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Power Rangers RPM: Race For Corinth :: DVD Review

Power Rangers RPM: Race For Corinth :: DVD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Sep 09, 2009
( Rating: 2 Star Rating)

Get ready for pure racing excitement as the Power Rangers rev up the action against an evil army of mechanized Grinders.

Get ready for pure racing excitement as the Power Rangers rev up the action against an evil army of mechanized Grinders. Watch as Dr K’s elite team of teen heroes face the sinister Venjix Computer Network, which wants to take over the world’s communication and defense systems.


The Story Behind The Story

Since 1993 Power Rangers – a sentai series (sentai means task force, typically given to Japan’s yearly shows featuring a superhero group) from Japan – has been holding its own in North America and Europe. Now in its 17th year the series Power Rangers RPM appears on ABC Kids.


The Story

Power Rangers RPM takes place three years after a computer virus called Venjix took over every computer on Earth and an army of robot droids was created to destroy humanity. The only chance for human survival is to live in a domed city known as Corinth, which is protected by a force field.


Humans who have traveled long and far to get to Corinth find themselves being helped out by the Power Rangers, who take on monsters that wait around the city to attack any incoming people. In order to let the humans in, the force field of Corinth has to be lowered, so the Power Rangers must always be ready to fight and protect the last safe haven for humanity.


Who Are The Power Rangers?

The Power Rangers RPM consist of:

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Scott Truman (Red Ranger): A former pilot of the Air Force Eagle Squadron, he must learn to lead the team and also deal with the military’s colonel, his father Mason Truman.

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Flynn McAllistair (Blue Ranger): The Scottish who always has dreamed of being a superhero. Learned his knowledge of mechanics from his father.

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Summer Landsdown (Yellow Ranger): A former rich and spoiled heiress, she knows how to fight and become a team member.

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Ziggy Grover (Green Ranger): A former member of Fresno Bob’s criminal organization, he is like a modern day Robin Hood. With the exception that he is rather clumsy, can’t really fight and is all talk.

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Dillon (Black Ranger): Not much is known about Dillon. He has no recollection of his past at all.

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