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Here's Where You Can Stream 2017's Power Rangers Movie Online

Originally adapted from the "Super Sentai" Japanese series, it's now been 30 years since "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" first depicted the titular teen heroes. The recent 2017 film, simply called "Power Rangers," is only the third entry in the franchise, but it resets the story for the 21st century.

The blockbuster features five teens with little in common until they discover the Power Coins, as well as a dormant spaceship carrying former Red Ranger Zordon's (Bryan Cranston) consciousness. Zordon convinces them to use their newfound superhero status to fight Rita Repulsa (Elizabeth Banks) and save the world from doom.

The $100 million budget reboot of the Saban series was not a success. "Power Rangers" received mixed reviews and a poor box office, with director Dean Israelite blaming a PG-13 rating on the disappointment. Luckily, the movie is streaming on Prime and Tubi for those who still want to give it a chance. 

You can watch Power Rangers on multiple platforms

On top of this film, there's already a Netflix anniversary special coming this spring with "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Once and Always," but the movie itself is not on Netflix. As of March 2023, the 2017 "Power Rangers" film is streaming on Tubi for free with ads. Fans can also watch it on the Amazon Prime platform as long as they have a subscription to the service. 

"Power Rangers" is also available for rental and digital download on a number of platforms. For those who do not have a Prime subscription, viewers can rent the film on Amazon in HD for $3.99, or they can purchase their own HD copy for $12.99. Viewers can also purchase the movie on Amazon in standard definition for $9.99. 

AMC On Demand, iTunes, Google Play, Vudu, the Microsoft Store, and Redbox are also offering the same deal to viewers. Of course, the superhero film is also available to purchase through physical formats like DVD and Blu-Ray.