Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie, a review
"Smells like... Teenagers." -Ivan Ooze
The year is 1995. Saban's Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, a japanese Sentai Show localized for the United States, has become a cultural touchstone and financial smash hit. With Ratings hitting record highs (not to mention the plethora of merchadise selling like hot cakes), the next step becomes obvious: To hit the big screen and make even more money.
It's also one of the few movies to star the original cast from the television show! (Okay, the original cast after Austin St. John, Thuy Trang and Walter Jones left the franchise over contract disputes and were subsequen
Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie, a review
So, last time, Saban released the film version of MIghty Morphin Power Rangers to theatres in 1995 much to the amusement of very young children and to the distain of film critics everywhere. While it didn't finish strong in the opening Box Office Weekend, it did earn enough of a profit to warrant a sequel.
That sequel is is Turbo: A Power Rangers movie. The thing about Turbo is that this isn't a one-off or a seperate movie as was the original Power Rangers movie. Turbo actually bridges the gap between Power Rangers Zeo and Power Rangers Turbo the series. As such, it's kind of jarring that we needed to see this as kids to understand what was going on. (Then a
Seven rings in hand, wonders all under command
Seven rings in hand wild with just one single hand
Seven rings in hand arrowed hearts catch fire now
Myths in minds re-thought
Question all that's known
Legends blurred and torn)
Steel was sitting in his chair, looking bored.
"Hi, I'm Tohokari-Steel and THIS is Outta the DVD, where movies face my judgement." He muttered, quickly, "Guess what? We're still in prequel month..."
Steel was immediately in sepiatone and whistling the theme of Steamboat Willie. He spun the wheel and Sarge Ray fell past.
"HOW'D I GET OUT?" he yelled before crashing.
Steel continued whistling before spinning the wheel again. Cooly screamed as he flew past and crashed.
"Not radical..." he mumbled.
Steel whistled again before spinning the wheel a third time. Jerry slid past in a high-backed chair while reading a newspaper. This did not phase him at all.
"To my ever-present enjoyment..." S
Just the facts, cause you're in a hurry.
Ticket price: Will Vary Theater to Theater
How much I paid: 12.85 USD
Rated: Rated PG-13 for sequences of sci-fi violence, action and destruction, language, and for some crude humor
Length: 124 Minutes (2 hours and 4 Minutes).
3-D: Yes, but I didn't see it in 3-D.
Post or Mid-Credits Sequences: 1 Mid-Credits Sequence. No Post Credits Sequence.
My Personal Biases: Power Rangers was a huge part of my life... when I was a child. Now, as an adult, while I might harbor some warm feelings of nostalgia, Power Rangers is stored at the far end of my memory banks.
My Verdict: The grim and gritty r
Nickname- Johnny, John-boy
Birthdate- June 21st, 1979
Family- Jonathan Satchel Sr.(Dad Deceased); Lauren Satchel(Mom); Kevin Satchel(Brother)
Friends- All the rangers
Personality- Is a witty, intellegent, sarcastic, shy, compassionate and funny at times
Description- Medium brown hair and brown eyes. About 5'8.5 and 190 pounds. Slim build.
Hobbies- Drawing, Comic Books, martial arts, and Science Fiction..
Extra Info- His Dad was a construction worker for hire. His Mom is a Nurse at Angel Grove Medical Center. He, Jason, and Kim all knew each other since they were babies. They met Trini, Billy, and Zach in Kindergarten. He's Shy around girls and tends to drone on about comics and Sci-fi. He lives with his Parents. He likes Trini, but doesn't say anything.
Centuries ago, a legendary inter-dimensional being known as Zordon, came to the city of Angel Grove to