Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Power Rangers Ninja Storm - Prelude To A Storm|
Actors: Peter Rowley, Bruce Hopkins, Pua Magasiva, Sally Martin, Glenn McMillan
Directors: Koichi Sakamoto, Paul Grinder, Andrew Merrifield, Mark Beesley, Britta Johnstone
Genres: Action & Adventure, Kids & Family, Television, Mystery & Suspense
Ninja Storm is adrenaline-rushing, edge-of-your-seat Power Rangers action! Shane, Tori, and Dustin, three misfit Ninja students, have been endowed with the powers of the legendary Super Megazords! Earth's greatest protecto... more »
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Prelude to a Storm
tj larsen | Mesa, Az United States | 06/05/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have Five children from 3 to 14 years old and they all love the Power Rangers series. Each of them have their favorites from all the different series over the last 11 years, but I happen to like this newest DVD the best. They have gone back to the lighter storylines that made the show a hit with the younger kids years ago, but at the same time have much wittier dialogue, good plotlines, and extremely better special effects than ever before, making it a show my teenagers appreciate. I know I do, especially since I have to watch these with my kids. I find this new show very funny and innovative, making it very enjoyable to watch. If your family likes neat action, good comedy, and fun characters, I would highly recommend this DVD."
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Simslayer | 06/08/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I like this season. Its certainly better than the last few seasons, which were overly childish and hokey. This season is using more realistic ponits of view, with characters that aren't "model citizens" (ex: them getting caught breaking cerfew, consistent tardyness, etc.) Also, this season is great, not only for the beautiful Blue Ranger, & the possible net porn reference (eps after tsunami cycles are introduced), but also for the parallels it draws to the first 3 seasons. For instance, its using ninja powers like season 3, and thunder powers like season 2, as well as many other similar lines. However, the show is still close to its younger fan-base, and makes sure to keep the young and young at heart entertained. Ninja Storm has also maintained a level of graphics that previous seasons has failed. Since this season is produced by Village Roadshow (same as the Matrix), and is in New Zealand, it has used great cgi and graphics to entertain."