Power Rangers Mystic Force

2006 TV-Y7-FV 1 season

Power Rangers Mystic Force

2006 TV-Y7-FV 1 season
  • Overview
  • Seasons
  • Details
When the wicked Undead Army from the Great Battle of Good vs. Evil is unleashed, mighty sorceress Udonna guides the destinies of five teenagers -- the Mystic Force Power Rangers -- to take up the ancient battle to save mankind.
Firass Dirani, Angie Diaz, Richard Brancatisano, Melanie Vallejo, Nic Sampson, John Tui, Peta Rutter, Antonia Prebble, Barnie Duncan, Kelson Henderson, Donogh Rees, Geoff Dolan, Holly Shanahan
  • SEASON  1&2

Summary of Season 1&2 (2006) - 2 discs

Five young sorcerers must save the planet from evil in this addition to the Power Rangers series. When a dark force comes to power, five teens learn they've inherited the skills of their mystical ancestors and must work together to battle the enemy. Aided by a wise sage and an ancient guidebook, the quintet embarks on the adventure of a lifetime that finds them battling monsters and encountering helpful dragons.
Full Screen 1.33:1
English: Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo
TV-Y7-FV -
age 7+
Common Sense rating OK for kids 7+
age 7+

Common Sense Note

Parents need to know that this show relies heavily on martial arts fight scenes for its success, as the plot has very little substance to offer kids. Fantasy violence includes punching, kicking, sword battles, and firepower, none of which has serious consequences. The Power Rangers are heavily marketed to the 5+ set, but they're better suited for kids a year or two older. Little kids may find some of the monstrous villains scary, and occasionally a Ranger turns into a vampire or similarly frightening being. Lessons on friendship and teamwork are muddled in the midst of the show's suffocating violence.

Sexual Content

Not applicable.


Fantasy hand-to-hand violence is central to the show, and swords and gun-like objects are used. There's no blood, but consequences are likewise lacking.


Not applicable

Social Behavior

The group relies on teamwork and exhibits respect for each other, but violence always seems to be the answer to any dilemma. The Rangers are moderately diverse -- two of the five are Latina females.


Rangers use cell phones to access their morphing power and to cast specialized spells. The show itself is a marketing tool for action figures and other toys.

Drugs / Tobacco / Alcohol

Not applicable

  • Age appropriate
  • Not an issue
  • Depends on your child and your family
  • Parents strongly cautioned
  • Not appropriate for kids of the age

This information for parents is provided by Common Sense Media, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving kids' media lives.

How it works

  • 1

    Create your list

    Browse from thousands of movies and shows.

  • 2

    Free delivery

    We send out your disc the next business day.

  • 3

    Watch and repeat

    Free returns, plus no due dates or late fees.

Unlimited movies sent to your door, starting at $9.99 a month.