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 wizard Lerigot has the key to release him. The hope of victory lies in the Ranger's incredible new Turbo powers and powerful Turbo Zords.Written by
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Alpha 5 was redesigned, however his new body would be more commonly associated with Alpha 6. See more »
When Cat falls to a cliff and holds to a branch, she calls the Zeonizer bracelets to morph before falling. The left one gets stuck on the branch and when she falls the bracelet slips from her left arm. This is shown in a close shot. One shot later, when we see Catherine falling, she is wearing both bracelets. A shot later, she again doesn't wear the left one, and it's falling close to her while she catches it in the air. See more »
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 terrible demon-like creature... Her plan is to join with him in a sinister marriage and bring forth a reign of terror on the galaxy... Lerigot's only chance is to seek the help of powerful friends. But, first, he must escape his planet and ...
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As the end credits roll, we see what happens in between the last 2 scenes. See more »
Power Rangers Turbo: The Television Series is better than Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie! Yes, it should be the other way around, movies are meant to be better than TV, but they got it very wrong here!
The series was filled with Elgar the comical mutant dropping jokes all the time but I can't even remember if Elgar is even in the movie! Adding to this, I don't like that short stupid looking creature that appears in this film. About the only pleasing part of the film was interesting footage of the submarine and that just comes from my liking of submarines.
The first Power Rangers movie was a lot better than this and it is not too hard to understand why Turbo was the last PR movie!
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