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Sep 23, 2007 | 12:09 AM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place September 24, 2007

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Here it is, the last installment to the Go! Go! Parody Rangers trilogy: RANGERS. IN. SPAAAAACE.

This one is without a doubt the most impressive looking. I used just about everything I know about flash animation in the process of this movie, and even used the Adobe CS3 version of the program. However, as far as the content itself goes, I have a feeling this one may not connect with everyone. I'd like to put it as "the episode that has a little something for everybody", but many may not agree. I know a large majority of "old school" Power Rangers fans didn't even watch past Zeo, and admittedly, I haven't seen a whole lot of the "in Space" series either. However, just as I used all of my flash knowledge, I used just about everything I know about the Power Rangers series in general. But know that the humor in the movie isn't limited to just being about the Rangers, even more so than the previous installments.

I'm very thankful for my voice cast, which contains quite a few cameos by proffessionals from different anime dubbing studios around the country. I won't say who's who, you'll figure it out, and some are more obvious than others. I'm also thankful to my audio engineers who helped me out through recording said voice actors. That, and my co-writers and anyone who contributed to coming up with the billion jokes that ended up in this delicious monstrosity of mine. That, and a last minute special thanks to Alvin-Earthworm of Super Mario Bros. Z fame for helping me out with actionscripting. Thanks to him, not only is this movie not being split into two parts, but you also have a scene select and a WORKING replay button. YAY.

Last thing of notice: If this does well enough, and if I have enough time, I MAY be doing a full-length Parody Rangers version of the original Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers movie, featuring Ivan Ooze. My next upcoming flash movie is going to be a spoof on a bunch of different Nintendo series. Look forward to that.




Rated 1.5 / 5 stars


Okay, it was cute and all, but WTF? There was very little point to this, and I can't say I got the "inside jokes" for PR fans. Sorry, just didn't enjoy it. Not my bag, I guess. At least the sound was decent, but quality of scripting and animation killed it.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars


Not very funny... And I loved the first two. I don't know maybe it's me, blown a funny fuse or something.


Rated 1 / 5 stars

this doesnt deserve such a good score

no offence to whoever made this, but i disliked your series, and i cant watch a single episode till the end, i expected better from something in 4th place, i honestly did, a couple parts made me smile but thats it, i couldnt watch the whole thing, i got annoyed by it, the charicters who bothered me the most would be the big guy who acts like he's on some pretty serious halucinogens, the guy who acts like a gay drama queen ( not to be offensive to homosexuals, if anyone took offence then sorry) and the guy whos mouth is always in front of his hair. sorry, i just didnt like it, the least i can say is good job on the hi score....


Rated 1 / 5 stars

Weren't you supposed to make of the power rangers?

I found your last installment of the series very dissapointing, I liked the last 2 episodes, but you ruined the ending.

Humor- 2/10 Isn't this flash supposedly about the power rangers? why the hell did you put so many references to unrelated things. I mean they didn't affect anything in the flash, at least Vector destroyed the world. If the jokes weren't about Spongebob or evangelion, it was about piss or boners.

Voice acting- 5/10 I liked the quality of the acting, soime of the voices were annoying or I couldn't understand what they were saying.

Graphics- 5/10 Nothing to special, average graphics.

Animations- 5/10 Not a whole bunch of animations, since charcters were mostly talking and referencing unrelated things.

Reccomendations: Work on the humor, random references don't make a flash. Make the characters move more.


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars