Second (Third?) Growth Forest, Denman Island, British Columbia, 2016.
Easily accessible from Georgia Strait (Salish Sea), Denman was an early site for clear cut logging in coastal BC. The small size of the present trees suggest it was subsequently logged again, probably sometime after 1950.
-Nice quality wig (protect your identity!)
- Moisturizing conditioner
-Protein Recontructor (use every six weeks)
-Sealant (oil, shea butter, ect)
-Comb set (check to make sure they have no seams)
On August 28, 1993, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers premiered on Fox Kids. I was eight years old and whether or not I was the intended demographic for the show, I was instantly hooked.
It all started with five teenagers with attitudes summoned by Zordon to
defend the world against evil forces led by intergalactic baddie Rita
Repulsa. Jason Lee Scott (Austin St. John), Kimberly Ann Hart (Amy Jo
Johnson), William “Billy” Cranston (David Yost), Trini Kwan (Thuy Trang)
and Zack Taylor (Walter Jones) called on the power of the ancient
dinosaurs and became a team of superheroes called the Power Rangers and the world was never the same.
Nearly twenty-five years later, those of us who became acquainted with the Power Rangers discovered there would be a reboot of the franchise in the form of a gritty re-imagining of the original team. While initially thrilled about the idea of seeing my childhood superheroes on the big screen, a part of me wondered just how loyal this new film would be to the original source material. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers was a totally kick-ass TV show but even the most die-hard fan has to admit there were some problematic elements in regards to the original series, many I will address later on in this recap.
On March 31, 2017 a couple of friends and I went to our local theater and saw the new film, Power Rangers. One of my friends admitted he was not even born when the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers first debuted and my other friend announced he would have been too old to watch such a show despite only being four/five older years than me. I expected them both to hate it and even braced myself for disappointment of epic proportions. The three of us exited the theater two and a half hours later each raving about how amazing the film was.
Below, I will list seven thoughts I have in regards to the film. For
those who have not seen the Power Rangers, there will be spoilers in this post. You have been warned…
Greg: So many people expected Jim to kiss Jan in this scene.
Jenna: I know!
Melora: I know. They did.
Jenna: You guys must have some chemistry.
Rainn: Everybody has chemistry with John Krasinski.
David Denman: How can you not?!