I genuinely got hit in the feels at least two times in this movie. I can't say I was EVER going into this expecting that. Man tears were shed.
If you're someone just looking for another super hero movie, it's not terrible, it's pretty watchable, but it won't have the depth of lore like Batman or Marvel movies.
If you wanted to have the "best universe" version of Power Rangers that is still faithful to the tv show this is as good as you can get really. They could work on the CGI being less Michael Bay and probably redo the suits/putties a bit, but the fact they took so many creative risks here shows the good faith they can have with the next movie.
Also saying it's ripping off Pacific Rim is just asinine. This is from Japan where they invented giant mecha kids shows. Pacific Rim is by definition ripping off Power Rangers to americanise the market for western viewers. Power Rangers pretty much made Pacific Rim possible to be made.
This is a movie worth rewarding the creators with your cash. We want more like this, with greater trust in the directors.
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