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The third entry in 'The Crow' series follows Alex Corvis, who was framed for the murder of his girlfriend and is executed. he is then brought back from the dead by a crow when the legend says 'Love is stronger than death'. He returns to discover that a corrupt police force is behind her murder and for him to go after the killers, he must find out the mystery behind everything that happened. Written by
This is the only Crow film in which the Crow features are not created with the use of face paint; in this film, the lines bisecting each eye and at the corners of the mouth to form the smile are formed out of burnt skin. See more »
When the crow flies off a stack of papers, you can see a crew member's hand hitting underneath the papers to make the crow fly off them. See more »
Enough already with the comparisons to Brandon Lee
I'm the biggest Brandon/Bruce Lee fan in the world but enough!!! People are going to always compare this movie to the first one and Eric Mabius to Brandon Lee. That's where I think this movie suffers.
I think storyline-wise it would have been better of he hadn't have resurrected right after his execution. They should have left him dead for a while. When he came back it didn't really seem like all that much of a shock. The bad guys just thought they had botched the execution and mistakenly pronounced him dead. Maybe even have gone so far as to have him resurrect on the autopsy table, not from his grave because that would have been a direct copy of Crow number One.
All in all a decent little flick but suffers from comparisons to its predecessors.
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