Saturday, June 5, 2010

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers 2010 - Green With Evil Part 5 (IN 3-D!!!) Review

This will be the final MMPR reversion I will be reviewing because I wanted to finish the Green With Evil and I figure what's the point since it has been canceled. Most likely the show will end in September when ABC gets new programming.

In this episode, the Rangers are shocked about Tommy being the dude that's been trying to kill them. So what do they do? Go out and seek him! Kimberly is brave enough to face him and plead to him that they could save him. Rita releases the Dragonzord from the sea and all the Rangers can do without the zords is look around. Alpha manages to bring Zordon back and bring the Zords back. The zords fight Dragonzord and put it in submission. Jason fights Tommy and manages to destroy the Sword of Darkness, or how Zack puts it... "Power Sword."

The reversion decided to put red and blue lines around some still shots, looking like it is meant to be in 3-D but it goes so quickly that what is the point of putting on 3-D glasses? So most likely it's just a similar looking effect but no really 3-D. As for the original episode, there is a lot of mistakes. Zack calls the Sword of Darkness the Power Sword. When the news shows Goldar attacking on TV, they show Rita in her palace, how they got a camera over there? Also, the infamous "No way!" from someone who is meant to be Tommy but sounds nothing like him. How I used to take this was that it was a voiceover device Tommy put on the Dragonzord. The revisionists didn't even fix it. They could have replace the sound with Dragonzord roars.


Mark said...

I don't know if they tried to hard or didn't try enough, but this revision needs to be burried with the E.T. games and Flubber toys.

sdp said...

You might as well finish the remaining episodes to archive the differentces. Plus it'll be slow on news for awhile anyway.

Lavender Ranger said...

sdp, I might not have the time. I'll try to squeeze it in but most likely not. I will be shooting nights mostly for my fan film.