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Clash of the Red Rangers (Power Rangers (Super) Samurai)

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These red rangers should have just clashed.

Clash of the Red Rangers - The Movie is a two part special of Power Rangers Samurai. The movie focuses on the Team Up between the Samurai Rangers and Ranger Operator Series Red of Power Rangers RPM. The episode uses footage from the Super Sentai movies, Samurai Sentai Shinkenger The Movie: The Fateful War and Shinkenger vs. Go-Onger: Ginmaku Bang!!.

Why It Will Not Work Together

  1. The narrator talking about how robots are threatening humanity and the earth is just cliché.
  2. Scott Truman is the only RPM Ranger to appear in the team-up, only in morph form and He never show his identity. Where's all the RPM rangers?
  3. Speaking of Scott, he was somewhat flanderized in this crossover, where in the original series he is portrayed as a serious, cool and sarcastic person however in this crossover he's an immature, reckless and cocky person with a teenager like attitude.
  4. Overuse of Super Sentai Footage.
  5. Antonio does not sound like Steven Skyler since he was unavailable. The voice was done by Jeremy Birchall giving a butchered Latino accent.
  6. Very unfaithful of both films it is based on.
  7. The Samurai Rangers except for Jayden get to visit the RPM-verse, The infamous and cheesiest line was "Your team says 'Hi.'"
  8. It was aired between the original batch of episodes and Super Samurai, earlier than its intended place in the story with several power-ups and characters appearing out of nowhere.

The Only Redeeming Quality

  1. Some Power Rangers fans will might enjoy this.

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