A vengeful spirit has taken the form of the Tooth Fairy to exact vengeance on the town that lynched her 150 years earlier. Her only opposition is the only child, now grown up, who has survived her before.
Emma Caulfield Ford,
Jimmy Cuervo is a down-on-his-luck ex-con living in a polluted mining town on a reservation that would run him out of town if not for the remainder of his probation. With his time nearly finished, he plans to start a new life with his girlfriend Lily , and leave the town for good. But Luc Crash and Lola Byrne head up a local gang of local Satanists who murder Jimmy and Lily in a brutally ritualistic slaying that they hope will conjure the rebirth of the Antichrist. When the legend of the Crow returns Jimmy from the dead, Jimmy heads out on a one-man path of vengeance that will lead him to El Nino, the leader of the gang that Luc and Lola are in. Written by
The movie constantly references ravens--from the name of the town and tribe, to the casino name, to the Ravenfest party, to Jimmy outright quoting Edgar Allan Poe in the final scene. Ravens and crows are not the same thing. See more »
So God gave trash like you wings. He never gave me shit! Fucker!
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Nothing tops the first, and I'm not saying it's impossible to make a better crow film than the first I'm just saying this one wasn't as great, but definitely the second best. Furlong did an excellent job especially, he really was a sort of angry/ apathetic crow hybrid, and i was very impressed.
Contrary to the first reviewer, I think the only bad thing about this flick WAS Dennis Hopper, I don't know if it was how he was scripted, if he ad libbed, or if they just cast the wrong person, either way, you will find yourself asking the timeless question, "what the ****?" See it, and pay for it, especially if you are a fan and you'd like to see quality sequels made, when they are actually good it's up to us to support what we demand when it's delivered
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