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A man comes back from the grave in the guise of a night bird to avenge his and his girlfriend's deaths.
Starring Brandon Lee, Rochelle Davis, Ernie Hudson... View more >
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Sep 28, 2002
When Brandon Lee died of a gunshot wound on the set of "The Crow," some figured that the movie will died with him. But they finish the film, and because of that film that Lee's legend grew out of his death, the same way that his father Actor Bruce Lee died in 1972, and he became a legend. The same can be said about James Dean, who died in 1955 after making three films.
The film is a comic book come to life. Lee became the crow out of a personal tragedy, the same way as another superhero,"Batman." Watching this film will be hard since the film will remind people of the tragedy that occurred on the set of the movie in March 1993. I can remember watching "The Twlight Zone: The Movie" in 1983 and my thoughts of the tragic death of Victor Morrow never left me.
Watching "The Crow" will be hard too, but it's a must see, because Brandon Lee had left us with an impressive performance.
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