Recently took the previous cut of this edit to the discord server on SDN Editions…and got some great feedback, including one or two creative suggestions that made me completely re-evaluate what I’d done. One criticism is that the plot seemed ‘all over the place’ (difficult to achieve with jarringly different footage), so I took their suggestions and have put together a new cut. Parts where JDF isn’t available to use I substituted with the guy who played him on Power/Rangers so there is not much consistency with actor continuity during the middle, but I hope that won’t prove a base breaker. Should have the edit up soon. I’ll leave the original up so people can contrast and compare and decide which cut is better.
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As I continue to edit various Power Rangers episodes, the one I’ve been most pleased so far with is the one I’ve done for “Forever Red” the 10th anniversary story from 2002. I’ve repurposed it so it now serves not just as a finale to Power Rangers Wild Force (in place of the “Tnd of the Power Rangers” two-parter) but also a prequel to 2009’s Power Rangers RPM, which at the time was intended to be the last season.
- Added “Previously On…” montage depicting Master Org’s ultimate defeat
- Added Cole saying goodbye to Red Lion
- Forever Red plays as normal
- Added scenes of Cole making peace with his parents’ memory as well as Victor Adlers’ as well Allisa telling the class of what happened to the Rangers afterwards, all taken from “The End of the Power Rangers Part Two”. The scenes where they give up their growl phones and powers has been removed to give you the hope they will eventually return to active Ranger duty.
- Special epilogue created for the ending using footage and audio from the RPM title sequence and the episode “Road to Corinth”
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A reworking of a previous edit I did. This collects several of the more controversial Power Rangers fanfilms such as MMPR and Power/Rangers, and combines them with Bat In The Sun’s Street Fighter Special and the Shattered Grid trailer to create a 18 or so minute ‘proof-of-concept’ presentation of a more grown up take on the programme.
Unlike the previous version, this one tries to stick to the right aspect ratios, although I still came up short a bit with some MMPR footage mid-way through the episode. Ah well.