YMMV / Seijuu Sentai Gingaman
Awesome Music: The... whole soundtrack, actually. Seijuu Sentai Gingaman, though, is Shimon Masato briefly coming out of retirement.
Base-Breaking Character: Shelinda. Those who hate her because she is just shallow villainess with nothing more than rivalry with Ginga Green and for pure Fanservice. Those who love her because she is badass villainess with awesome attitude, her death scene is not Tear Jerker but Crowning Moment of Awesome and of course, Fanservice.
Best Known for the Fanservice: The season is sometimes known for its most stripperiffic villainess in the entire franchise.
Bizarro Episode: Episode 21. Among other things, it involves the Gingaman drawing markers on Gōki's face when he falls asleep and Hayate shoving a tomato down his trunks to avoid eating it.
"Gan gan gin gin gingaman..." Evil Is Sexy: Shelinda, naturally.
Hilarious in Hindsight: We've got five heroes not from around here, protecting Earth with their big giant head mentor and a Team Pet of sorts, while seeking refuge with a father and son in their home... are we talking about Gingaman or ?
Tensou Sentai Goseiger Moral Event Horizon: Captain Zahab crossed it before the story began when he killed the original Black Knight's brother and destroyed the planet Taurus.
So Okay, It's Average: Generally considered this among American viewers, to the point where they considered its Power Rangers adaptation to be superior.
Special Effects Failure: The iceberg in episode 28 is obviously made of plastic. You can see it bend when Yuuta hits it.
Uncanny Valley: The Seijuu are this trope at its finest. Gingaleon and Gingarhinus look like they don't even have skin, leaving out muscles exposed. Gingarilla looks like a freaking golem and Gingat is just plain creepy to look at. Their mecha form is easier on the eyes.
Vindicated by History: While it was initially seen as So Okay It's Average, as fans became more aware of the flaws of its American adaptation, people warmed up to this series more. The fact that the head writer went on to write some of the more beloved Tokusatsu series probably helps a bit.
Woolseyism: In Millionfold Curiosity's subs, Barba-X's name is changed into the more natural-sounding Barban Extract.