The final act of Power Rangers is everything you could want from a Power Rangers movie. It's fun, funny, action-packed, and filled with so many Zords and monsters that you'll actually feel like you're watching a big-budget update of the popular kids' franchise. The problem is that the 90 minutes preceding it wants as little to do with the Power Rangers as possible.
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It turns out that when Power Rangers made it to test audiences, no one liked the kiss between Kimberly (Naomi Scott) and Jason (Dacre Montgomery). And it wasn't a bunch of nostalgia-driven fans pissed off because obviously Kimberly should only ever be paired with Tommy, who isn't even in this movie.
Power Rangers is the movie director Dean Israelite wanted to make. Whether you love the finished product or hate it, the director had a vision and he stuck to it. And when we asked him about his reasons for going certain directions with the movie, Israelite had an explanation for every decision he made -- and he still stands by them.