The Power Rangers: Human and touching superheroes, our critic

Cinema 5 April, 2017

It is today that leaves in the dark rooms the reboot of the Power Rangers, discover our critic.
The superheroes are in all the dark rooms and meet us about every 3 months. Between a Doctor Strange last November and a Guardians of the Galaxy at the end of the month, the Power Rangers await us at the cinema for a reboot of the cult series of the 90s . Young high school students who are a little bit lost in life and have to bear the consequences of their bad choices end up with powers in their hands and a most important mission: to save their little town from the evil Rita Repulsa played by Elizabeth Banks. Unknown they will have to form a united team to be able to act and their journey will not be simple.
In The Power Rangers we find touching characters that can be identified without problems, very human. We appreciate the proximity between these superheroes and the spectators because before the transformation, they could be our friends, our sister, our worst enemy of the high school … We are far from the arrogance of a Tony Stark or The assurance of a Thor, one finds heroes to hang on without really making efforts and one wants to follow in this story where nothing is acquired . Even if one suspects that the wind will turn in their favor, one crosses with them periods of doubts and one likes to see people who resemble us. We find a really cool cast with Dacre Montgomery, RJ Cyler, Naomi Scott, and Becky G, Bryan Cranston and Elizabeth Banks, all of whom work in a production that pays tribute to the original series while benefiting from today’s means . Really cool !