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Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie (1997)
Michael A. Novelli
on Thursday, January 17, 2013
From out of Mendo's misspent youth comes this review of the second (more fanservice-y) Power Rangers film, Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie! And Mendo hopes you bloody well appreciate it, because just thinking about Power Rangers Turbo gives him hives! I mean, seriously, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie was bad enough, but now the Power Rangers are fighting evil with cars? It just doesn't add up, man! Featuring cameos from the Cinema Slob, the Film Renegado, Sofie Liv, Full of Questions, Irreverent Edutainment's Demoversi, and the HENSHINCast's Danny Boy!
Pink Lady... and Jeff “Episode #3”
“Jeff compliments them on being so talented, which leads to, you guessed it, Mie sucking up and Kei being a bitch. Still, her English has improved tremendously since last week. She may actually know what she’s saying now. Jury’s still out on the other one, though.”Pink Lady... and Jeff “Episode #5”
“Honestly, I think Jeff Altman might have been the only person left who still thought this show was a good idea.”Bonekickers
“The show had, shall we say, a less than stellar relationship with the world history it was attempting to depict. Though, that may have had less to do with the writers and more to do with having to somehow squeeze so much historical skullduggery into the backstory of Bath, a former Roman settlement in Somerset located just off the highway between the exits for Fuck and All.”POWER/RANGERS (2015) fan film shows why grim-dark is grim-dumb
“All I can think is, ‘A lot of people out there actually, unironically want this,’ and the thought just depresses me.”Heaven is for Real is really dumb
“If there’s one quality that entertainment for Christians shares with video games made for pre-teen girls, it’s the idea that conflict is a dirty word.”An Interview with Lloyd Kaufman, President of Troma Entertainment
“Yes sir, Lloyd’s come a long way from his days as a location executive, to the head of the longest running independent movie company in America. Troma’s movies cover almost every subject matter, with lots of sex and violence thrown in, all for budgets that wouldn’t buy lunch in most studios.”
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