So, as you might have heard, there's going to be a new Power Rangers movie. It was announced not long ago that Elizabeth Banks would be playing the beloved 90s franchise's iconic villain, Rita Repulsa. A photo of her in costume was recently released in Entertainment Magazine showing the redesign for everyone's favorite space dumpster dwelling witchy woman. It's certainly... different. People have been quick to point out that the green costume probably hints at her involvement with the origin of the Green Ranger, which was an important part of the original show and presumably in this movie as well. I'm not sure how I feel about this new take on the Power Rangers. It seems doubtful that a series that was so quintessentially nineties in every way will translate well into a modern story. Most of what made the TV show such a hit back then would be way to cheesy and unbelievable for audiences nowadays, even kids that are the same age as the original demographic. Of course it could be a radically different and updated take on the characters, but by changing things too much they risk losing the spirit of the franchise and alienating the people who would watch it for nostalgia's sake. Whether you're a nineties kid or not, what are your thoughts on this movie? Will it be any good, or just a complete mess trying to cash in on the trend of rebooting and repackaging old properties?