Honestly, the '95 movie is fine, in my opinion, even sans nostalgia goggles. It was a big budget "Power Rangers" movie, based on a fairly cheap TV show largely made up of spliced footage from a Japanese series no one outside of Asia knew about, largely for the purpose of selling toys. It is what it is, and what it is is what it was supposed to be. It's not as if they attempted to make some 'dark n' gritty' departure from the show. It's a mid-90s kids action flick; what exactly was it supposed to be like? One thing I've been thinking about recently, coincidentally enough: although I actually liked Rocky, Aisha, and Adam, it's a damn shame that the original line up weren't still there when they did the movie. It just would've been so right to have Jason, Zack, and Trini immortalised as THE Power Rangers in the big screen version. Because no matter how many seasons, line ups, and themes come and go, the original Mighty Morphin' team will forever be iconic. The scene where they're getting their asses kicked by Ivan's minions at the dig site and finally morph is still such a fucking moment, with the theme song blasting and the Rangers slo-mo flipping into their fighting poses. Whereas the morph scene in the reboot had all the excitement of a Colbie Caillat song.