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15 out of 20 people found the following review useful:
The Rangers are back and better than ever!, 24 March 2009
Author: vandalsnewyou05 from North Carolina
Let me preface this by saying I am a 21 year old without children... I
just happened to be flipping through the channels and I caught the
season premiere as it was airing for the first time... It sucked me so
much that I sat on my couch for one hour watching the first two
episodes. I haven't missed one yet. What makes this series better than
the other 16? The answer is simple yet complicated. With every previous
Power Rangers series I've had some problem with them that prevented me
from watching more than one episode in each one. When you really break
it down the series boils down to three or four things: Acting, musical
scoring, action sequences, and most importantly... the story. With
every single series at least one (if not all if we're talking about
Jungle Fury) of these things have been missing. When I was watching the
first episode I was blown away by the fact that everyone acted well,
the music was intense and appropriate, the action scenes were worth
watching, and the story line was phenomenal. The story is still keeping
me hooked and I'm on the fifth episode now.
That's not to say that this series is flawless... It's like everything made for kids outside of the nineties... it's very careful not to offend, the "get in gear" line is just plain cheesy, and the computer sequenced robot transformation looks probably the stupidest of any series I've seen. That being said, it's still by far the best stomping every series prior to it. So far, the Rangers have spent very little time in their costumes and they've been building a very interesting story. I hope that they continue to amuse and excite and that they go out with a bang. I'm hearing this is the last series of the Rangers and as cliché as it is to say... I think they've saved the best for last!
5 out of 6 people found the following review useful:
What do you do when life gives you lemons?, 2 April 2012
Author: Shinobi-vs-Gast from Rotterdam, The Netherlands
You make lemonade and that's what this season is all about.
I have watched the Power Rangers since the start in The Netherlands and watched most of the season albeit not in their entirety. But I know what Power Rangers is about.
And somehow I was reading up on Power Rangers the last couple of days with the intention of watching one of the seasons I haven't watched yet. And I stumbled across R.P.M. with a extraordinary high rating, where the other seasons only score five plus ratings.
First of all what makes Power Rangers R.P.M. so great is that this season doesn't take it self to serious, they even make fun of their Zords, morphing sequences and spandex suits. Great way to break the fourth wall.
Plus it has decent acting, fun action, a great story and interesting characters. It was nice to see who they were before they became Rangers and it changed their life. I almost shed a their with one of the episodes, so that says something.
Come to think of it, the acting and great story was what kept me hooked. Not the stupid Zords and so on.
So do yourself a favour and give this season a chance.
7 out of 10 people found the following review useful:
Okay Kid's Action Series Of The Modern Age, 21 March 2010
I am an adult with childish viewing tastes. Kid's television of the
last 20 years has not captured my imagination but I have been a casual
viewer of Power Rangers since 1993 because it has some of the elements
of what kid's TV should be all about: action, monsters, humour and
crazy young people!
"R.P.M." is the best Power Rangers series since the 1990s stuff because the casting and premise are rather good. Nothing too outstanding here but nice morning television to have a coffee in front of.
The cool pilot episode will surprise some long-time fans. In fact, at first you may suspect you are on the wrong channel as it does not seem like Power Rangers at all.
And a special thanks to the casting people who helped make this series what it is.
5 out of 7 people found the following review useful:
Definitely one of the best, 20 September 2009
Author: Lashley1 (email@example.com) from Wirral, England
*** This review may contain spoilers ***
Let's start by just explaining I am a major Power Rangers fan and have
been since I was born, I was born in 95, when MMPR finished. I have
loved every series so far, except Ninja Storm, unfortunately it didn't
cut it for me. This series however has got to be one of the best!
Everything about it sells as a winner. Perhaps it's just that Power
Rangers is aging with me, either way it is awesome.
Currently my country's airings are behind the original American ones, but I have been reading about it on Wikipedia and the rest sounds amazing.
The plot involves the normal world being hit by a computer virus, called the Venjix virus. This virus destroyed technology all around the world and created robot drones to wipe out humanity. One years after the virus has been released the only safe place left is the city of Corinth. A giant dome basically. We then build up the initial core Rangers. Each has subsequent episodes to explain their lives before the virus and how they got to be Rangers.
There's Scott, the Red Ranger. Unfortunately for him, this series does not focus enough on the Red Ranger as others have previously done, they instead decide to try and involve him by giving him small decisions to make to fill his leadership role. We establish quite early on that Scott is neglected by his father, Colonal Truman. This is because his brother, codenamed Eagle 1, was killed by the Venjix army. Shocking huh? Someone died in Power Rangers, I mean Kendrix died back in Lost Galaxy, but they never actually said that she did.
The Blue Ranger, Flynn, is your typical foreign comedic relief. He began as wanting to be a superhero, back when he was a young boy, but unfortunately didn't cut it and ended up having his comics ruined, we all know how that feels! His father told him to make something of his life and to let his dreams lie. He tries many different jobs to help people, let an awesome montage follow. Flynn, however hard he tries, fails all of these jobs and before he can start another the Venjix virus attacks. He protects his father and get them both to Corinth. Your typical hero-born-from-danger scene is obviously going to follow. Flynn sees the distress of a woman and flees Corinth in search of survivors. He rescues many, including the distressed woman's daughter.
The most remarkable of them all is Summer. She is your typical, rich, spoiled princess. When her parents fail to make it to her birthday party she is distraught. Crying in her room when the virus attacks, Summer leaves with her friends. She is then thrown from the rescue vehicle by her 'friends'. She then wanders the wasteland that was Earth and reaches her butler Andrews. He protects her from an attack, but dies saving her. She then becomes a stronger person and joins with the Red Ranger, Scott, getting them both into Corinth before the shields are lowered.
We then meet Dillon and Ziggy. Two lone warriors outside of the city of Corinth, both for separate reasons. Dillon's is that he was kidnapped by Venjix and had his memories erased. Ziggy's is that he was inside Corinth but was kicked out for betraying criminals. The two form an instant bond and succeed in reaching Corinth unharmed. It is there that Dillon is discovered to have Venjix technology inside of him. He is offered the Series Black armour and forms with the other three Rangers. Ziggy is later, reluctantly, offered the Series Green armour and becomes the Green Ranger.
Our supporting characters we are introduced to are Dr. K, a cold, blunt woman who created the Venjix virus, unknowingly, but now seeks to help the Rangers stop it. Colonal Mason, Scott's father and the leader of Corinth's military. Tenaya 7, a robotic-android built for evil. She is sarky, rude and powerful. It is later revealed Tenaya 7 was Dillon's blind sister. How all this will unfold is currently a mystery but I'm sure it will be good.
All together this is a well rounded series, obviously with it's cheesiness from the Sentai series, but that always contributes to a good Power Rangers series.
I have just watched the final episode of PRRPM and must say it was amazing. In true fashion the Rangers joined together for the final battle, destroying Venjix once and for all, or did they, with the strange glow from Scott's morpher, this series has been left open. We then saw a sad parting of ways of each Ranger to one another, and relationships finally blossoming. Dillon and Summer left together into the wide, open world, with little sister Tenaya tagging along too. Ziggy and Dr. K finally accepted each others' feelings and joined together to form a cute school for little kids. Scott took over the Eagle Sqaudron, finally able to fill the shoes of his deceased older brother. Flynn and his Dad teamed up again to open up Corinth's computer networks and Gem and Gemma also got employed for the Eagle Squadron, overjoyed by the fact that they could blow stuff up and get payed for it!
A charming end to a brilliant series, I even upped the rating to 10/10. In a way I am glad this was the end of Power Rangers, to leave us on a high is the best parting gift.
1 out of 2 people found the following review useful:
the Best of the Power Rangers Series, 15 July 2012
Mighty Morphin season 1 and season 2 was great Zeo was great Turbo was
not that bad In Space and Lost Galaxy and Time Force are Sabans Best
Along came Wild Force the season that has 3 great team up episodes and
a great season finale Ninja Storm was not that bad Dino Thunder and
S.P.D. Was great but not that bad Mystic Force was good it's like harry
potter with Zords and rangers Operation Overdrive was Great but not the
worst But I know many of those power rangers fans hates operation
overdrive but I really enjoyed it Jungle Fury was not terrible but i
the final Disney power rangers season "R.P.M." is got to be the Best Power Rangers series since the 90s stuff but i miss the start of the 1st episode of R.P.M. it has a great storyline, the rangers are cool, the Zords are fun, the Megazords are Awesome, Cornith City is great and it takes place in the post-apocalyptic future it's like terminator with power rangers and Megazords and Zords
Dillon (the next Andros)&Scott are so cool Ziggy&Gem&Gemma are so funny, the RPM Ultrazord was the Best Ultrazord and the Most powerful Zord ever
and we have Tenaya 7/15 Who is Also Dillons Sister, Shifter and Kilobyte was awesome, Venjix was a great villain and his final form was one tough machine and his goal is to you guessed it, take over the world.
the bad part about R.P.M. was the laughable general crunch his voice was horrible and his face was ugly he was the worst General ever in the power rangers series
and the episode I'm not going to miss was the last episode (Danger and Destiny part 2) it's not bad but it's too good and exciting to watch Tenaya turns into a Good Guy the 3 rangers fights venjix for their final battle The gold and silver ranger's Zords blast the tower off Dillon rescues Tenaya and fight crunch for his last battle Dillon grabs Tenaya and they take out the parachute. The trio run for cover as the tower Gem and Gemma squash Venjix with Corinth's control tower Gem and Gema have a happy reunion with trio. Dillon and Summer left together into the wide, open world, with little sister Tenaya tagging along too.
Ziggy and Dr. K finally accepted each other's feelings and joined together to form a cute school for little kids.
i wish i had a cute school for little kids Scott took over the Eagle Sqaudron, finally able to fill the shoes of his deceased older brother. Flynn and his Dad teamed up again to open up Corinth's computer networks and Gem and Gemma also got employed for the Eagle Squadron, Dillon stops his car, they all get out to a flower, Dillon puts water on it. They find more little flowers and then over a stoop, many more flowers, a lake and mountain the world was restored and they all lived happily ever after
what a charming end to a brilliant series or is it? the background music played is that of the Venjix Palace and Scott's morpher is shown on screen with one red light blinking,
indicating that the Venjix virus might come back.
i was like "i can't wait for the next series what will happen after R.P.M." and I was a bit shocked when power rangers has been cancelled after R.P.M. but the New series (Power Rangers Samurai) saved the franchise R.P.M. was a must Have for all the Power Rangers Fans or the kids who never watched power rangers and For the whole family So If you miss the first 16 seasons of power rangers then R.P.M. is what you need.
3 out of 6 people found the following review useful:
Power Rangers R.P.M.'s, 27 March 2009
Author: blackcat-39 from United States
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Hi, It would be great to see the new power Rangers R.P.M.'s but Disney
took it off the air and now show it on a ABC network that we here in
Melbourne & Orlando Can't get and where are cable can't Carrie the ABC
network that many others can watch the new shows I have to wait till
the DVD comes out to see them and I do hope it will be soon.I am so
made at Disney right now for what they have done to toon Disney by
putting on shows that where taking off a long time ago and took Power
Rangers away for them I do hope that they put the Power Rangers back on
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