The Crow (1994)

R   |    |  Action, Drama, Fantasy


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A man brutally murdered comes back to life as an undead avenger of his and his fiancée's murder.

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21 June 2005 | yusandra79
10
| The only thing...
The only thing i can say is that when i left the movie theater then i had no comment to give... This movie got to me deep! I was 14 and now i am 25,and still i remember it so well and i still watch it sometimes.. Brandon Lee did a great job as an actor like everyone else, but the story about his death is totally insane, which made me worship the movie even more. What an irony. I like the movie cause it's dark, but also lighted up with true emotions..there is action, horror, love, even poetry for god sake! I have never seen so many genre's in one movie. Anyway for me it has been one of the best movies i have ever watched. And one more comment, lots of of other movies got ideas from The Crow, meaning the setting, the action, music, whatever it is the crow was their start up. I am not going to name them, Crow fans probably know what i am talking about.. My favorite quote: "Can't rain all the time" By the way the soundtrack's are awesome, The Cure's best song ever made is in it! P.S. The Crow II and III sucked, i hated it. They just ruined the conception of the first one.. totally..

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James O'Barr constantly listened to the songs of Joy Division and The Cure while shaping and creating the graphic novel this film is based on. He was delighted when Robert Smith of "The Cure" agreed to write an original song for the movie. Although a hugely popular song, introducing legions of new fans to "The Cure", they've only performed "Burn" live once, nineteen years after the film's release (even though it was often requested). When a fan asked if they'd play the song at a concert, bassist Simon Gallup replied, "Did we do that one for a soundtrack? I don't remember it." *The Cure has recently played this on their 2016 North American tour.


Quotes

Sarah: People once believed that when someone dies, a crow carries their soul to the land of the dead. But sometimes, something so bad happens that a terrible sadness is carried with it and the soul can't rest. Then sometimes, just sometimes, the crow can ...


Goofs

(at around 1h 1 min) When the detective and the cop are arguing about the discovery of a man melted to his blown up car, right after Draven sends the burning car into the river, the detective's shoulder holster changes from brown to black-strapped halfway through the scene.


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For Brandon and Eliza


Alternate Versions

Two different work prints are available. One is 122 minutes long and other is 103 minutes long. Some scenes that were cut for R rating are uncut in both of the work prints.


Soundtracks

AFTER THE FLESH
Performed by
My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult
Courtesy of Interscope Records
Written by Marston Daley (as Buzz McCoy) and Frank Nardiello (as Groovie Mann)
Produced by Marston Daley (as Buzz McCoy)
©1993 EMI Virgin Songs, Inc. obo Itself and Pill Krazed Music/Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corporation/Pressmancherryblossom (BMI)

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Action | Drama | Fantasy

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