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In this latest POWER RANGERS our five hero teens learn that their small town of Angel Grove - as well as the entire world - is on the verge of being completely destroyed by an alien threat and soon discover that they are the only ones who can save the planet.
But to do so, they must overcome their personal 'real-life issues' and somehow join forces to save us all. A group of high-school students, who are infused with unique superpowers, harness their abilities in order to save the world. The attitude, of Power
Rangers (2017) is that the best balance is a violence that's peaceful. Violence is an acceptable reality, just as long as the violence is contained.
Violence can't contain itself, since that would just defeat the purpose of being inspired by the violence. In order for the violence to be contained yet inspiring all the same, the containment needs to happen because of outside the violence.
The violence is the violence. The containment of the violence is outside the violence. Outside the violence is peace, and it's this peace that's letting the violence be controlled.
The peace, that's controlling the violence isn't separate to the violence. The peace is the same as the violence, but, it's a violence that lacks control. The violence is controlled, because of a violence that's without control.
A completely free and merciless violence is happening so that a contained and graceful version of the free and merciless violence has the freedom to happen - a harmless violence is happening because of a harmful violence.
A harmful violence is a sincere violence. Sincere violence is neither sincerity or violence, it's insincere peace. A peace that has the ability to lie to itself is performing that ability so that an actual violence can happen.
The ability to lie isn't deception. The ability to lie is a truth that's a weakness. Actual violence on the other hand is deception. A truth that's a weakness is giving way to an outright deception. The deception isn't a truth that's a weakness, but is instead a lie that's a greatness - a weak power is giving way to a strong lie.
The weak power is neither weakness or power. The strong lie is neither a strength or a lie: a strength that's immoral is giving way to a truth that's moral.
The immorality of power, is ending itself so that reality can instead know what it means to experience the peace of weakness. Weakness is a necessary experience for reality to experience, but, just having the experience isn't enough: in order for weakness to be properly experienced, it's necessary for reality to make the effort of getting to weakness.
Being weak isn't enough. Reality doesn't just want to be weak, but, it actually wants to spend millions and millions of years trying to manipulate itself so that it can experience weakness.
Reality doesn't just want to be weak: reality wants to work for billions of years so that it can be weak I'm very pleased with what they did with this film, the style and acting are not your typical but it gives it such a raw feel. Coming from the shoes back in the day, I like how this is the prequel of you will that we never got from watching the shows.
I have some hard time believing the younger crowd here staying it was horrible. Maybe if refrained from watching spoiler and trailers you would be more "surprised" with the finished product. Personally I feel trailer have gone way overboard in this mainstream media culture we live in and I know it's reason I hate some movies. That being said the acting and the style of directing were really cool for a low budged but it still had a lot of impact. A teen group therapy session disguised as a superhero movie, Power Rangers is numbingly predictable and cynically made, recycling myriad blockbuster tropes but draining their adolescent pleasures in the process. Despite this show being based on the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers TV series, there are some substantial differences in characters/plot/storyline/etc. There may be minor spoilers in this section:
-A major difference is that this is a PG-13 film and touches on some mature subject matter and more realistic violence than the original TV-Y7-rated television series.
-In this film, Zordon and Rita are both former Power Rangers back in the Cenozoic era, with Rita having betrayed the team. While Zordon and Rita in the original show have an extensive past and were enemies, there was nothing in the original show that stated either of the two was actually a Power Ranger, although it is worth noting that in the original TV show, Rita, not Zordon, initially had possession of the Green Power Coin.
-In the original TV series, Rita and her henchmen are sealed away and banished into space in a "Space Dumpster." In this film, she is apparently killed by a meteor, but revives in the modern day, possibly because she still had the Green Power Coin in her possession.
-In the original TV series, Rita tricked Zordon into accepting a truce, and used this opportunity to trap him in a time warp, which is why he appears inside of a glass dome. In this film, Alpha 5 sealed Zordon into the spaceship's matrix as a means of keeping him alive.
-While Alpha 5's design has changed, his personality is largely the same. He does, however, have additional means of self-defense, including extendable arms.
-The Command Center where Zordon and Alpha reside was apparently built on Earth outside of Angel Grove. The Command Center in the new film is Zordon and Alpha's old spaceship, trapped and buried under ground after millions of years. However, both Command Centers are located outside of Angel Grove proper.
-The new Zordon does not immediately embrace/accept the Ranger team, and is highly critical, unlike his television counterpart.
-In the new film, the Rangers apparently do not have the ability to teleport, like they did on the original TV series.
-In the original TV series, the Rangers had to morph to gain their powers/strength. In this film, they gain superhuman strength just by possessing the Power Coins. Additionally, the team has to "come together" as a collective team before they can morph in the new film, while they are able to do so immediately upon desiring to do so in the original show.
-The Angel Grove of the original television series was more of a "California Valley" style town, whereas it has an economy based around fishing in the new film. The design of the town in the new film reflects this.
-In the original TV series, Jason (Red Ranger) is a kind-hearted martial artist, and seamlessly becomes the leader of the team, rarely conflicting with his teammates/subordinates (though based on some reactions of the school principal, it's possible he was a delinquent at one point). The Jason of the film is much more reckless and gets in trouble for pranks he played in school, having to attend detention. This Jason is much more conflicted and reckless than his television counterpart, and is doubted as a leader initially.
-The Kimberly (Pink Ranger) on the original show is a "Valley Girl" type, skilled in gymnastics and music. The one in the film is a more flawed character, and feels like something of a mash-up between a "popular girl" and "mean girl" stereotype. This version of the character is not above doing things that are less than ethical early in the film, which alienates her from her former friends.
-On the original show, Zach (Black Ranger) was African-American, and had invented a fusion of martial arts and dance. In the film, he is of Asian descent, and is something of a delinquent, acting out and regularly not attending school, this partially being due to him having an ailing mother. Ironically, this version of Zach, at least in terms of physical appearance, more resembles Adam Park from the TV series, the second Black Ranger (and Zach's replacement).
-The Billy (Blue Ranger) on the original show was a Caucasian and somewhat of a "nerd" stereotype, who, while a victim of bullying at times, invented things to help the Power Ranger team. Although the character was changed to African-American for the new film, the new version of Billy probably more closely resembles the original version of the character personality-wise than any of the other new Rangers from the film, although the new version's personality is somewhat different since he has autism.
-The Trini (Yellow Ranger) in the original film was both intelligent academically and a skilled martial artist. The version in the new film is of Hispanic/Latina descent and more of a delinquent; it is implied that she may be lesbian/bisexual, although this is not really explored in the film. Her parents clearly see her as a "weird" one due to some of her habits/behavior.
-Rita in the original show had henchmen, including Squat, Baboo, Finster, Goldar, and Scorpina. None of these henchmen appear in the new film, other than Goldar, who is reimagined as a mindless golden giant.
-In the original TV show, the five Ranger forms/Zords have names: Mastodon: Black Ranger. Pterodactyl: Pink Ranger. Triceratops: Blue Ranger. Sabertooth Tiger: Yellow Ranger. Tyrannosaurus: Red Ranger. None of the Ranger forms/Zords are named in the new film, although Billy coins use the term "Megazord" himself to refer to the combination of the Zords that fights Goldar.
-The original TV show's Megazord had all five Rangers in a joint cockpit, as well as a separate "Tank" mode before shifting to the "Robot" mode. The new version, apparently, only has the "Robot" mode, and each Ranger remains in his/her individual Zord on the united form, rather than in a collective cockpit.
-The TV show had many regular characters that do not appear in the new movie, namely Ernie at the Juice Bar, bullies Bulk and Skull, schoolteacher Ms. Appleby, and school principal Mr. Kaplan. The only teacher regularly seen in the film is the one monitoring detention, and he does not seem to be based on any previously existing character.
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