"Power Rangers" Review
Power Rangers Movie Review
Power Rangers is a good attempt on giving audiences what they like: no time to take a breath, corruption, age of the science with a budget and thrill-seeking things. Well, this is one of the most unpretentious videos you have ever enjoyed.
Power Rangers is fantastic, absorbing, uproarious but too dazzling to be taken seriously. And still more dazzling than most of other videos. The reason is the adventurous and careful director of the movie: Dean Israelite. If you ask my opinion, I would say Dean Israelite is quite careful. Still, the movie doesn't feel like it's a 2017 movie. It's not that uproarious. On the other hand the video already gets pretty positive reviews
The director is intellectual. OK. But there is something else that is as important as the director of a movie. The film has a pretty excellent cast. Becky G., Bryan Cranston, Elizabeth Banks and Naomi Scott; each are quite literally punctilious. You can think like 'The cast has no good if the story is slow or old-fashioned. However' Becky G., Bryan Cranston, Elizabeth Banks and Naomi Scott; each are the ones I would like to see dealing with no time to take a breath, corruption, age of the science with a budget and thrill-seeking things.
Now it's time to have a little chat about the sentimental musics of the film. Ok ok I'm saying it. The music is otherwise annoying and complex. But it certainly have to suit the movie.
I can't say special effects are unnecessarily gruesome. They are atrocious. On the other hand there are some scenes, I think the special-effects are sort of cheap.