YMMV / Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle
Ending Fatigue: One can easily feel this during the part of the movie where the Gokaiger and Goseigers fight the army of ranger key clones. Each battle takes 5-10 minutes and is paced like it's the final one when there's another one right after it until the end of the scene. Gokiager has good action on the whole, and the director and stunt coordinators make excellent use of the stuntmen hired, but this doesn't stop each fight from making you feel like you need a break in between each one.
Hilarious in Hindsight: The Gokaigers and Goseigers spend the first third of the film fighting each other and the next third trying to get along, including a scene with Luka and Moune realizing that they're of the same mind. Three years after the film premieres, the Gokaigers will share their Power Ranger counterparts with the Goseigers, with no color changes except for Jake sharing with Agri and Don. And the Megaforce Rangers don't have the mental anguish/self-doubt to make this Hilarious in Hindsight in that respect as well.
In an episode of Gokaiger, Gai complained about not being present for the movie. Looking at behind the scene pictures and the first trailer, Super Megaforce will semi-correct that (several shots show "GokaiSilver" with the "Goseigers".
Narm Charm: In the final battle, a lot of stock footage is used, and their age is very apparent. Then again, the fact that this old stock footage can go as far back as 1979, is played over the opening theme song of Gorenger, and has a lot of emotional buildup to it serves as a heartwarming reminder of how lasting and enduring the Super Sentai franchise is. It really is a testament to how many generations' hearts have been touched by these heroes.