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Power Rangers

"Together we are more."

PG-13 2017-03-23 Action 2hr 4m

Five ordinary teens must become something extraordinary when they learn that their small town of Angel Grove — and the world — is on the verge of being obliterated by an alien threat. Chosen by destiny, our heroes quickly discover they are the only ones who can save the planet. But to do so, they will have to overcome their real-life issues and before it’s too late, band together as the Power Rangers.

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Five ordinary teens must become something extraordinary when they learn that their small town of Angel Grove — and the world — is on the verge of being obliterated by an alien threat. Chosen by destiny, our heroes quickly discover they are the only ones who can save the planet. But to do so, they will have to overcome their real-life issues and before it’s too late, band together as the Power Rangers.

  • Released
    2017-03-23
  • Revenue
    $142,300,000
  • Budget
    $105,000,000
  • Runtime
    2hr 4m
  • Genre
    Action, Adventure, Science Fiction
  • Status
    Released
  • Language
    English
  • imdb-logo
    5.9
  • Production
    Lionsgate, Saban Brands, Saban Films, Temple Hill Entertainment, TIK Films

Crew

Dean Israelite
Director
John Gatins
Screenplay
Wyck Godfrey
Producer

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Cast

Dacre Montgomery

Dacre Montgomery

Jason Lee Scott / The Red Ranger
RJ Cyler

RJ Cyler

Billy Cranston / The Blue Ranger
Ludi Lin

Ludi Lin

Zack Taylor / The Black Ranger
Naomi Scott

Naomi Scott

Kimberly Hart / The Pink Ranger
Becky G

Becky G

Trini / The Yellow Ranger
Bill Hader

Bill Hader

Alpha 5 (voice)
Elizabeth Banks

Elizabeth Banks

Rita Repulsa / The Green Ranger
Fred Tatasciore

Fred Tatasciore

Goldar / Putties (voice)
David Denman

David Denman

Sam Scott / Jason's Father
Caroline Cave

Caroline Cave

Beverly Scott / Jason's Mother
Kayden Magnuson

Kayden Magnuson

Pearl Scott / Jason's Sister
Lisa Berry

Lisa Berry

Candace Cranston / Billy's Mother
Fiona Fu

Fiona Fu

Mrs Taylor / Zack's Mother
Robert Moloney

Robert Moloney

Ted Hart / Kimberly's Father
Anjali Jay

Anjali Jay

Maddy Hart / Kimberly's Mother
Patrick Sabongui

Patrick Sabongui

Mr Kwan / Trini's Father
Erica Cerra

Erica Cerra

Mrs Kwan / Trini's Mother
Wesley MacInnes

Wesley MacInnes

Colt Wallace / Bully
Sarah Grey

Sarah Grey

Amanda Clark
Emily Maddison

Emily Maddison

Rebecca / Young Lover #1
Drew Ray Tanner

Drew Ray Tanner

Drew Tanner / Young Lover #2
Donald Adams

Donald Adams

Homeless Man
Clayton James

Clayton James

Young Cop
Garry Chalk

Garry Chalk

Captain Bowen
Fiona Vroom

Fiona Vroom

Fenix Saleswoman
Sophie Lui

Sophie Lui

Television Anchor
Phillip Reed

Phillip Reed

Heavy Equipment Operator
Amy Jo Johnson

Amy Jo Johnson

Cameo Role #1
Jason David Frank

Jason David Frank

Cameo Role #2
Jaime M. Callica

Jaime M. Callica

Officer Bebe (uncredited)
Andrew Beha

Andrew Beha

Police Officer (uncredited)
Kirk Kelly

Kirk Kelly

Officer (uncredited)
Ranjit Samra

Ranjit Samra

Security Guard (uncredited)
Peter Brown

Peter Brown

Hipster (uncredited)
Tanis Dolman

Tanis Dolman

Pedestrian (uncredited)
Lachlan MacDonald

Lachlan MacDonald

Student (uncredited)

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Movie Reviews

Reviews for Power Rangers
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A Review by topkek327 9

Written by topkek327 on 2017-03-24

Loud, trashy, sweet and weird, the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers reboot “Power Rangers” is not merely an ideal film for rambunctious and unde... read more

Loud, trashy, sweet and weird, the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers reboot “Power Rangers” is not merely an ideal film for rambunctious and undemanding 12-year olds, it actually sees the world through their eyes. In theory, the heroes are high school students. But they’re actually a Disney Channel-styled fantasy of the splendors that await kids when they finally become full-fledged teenagers and can Do Whatever They Want. These heroes are misfits. They gather in detention in their high school, a scenario that promises to turn into “The Mighty Morphin Breakfast Club Rangers.” Lo and behold, that’s what you get: a mix of shenanigans, heart-to-heart talks and widescreen punch-outs between monster battles. REVIEW FROM ROGER EBERT.

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A Review by Dark Jedi 6

Written by Dark Jedi on 2017-05-31

Buying this movie was of course pretty much a request from my kids although I have to confess that I, as a Science Fiction geek, was at leas... read more

Buying this movie was of course pretty much a request from my kids although I have to confess that I, as a Science Fiction geek, was at least a tiny bit interested in seeing what they had managed to cook together on a big budget. For the record I find the television show absolutely awful. Therefore I am quite surprised that I found the movie to be not exactly good but at least watchable. Make no mistake, it is indeed a silly and simple plot, teenage wet dream, stupid and illogical kind of story that you would expect. However, it was actually mildly fun to watch. Most of my enjoyment came from the special effects and action sequences of course. The dialog and behavior of the teenage heroes were as stereotyped and generally awful as one would expect. This of course means that the first half of the movie is less interesting than the second half when the action picks up. Actually, although there are some fun moments during “training”, I felt this entire idea of them not being able to use their powers before they had gotten into the right “mental state” to prove that they were actually Power Rangers was just a rubbish one. Once things started to pick up speed it became more interesting. The different means of transport of the Power Rangers was absolutely silly but still great fun to watch. Well, I really do not have that much more to say. The last parts of the movie was one big special effects feast with a few comic elements in it, most of them rather … teenage. Fun to watch for a science fiction geek like me. So, the verdict? Was it a fun movie to watch? Yeah, it was pretty okay. Was it a good movie? Well, that is probably stretching it.

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A Review by Ruuz 5

Written by Ruuz on 2017-07-10

I grew up on Power Rangers, I always loved them, even as an adult I re-watch _Mighty Morphin'_ about once a year. But it's never been "good"... read more

I grew up on Power Rangers, I always loved them, even as an adult I re-watch _Mighty Morphin'_ about once a year. But it's never been "good", so for 2017's Hollywood go-over to even come across as well as it did is impressive, but still, in keeping with history, _Power Rangers_ is not "good". And where it fails hardest is in its most _Power_-_Ranger_-iest moments. Before Rita Repulsa, and the Ranger suits and the quote unquote epic showdown at Krispy Kreme (which by the way is probably the most heinous example of product placement I've ever seen), I was actually pretty on board, sure the acting was hit and miss at best, but as characters I was interested to follow their dynamic. Unfortunately, this is at best half the film, and even this half isn't perfect. _Final rating:★★½ - Had a lot that appealed to me, didn’t quite work as a whole._

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A Review by Rangan 4

Written by Rangan on 2017-10-22

**The power of Cadbury Gems!** It was one of those films known that it would fail even before being made. I've rated the rebooted 'Fantas... read more

**The power of Cadbury Gems!** It was one of those films known that it would fail even before being made. I've rated the rebooted 'Fantastic Four' better than this. I am not a 'Power Rangers' fan, but I was looking forward to it. Expected to be a decent, not this low. The major issue with the film was the story. What the heck! All the superhero films have this same platform. That's really boring. Even that's how the real 'Power Rangers' is, does not matter, it should have been re-wrote completely. Just like they had updated the costumes from cloths to metal armours. As usual, the actors are not to be blamed. Those young guys did good. Direction, not bad too. The graphic, nothing new or that impressive. If we observe closely all the CGI shot, they do not look fine, especially if you know all this stuff like an animator or something. The villain was weak. But the entire film was like just an introduction. They had held up everything till the last quarters to bring all together and make a massive stand off between the good and the bad. Maybe it could work for kids. Those who liked Marvel and DC superhero films would only find it a trash. The best thing about the film is, it is watchable, despite everything are familiar and predictable. I'm not in favour of a sequel, but surely they will make one. And that's result would decide the franchise's future, which I think has a slim chance against those superhero films that already bagged the large sum of fans to its pocket. As I said, the remaining one are children, who are upcoming generation. So if the filmmakers target them, even the adults would sit quiet and watch without whining. _4/10_

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A Review by TopKek

Loud, trashy, sweet and weird, the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers reboot “Power Rangers” is not merely an ideal film for rambunctious and undemanding 12-year olds, it actually sees the world through their eyes. In theory, the heroes are hi...

reviewer avatar

A Review by topkek327 9

Written by topkek327 on 2017-03-24

Loud, trashy, sweet and weird, the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers reboot “Power Rangers” is not merely an ideal film for rambunctious and undemanding 12-year olds, it actually sees the world through the...

read more
reviewer avatar

A Review by Dark Jedi 6

Written by Dark Jedi on 2017-05-31

Buying this movie was of course pretty much a request from my kids although I have to confess that I, as a Science Fiction geek, was at least a tiny bit interested in seeing what they had managed to c...

read more
reviewer avatar

A Review by Ruuz 5

Written by Ruuz on 2017-07-10

I grew up on Power Rangers, I always loved them, even as an adult I re-watch _Mighty Morphin'_ about once a year. But it's never been "good", so for 2017's Hollywood go-over to even come across as wel...

read more
reviewer avatar

A Review by Rangan 4

Written by Rangan on 2017-10-22

**The power of Cadbury Gems!** It was one of those films known that it would fail even before being made. I've rated the rebooted 'Fantastic Four' better than this. I am not a 'Power Rangers' fan, ...

read more