Power Rangers feels a bit like a bride preparing for her wedding day: grab something old, something new, borrowed, and blue, and you're set for smooth sailing. With a premise taken from the era of too-thin eyebrows and hair scrunchies, the flick had its old and borrowed, found its new in its cast and storyline, and was effortlessly gifted the Blue Ranger (RJ Cyler). But where things get trickier, and where a hidden reference rests, is in a "not-quite-old-but-not-new-either" piece of the rookie Rangers' suits. Take a longer look at their helmets and you'll find that they're not just badass, they're also based on the ones from the 2003 Power Rangers series offshoot Power Rangers Ninja Storm. From the opening that exposes the central facial region but squares off the forehead, jaw, and chin to the way the helmets' visors open, the bones of both years' headgear are exactly alike. This aesthetic Easter egg is expertly subtle but oh-so sweet when you finally notice it.