The Crow


Action / Drama / Fantasy

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 82%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 90%
IMDb Rating 7.6 10 147715


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Bai Ling as Myca
Brandon Lee as Eric Draven
Tony Todd as Grange
Michael Wincott as Top Dollar
550.87 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 42 min
P/S 3 / 85

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by burzintaj 10 / 10

One of the best

I wish Brandon Lee were still alive to play in more gold movies like this.

Reviewed by LeonLouisRicci 9 / 10

One of the First Hard-"R" Comic Book Movies and a Winner All Around

Director Alex Proyas Delivers a Gloomy, Street World Filled with Unfortunates, Low-Lifes, Murders, Rapists, Anarchists, and some Assorted Good Folks Trapped in a Hell's Kitchen during "Hell Night".

Its Bleak and done at Break-Neck Speed. It's Brutal, Bloody, and Depressing. It's Perpetually Night in a Perpetual Rain ("It can't rain all the time.").

The Aforementioned Quote is from Eric Draven's Rock Album and is used to Connect an Adolescent Girl (Rochelle Davis) and the Reincarnated Draven who has Returned from the Grave to Avenge the Rape and Murder of His New Bride Shelly (Sofia Shinas). Eric and Shelly had Befriended the Street Urchin Sarah.

The Movie Creates a Cinematic World of its Own, Cribbed from the Comic-Book by James O'Barr. The Crow Comics were an Underground Hit. Independently Produced and Apart from Mainstream Superhero Stuff.

The Movie is Ultra-Stylish, Ultra-Violent, but does Attain and Maintain a Heart and a Soul. It is Touching at times when it Needs. Just Enough to keep the Film from Drowning in the Blood and Rain and Sinking to the Pits of Hell.

Quite an Accomplishment from all involved. It's Well Acted All Around and the Script is Sharp, Never Pretentious, and to the Point. The Surreal Imagery Dominates alongside the Thuggery.

The Ghouls are out In Force on Hell's Night and to Venture onto the Mean Streets of this Dystopia is Not for the Faint of Heart.

Note...Brandon Lee Stars as "The Crow" and suffered a fatal gunshot wound during filming.

Reviewed by dianamarslover 10 / 10

Favorite Movie

The Crow is such a beautiful movie, Brandon Lee's performance was spectacular. It's a shame Brandon is no longer with us, but he will always be a legend in my book. The Crow is a classic, very underrated. I do not enjoy the sequels to the movie, they should have stopped after this movie. Without Eric Draven there is no crow.

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