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  • POWER/RANGERS - Fan film from the Executive Producer Of DREDD

    Check out this amazing Power Rangers fan-film from Adi Shankar, the Executive Producer Of DREDD. Directed by Joseph Khan. Starring Katee Sackhoff and James Van Der Beek.



    https://vimeo.com/120550657
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    It's a satire, BTW: http://www.ign.com/articles/2015/02/...ark-and-gritty

    (Before someone complains: A satire doesn't have to make you laugh. Its purpose, first and foremost, is to showcase a problem)
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    • #3
      Originally posted by D.M. View Post
      It's a satire, BTW: http://www.ign.com/articles/2015/02/...ark-and-gritty

      (Before someone complains: A satire doesn't have to make you laugh. Its purpose, first and foremost, is to showcase a problem)
      Mmmm... I think they are calling it a "satire" to avoid getting sued... lol. There is plenty to satirize with the Power Rangers (and they do call into question the unspoken child soldier aspect of the show), but you can tell that they made this because they were fans of the show.

      For a more "adult" take on Power Rangers I think that was pretty cool. Even though it was a "fan film", you can tell it was Hollywood professionals who made it. The same team worked on the Punisher short film "Dirty Laundry", which felt like a Marvel one-shot short.
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      • #4
        If you have not watched his take on VENOM, watch it on VIMEO, or Punisher, you are seriously missing out.

        If you can get me to watch the Power Rangers, you have talent. This guy has talent.
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        • #5
          Honestly I never liked Power Rangers, it was slightly past my time and considering and it's my honest opinion it's a successful American knockoff, I had no interest with the poorly spliced editing. THIS THOUGH made me interested and like this! Although I know true diehard fans are in arms about this, I understand they feel this is more a family friendly product than the dark gritty deal we got with this fan-film.

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