Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie

1997

Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie

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Based on the hit children's television series The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, this film has the teenage superheroes doing battle with the other-worldly villainess Divatox (Hilary Shepard Turner). She is the wife of an evil lord named Maligore who is imprisoned in an energy vacuum inside one of Earth's volcanos. Freeing him would mean doom for the universe. Divatox needs to bring a good wizard named Lerigot (Jon Simanton) to the volcano, because he has the key to unlocking the energy prison. Lerigot flees his planet and escapes to Earth just before Divatox's henchmen capture him. The five Rangers disguise themselves as ordinary teenagers, but their secret is discovered by ten-year-old Justin (Blake Foster), and he is allowed to don a power suit and become one of them. Zordon, the Power Rangers' boss, gives his crew extra powers to thwart Divatox, who with her pirates has captured a submarine. The showdown between the forces of universal good and evil includes plenty of karate and kick-boxing around a seething cauldron of lava. ~ Michael Betzold, Rovi

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Cast

Jason David Frank
as Tommy (Red Ranger)
Steve Cardenas
as Rocky (Blue Ranger)
Johnny Yong Bosch
as Adam (Green Ranger)
Catherine Sutherland
as Katherine (Pink Ranger)
Nakia Burrise
as Tanya (Yellow Ranger)
Jon Simanton
as Lerigot
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Audience Reviews for Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie

I liked the TV show, the original version that is, but this movie marked the turning point for the show. The point when it just got too stupid for its fans.

Aj V
Aj V

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This is not exactly a sequel from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers - The Movie, because it doesn't follow the events that took place on the movie. This movie follows the rest of the series, it is set in the same universe with the same people, with the same sets, with the same suits, unlike the first movie in which everything was different. Personally I highly recommend this movie only and exclusively to Power Rangers' followers, not to the general audience.

Steven Vincent Gee
Steven Vincent Gee

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It was entertaining when I first watched it.

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Chosen 718

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