Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie Reviews

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May 20, 2003
Noisy and meant for children only. A bored grown-up's only consolation is that the Rangers' popularity has probably peaked, and the next kiddie phenomenon must be on the way. Don't even think about what it will cost.
March 23, 2003
While it has some great special effects and some decent fight scenes, it also has some incredibly bad costumes and some really cheap-looking special effects.
February 13, 2003
September 16, 2002
July 26, 2002
February 13, 2001
Brings the popular TV series to the screen with a barrage of spectacular special effects, a slew of fantastic monsters, a ferociously funny villain -- and, most important, a refreshing lack of pretentiousness.
January 1, 2000
Nothing more than an expanded typical Power Ranger episode ... [But my 6-year-old LOVED it.]
January 1, 2000
If there was ever a script, it seems to have been left behind while everyone went on location.
January 1, 2000
It does deliver the cheesy sci-fi goods for fans of the colorful television show, even if it's not likely to win any new converts.
January 1, 2000
The production values are much higher than those of the TV shows.
January 1, 2000
The movie bolts along at a breakneck pace, from an opening sky diving scene to the climactic battle, which finds Ooze cackling away in the cockpit of a mechanical dinosaur.
January 1, 2000
These are the same performers who appear on the TV show, and you get the feeling this has become more than a meal ticket for them. Hokey dialogue is invested with an intensity that takes you out of the movie and into the psyches of the actors.
January 1, 2000
What depresses me inutterably is that children, who are fresh and inquisitive, will go to this movie and, for 88 minutes, the movie will do what it can to deaden their imaginations.
Top Critic
January 1, 2000
Young fans of the six squeaky-clean super teens can look forward to an effects-loaded, energetic adventure that powers up martial-arts acrobatics as it cuts the cheesiness.
January 1, 2000
As a TV show, Power Rangers is merely lame. Blown up into a movie, with $40 million worth of special effects draped over the same 29-cent plot and three-for-a-nickel characters, it is positively grotesque.
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