Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie

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A giant egg is unearthed at a construction site and soon opened, releasing the terrible Ivan Ooze, who wreaks vengeance on Zordon for imprisoning him millennia ago. With Zordon dying and their powers lost, the Rangers head to a distant planet to find the mystic warrior Dulcea.


  • Karan Ashley
  • Johnny Yong Bosch
  • Steve Cardenas
  • Jason David Frank
  • Amy Jo Johnson
  • David Yost
  • Paul Schrier
  • Jason Narvy
  • Paul Freeman
  • Gabrielle Fitzpatrick

Did You Know?


  • At first, Walter Jones, Thuy Trang, and Austin St. John, who played the original Black, Yellow, and Red Power Rangers, respectively, were set to star in the movie. They were let go due to their contract dispute with the TV show. Austin reprised his role of Jason in Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie (1997).
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  • Although clearly done for humorous purposes, when Ivan Ooze is about to destroy the Command Center, he laments over missing the Black Plague, Spanish Inquisition, and Brady Bunch Reunion, because he was trapped for 6,000 years. However, he had only just mentioned he'd been "10 minutes out of the egg." He couldn't have learned about these things in such a short time after his release.
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    • Billy Cranston: You know the funny thing about morphin'? You don't appreciate it till you can't do it anymore!
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The Hornitor and Scorpitron vs. Ninja Falcon Megazord matchup, produced with a snazzy mix of models and computer animation, deftly evokes the spirit of good ol' Godzilla movies and Japanese cartoons. It'll have you standing in your seat yelling, Go! Go! Power Rangers! Or, at the very least, keep you from dozing off. [30 June 1995, p.05]

Metacritic review by Steven Rea
Steven Rea
Philadelphia Inquirer

The special effects are surprisingly good. And the too-numerous fight scenes have a certain flavor, since Ivan's henchmen always explode in ooze when they are destroyed, which brings out the eeewww in the audience.

Metacritic review by John Petrakis
John Petrakis
Chicago Tribune

Kids who like the TV episodes will find more of the same here, and larger. [30 June 1995, p.53]

Metacritic review by Jay Carr
Jay Carr
Boston Globe