Mighty Morphin synopis:
"Long ago, Zordon sealed the evil Rita Repulsa away in a space dumpster on a passing asteroid, but some careless astronauts accidentally free her. Taking up residence on the moon, she declares war on planet Earth. Unable to fight her himself due to being trapped in a time warp, he asks his assistant, Alpha 5, to summon five "teenagers with attitude" in order to stop Rita. He gives them the Power Coins, allowing them to morph into superheroes and proceed to teach lessons of many kinds."
"In an alternate present to the main Rangerverse, the Venjix computer virus has taken over nearly all of Earth's technological systems and built robotic forces to subjugate mankind. Humanity's last stronghold is the domed city of Corinth, as well as its own elite team of Ranger Series Operators that take down whatever raids make it through the shield. But Venjix technology is growing at an exponential rate, and without more forces even the Rangers may not be able to hold on for much longer..."
Clip from 1993 in which the Power Rangers take on three opponents at the same time:
I also can't help but feel that by choosing to 're-imagine' this first incarnation of Power Rangers, that that's just what Saban and Lionsgate are doing. Now if they decided to do like an origin story of Zordon or make a movie with a completely new set of Rangers, new story in movie format, then this article wouldn't exist as there wouldn't be a problem. All I know is that this lack of originality Hollywood seems to possess by rebooting and re-imagining old ideas is really starting to piss me off - especially when they pick on characters that I looked up to when I was a kid.
Every Power Ranger Opening up to Super Megaforce: