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Mirai sentai Timeranger vs. Go Go V (2001)

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Masaru Nagai ...
Yûji Kido ...
Ayase / Time Blue
Masahiro Kuranuki ...
Sion / Time Green
Tomohide Koizumi ...
Domon / Time Yellow
Mika Katsumura ...
Shinji Kasahara ...
Ryûichirô Nishioka ...
Kenji Taniguchi ...
Nagare Tatsumi / Go Blue
Atsushi Harada ...
Shô Tatsumi / Go Green
Kenji Shibata ...
Daimon Tatsumi / Go Yellow
Kayoko Shibata ...
Matsuri Tatsumi / Go Pink (as Monika Sakaguchi)
Mike Maki ...
Mondo Tatsumi
Asami Kuru ...
Lila
Ryûzaburô Ôtomo ...
Don Dolnero (voice)
Kôji Tobe ...
Gien (voice)
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Boribaru: It's about time you got here, Timerangers! I am BoriBaru. I am the strongest boxer in the universe! I have killed 500 in hand to hand combat so far!
Yûri: What?
Tatsuya Asami: You did this to lure us out? You bastard!
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Spun-off from Kyûkyû sentai Gô Gô Faibu (1999) See more »

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Not great but better than the American alternative
23 August 2004 | by See all my reviews

I am not normally a fan of sentai movies or the team ups as they always seem to be rushed or forced and don't really add anything to the series and this was no exception.

That said it wasn't entirely a waste of time. The basic plot is that a villain from gogo v help the villains from timeranger and both sets of rangers (who don't get on) get thrown into the past and must work together to get home.

The special effects are not fantastic, but perfectly efficient. I particularly liked the fire at the beginning which the gogo v siblings help fight. The mecha battle at the end isn't very good especially when the gogo-mecha emerges from the time-mecha.

This Japanese film is better than the power rangers version which was rushed and probably only made because of contractual obligations. It bears absolutely no resemblance to the plot of the Japanese version. The nearest American equivalent is the movie madness episodes which borrow the rangers in the past scenarios.


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