Power Rangers Lost Galaxy (1999–2000)

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Power-Packed Adventure! Action-Packed Fun! A time in the future. The space colony Terra Venture journeys beyond Earth in search of new worlds. Peace reigns throughout the cosmos...or does ... See full summary »

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 Kai Chen / ... (45 episodes, 1999)
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 Leo Corbett / ... (45 episodes, 1999)
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 Kendrix Morgan / ... (45 episodes, 1999)
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 GSA Troop #1 / ... (42 episodes, 1999)
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 Trakeena (34 episodes, 1999)
Hiroshi Tsuchida ...
 Mike Corbett / ... (33 episodes, 1999)
Russell Lawrence ...
 Mike Corbett / ... (29 episodes, 1999)
Tom Whyte ...
 Commander Stanton (26 episodes, 1999)
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 Scorpius / ... (22 episodes, 1999)
Bob Papenbrook ...
 Deviot / ... (21 episodes, 1999)
Mari Maruta ...
 Alpha 6 (21 episodes, 1999)
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Power-Packed Adventure! Action-Packed Fun! A time in the future. The space colony Terra Venture journeys beyond Earth in search of new worlds. Peace reigns throughout the cosmos...or does it? Far away, in a strange galaxy, the evil Scorpius attacks an innocent planet. Five courageous teens from Terra Venture rush to defend it and discover they've been "chosen" to be protectors of the universe. An all-new team of POWER RANGERS is born! Do they have what it takes? Can they defeat Scorpius even with the help of their mighty Galactazords? Take a quantum leap into the future as POWER RANGERS LOST GALAXY blasts you beyond time and space! Written by JLH <sirstack@aol.com>

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The battle gear from the premiere was taken from Starship Troopers (1997). See more »

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Yes, a lot of people watch this. No, that does not make it a good show.
10 December 2000 | by (The Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Let's face it: these shows are an insult to your brain. I can literally see the little grey cells ooze out of people's ears when they watch this drivel. It's sub-standard to say the least!

Alright, what we have here are young, good looking actors who accepted this job for the money, for the audience they'd get, but certainly NOT for the complexity of their characters. A smile, a line of dialogue and a face do not make for a compelling character. Surely these actors must have had the same feeling, as none of them even make an attempt at conveying emotions. Maybe the creators of this stinker had a strict anti-emotion policy, who knows. In any case, the actors are filler.

What we have here as well are greedy producers, bent on lowering the IQ of the entire world-population by at least 25% after season 23. With the amount of people watching this crap, I'm convinced there will be a 23rd season someday. What's even more insulting is that they try to trick us into thinking that their shows carry a positive message and that they are in fact about deep moral values. They try to accomplish this by injecting Power Rangers with an almost intolerably high buddy-factor, by showing us typical youngsters with typical habits and typical social thoughts, comments and beliefs, and by letting at least one of the main characters be played by an Afro-American actor. It's sad but true.

The casting process must have been something like this: if you look good enough, if you can utter extremely lame dialogue, if you can produce evil grins non-stop and if you can laugh at senseless one-liners without throwing up in absolute disgust, you're the right man for the job!

As for the Power Rangers themselves, one can only blame the script-writers. These guys have some serious issues on their hands, like saving the world, fighting horrible demons, and so forth, and yet they are still capable of making stupid decisions and stating the plain obvious. An example of the latter:

The Power Rangers, fighting in the park, watch in horror as an evil monster zaps himself away, which happens in all episodes. They run towards each other, make some frantic movements, and then the following conversation ensues: Red: "He Escaped" Blue: "Yeah!" Yellow: "That was a tough guy!" Green: "Let's get out of here before he comes back!" Pink: "Good idea!" Red: "Let's go!" They run away.

This conversation is pointless. Instead of giving the viewer some relevant information, we are told that he 'escaped'. Duh! He 'was a tough guy'. We just saw the fight, so we know that too. They have to 'get out of here'. It seems quite obvious that one would not stand in a park for hours and hours after a long, dangerous fight with the risk of the enemy returning.

Maybe I'm being a little unfair here, but how can one give a serious comment on a show that takes it's audience for mindless zombies? The humorously intended scenes fall flat because they are all borrowed, if not downright copied, from shows like Saved By The Bell. The fight scenes have been done before, and better too. The characters are painfully stereotypical. It's unoriginal, dull trash. All of it.

S-Club 7 and Power Rangers do battle for the crown of idiocy. Lucky for us, the Power Rangers don't sing...yet.


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