Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie (1997)

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The legendary Power Rangers must stop the evil space pirate Divatox from releasing the powerful Maligore from his volcanic imprisonment on the island of Muranthias, where only the kindly ... See full summary »

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7 January 2004 | Vaishino
Bad story for most of the thing, followed by fighting for 1/2 minute.
This movie starts out with a "martial arts" match between one of the power rangers[out of costume], and some other guy, in which the ranger is thrown from the ring, and hurts his leg or something. So they end up replacing him with his kid brother or something as equally stupid. When he morphs, he puts on the costume, then grows to the size o an adult. Anyway, they get new "zords", which are actually cars. Way to go, robots at least made the show seem cool, now they have cars. They have to rescue some little alien thing, which is the love child of an Ewok and Gizmo from gremlins. Along the way, the new pink ranger twists her ankle or something after falling into the water, and the alien heals her with his glowing finger. No ET rip off there. They take him...somewhere, and then they have this boat. The boat takes them to the island, where the rangers have to fight the old red and pink rangers who are being mind controlled. Did I mention that they have a sub plot going where bulk, skull, Jason and Kim are prisoners of the enemies? Well, yeah, they get mind controlled. During the fight, the big evil thing on the island is released, and the rangers can stop fighting Jason and Kim because the alien used his powers to fix their brains. The rangers go out to fight the big guy, who's being called all powerful, and being completely overhyped. They call out their cars, and start up this 8 minute sequence where the cars drive around, the rangers wave their hands around, and the cars go together to form a giant robot. They then proceed to hit the guy once. Once with the sword. That's all it takes, and he blows up. I sat through that whole movie, and that's the end? They kill him in one hit? The fight was shorter than the robot forming sequence. There is no excuse for that.

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Trivia

After Jason helps Kimberly escape the bilge of Divatox's craft, she was supposed to lose consciousness from lack of air and sink into the ocean. After Mandika the mermaid saves Bulk and Skull by giving them a log to use so they can swim to Muranthias, Mandika saves Kimberly from drowning and takes her to shore. The sequence and all footage of Mandika were cut, but the epilogue of remains, when native warriors find an exhausted Kimberly on the beach. This explains why Bulk and Skull aren't as tired as Kimberly when she arrives on the island.


Quotes

Zordon: On a distant planet lives a Great Wizard named Lerigot. He is the keeper of a Golden Key which unlocks the dimensional gateways of the universe... Lerigot is hunted by Divatox, a wicked Galactic Pirate, who need the Wizard's power to release a ...


Goofs

The scene where Kat falls off the cliff is full of edition gags: right before she falls, her gold Zeonizer is on her left wrist and the silver Zeonizer is on her right wrist and stuck in the branch. Then the branch breaks and she falls down (her silver Zeonizer stays stuck in the branch). But when she falls, she is wearing both of the morphers. Then, as she is reaching the water, she catches the falling Zeonizer Morpher (which is mysteriously "closed", with the velcros stuck to each other) and morphs: when she morphs, the Zeonizers are switched, as the Gold Zeonizer is placed on the right wrist and the Silver on the left wrist. In addition, the waterfall is seen behind her as she morphs "Zeo Ranger I, Pink!" (close shot), but as the morphing starts (another shot from another view), she again passes the waterfall.


Crazy Credits

As the end credits roll, we see what happens in between the last 2 scenes.


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Power Rangers Turbo, Go
Written by
Shuki Levy
Performed by Super Power
Produced by Ron Kenan & Jeremy Sweet
Recorded at Saban Studios, LA, California

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Action | Adventure | Family | Fantasy | Sci-Fi | Thriller

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