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1. Posted: Wed 5th Aug 2009 01:50 BST
I for one absolutely think they're all great; except 4 which sucks! That's because the first one is still guaranteed a classic because of Brandon Lee.. God bless him! Also City of Angels is without a doubt just as good as the first; & another classic because of Vincent Prez! Salvation to me was alright; only good things about it were Kristen Dunst & the whole new vibe with the bad cops & electrocution torture!
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2. Posted: Wed 5th Aug 2009 01:52 BST
I love the first one, like Salvation, loathe City of Angels, and thought the one with John Conner and Angel was the worst.
I thought the original graphic novels were much better and the message and emotion was completely lost with the exception of the first one.
3. Posted: Wed 5th Aug 2009 01:55 BST
"Who loves The Crow movies?!" by, The Crow. Awesome!
I love The Crow movie (bless his soul, RIP)! Saw Crow 2, that was enough.
4. Posted: Wed 5th Aug 2009 01:57 BST
I remember one of the sequels being half-decent, but I forget which. I enjoyed the original when it came out, but it seems like the kind of movie that if I watched again I'd be embarrassed I ever liked it, so I am guarding my precious memories closely.
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5. Posted: Wed 5th Aug 2009 01:58 BST
The Crow is a pretty decent film but the less said about the sequels the better.
6. Posted: Wed 5th Aug 2009 01:58 BST
Loved the original, hated the others.
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7. Posted: Wed 5th Aug 2009 01:59 BST
Glad you're the first to notice that!
8. Posted: Wed 5th Aug 2009 02:14 BST
Adam, actually, not that embarrassing. It still a lot better than most comic movies out right now and it was a lot better than the sludge Burton made that he called 'Batman' movies.
9. Posted: Wed 5th Aug 2009 02:17 BST
Machu wrote:"Who loves The Crow movies?!" by, The Crow. Awesome!Glad you're the first to notice that!
First to notice, probably not who knows. First to mention, yes.
Anyhow, it was too long for me since I watched 'The Crow' so I won't dare say either way. Probably should go watch it again for good measure..
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10. Posted: Wed 5th Aug 2009 20:39 BST
Absolutely loved the first one, senior year in college a friend and I used to watch it on a regular, almost weekly, basis. The others not so much -- though i haven't really given the others a chance; just what i've seen doesn't capture that same atmosphere of the first film, which itself was a great translation of much of the original graphic novel source material.
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11. Posted: Wed 5th Aug 2009 23:00 BST
I think a lot of it has to do with the fact that the first one is the only one to have a competent director who actually has a decent body of work...except for The Knowing...not everything can be amazing...we all stumble sometimes. Mr. Proyas, you stumbled.
12. Posted: Wed 5th Aug 2009 23:01 BST
Also, I don't think anyone's mentioned this, The Crow has one of the best soundtracks for any film, ever. If you disagree then frankly I have nothing to say to you because I can't respect your opinion
13. Posted: Wed 5th Aug 2009 23:01 BST
Adore the first. I was upset when Rob Zombie's vision of the Crow was canned, that would've been truly awesome.
14. Posted: Wed 5th Aug 2009 23:21 BST
Theres more then one Crow film?
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15. Posted: Wed 5th Aug 2009 23:30 BST
@ 14: That's what I'm sayin.
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16. Posted: Wed 5th Aug 2009 23:37 BST
The sequel was pretty much a straight to video/dvd affair, truly shocking.
17. Posted: Thu 6th Aug 2009 20:08 BST
This is absolute truth, one of the most perfect soundtracks. I absolutely love the My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult song (the one playing during the "You are all going to die" scene upstairs in the club).
Oh, and yes, i think the brilliance of Alex Proyas (Dark City is awesome!) really worked perfectly to make the first film the awesomesauce that it was.
18. Posted: Thu 6th Aug 2009 20:16 BST
The first film is a better-than-average comic book movie(but that's not really saying much here, the only other film genre that fills me with more horror is the film-of-the-game genre), the rest are plot-thin, poorly acted rubbish.
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19. Posted: Wed 9th Sep 2009 18:44 BST
Ahahahahahahaaaaa, who changed his name to The Cow that's brill!
They're doing a remake of The Crow btw, I bet that annoys The Cow greatly. lol Needles to say, I shall be ignoring it. No need!
20. Posted: Thu 10th Sep 2009 00:14 BST
holy crap! I never knew there were any past the first.
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