It’s Morphin time

Illustrated by Daniel Jimenez

Daniel JImenez, Assistant Photographer

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Go Go Power Rangers.  In  the quiet town of Angel Grove there is a certain group of individuals who are set on the path of something greater.

These individuals have  no idea what their role in life.The movie starts when the leader of the group, Jason Scott, is arrested and sent to detention where he meets the rest of his team. Later on one of the individuals, Billy Cranston, blows up a rock while the group is arguing in an abandoned gold mine. That rock holds the power crystals. The power crystals are different colors and each members get a color crystal. Jason gets the red, Billy has the blue, Kimberly has the pink, Zack has the black crystals and Trini has the yellow power crystal. The group finds the source of the power crystals comes from a spaceship. The group cannot yet morph. They are not one with the mysterious Zeo force. Eventually the movie the Power Rangers morph but at the worst time when the villain of the movie Rita Repulsa  attacks Angel Grove to find the Zeo crystal.

The movie is just  like a season of the 1993 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers television show. Many memories come back with this movie. The director is Dean Israelite who makes the Power Rangers popular again due to his directing skills. The producers are Haim Saban, Wyck, Godfrey, Marty Bowen, Brian Casentini.  The movie had a budget of $100 million. The movie made worldwide $134.8 million and in the U.S.  made $40 million. Israelite made many fans of the Power Rangers fall in love with the franchise all over again. The cool part is that Israelite is in two scenes that the original Power Rangers were in the movie.

 

     

 

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