5) *Tie* Both Alpha 5 and Billy were annoying.
4) The dialogue feels clunky. Like a person who's now starting out in writing a screenplay wrote this. However the inedible acting in this actually manages to kinda mask it. These people, to my surprise, can act it's just a shame that they had to be stuck with such dialog.
3) The visuals. Now if you know me from rangercrew, I initially wrote of the movie as coping everything else aka the Dragon Ball Evolution factor. And honestly who could blame me at the time. The Snyder filters that dull the colour of something that has multi coloured super heroes, the Michael Bay angles, the ugly aesthetics that makes the suits look like bulky Iron Man rejects, the Batman helmets, only two helmets reflecting the nature of their specific dino powers, the zords looking like exo-skeletons, the spiderzord, Zordon's Man Of Steel spaceship, Poison Ivy Rita, poor cg. etc. It seems as though Lionsgate or Saban or Bandai really pushed hard to copy everything else in therms of the visuals and were also cheap with the CG. It actually feels out of place within this story. One minute you're getting something new and interesting only to be seeing a poor reject next. Maybe that's why they had little of the ranger stuff in this movie at all.
2) Kanye West. There are rappers who can sing and those who can't, this guy can't. He always sounds like he's lazily reading a script every time he raps. It ruined the epicness of the fight.
1) Krispy Cream. I don't even need to explain why this is No1. Guys just buy some Dunkin Doughnuts and go and eat it in a Krispy Cream while wearing a PR 2017 movie T-shirt.
5) The Music. (Aside from Kanye of Course) It's refreshing to see a new movie with many rock and roll and metal tracks in it. The Orchestra music was incredible too. And, you know, 1995 movie song was used again.
4) The essence of most of the characters are there. The only one that has the most changes is Trini, but that's because original Trini was a bland, rarely developed character. Also as a Metalhead myself I'm glad she's brutal.
3) The Acting. Again they powned me with how good they can act.
2) Seeing the ranger's home life. Similar to the Boom Studios reboot, we actually get to see the rangers parents. Too bad it's limited, but hey they exist.
1) The time it took to develop these characters. Honestly everytime they do this "we're a bunch of unknowns coming together as a team" thing in Hollywood, it's underdeveloped. I like that most of the time was given to character's development. They still didn't trust one another when getting the coins, they still had issued being a team. We saw them train and a little bit of them coming close happened as the movie progressed. This is how you make something realistic. When doing so you learn a little about who the characters are and when they become close together in the end it's fully understandable.
As it stands right now, it's not as bad as DBE or Gem or Ghostbusters but not as good as Transformers or the MCU. With that being said I give this movie a 2.8 (that's right 8) Stars out of 5 in my book. Honestly I was ready to give this movie a 3/5 if it wasn't for the Kanye thing. The Boom Studios reboot is still better in my opinion. And even though the movie visually copied everything else, I do apologize for assuming everything was gonna be like that. The movie is OK in my opinion. If a sequel were to happen, they seriously need to fix those problems, then it'll be amazing.