The Crow (1994) Brandon Lee, Michael Wincott and Rochelle Davis [DVD, Import, All Regions, NTSC]
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Director: Alex Proyas Stars: Brandon Lee, Michael Wincott and Rochelle Davis A guitarist Eric Draven is brought back to life by a crow a year after he and his fiancée are murdered. The crow guides him through the land of the living, and leads him to his killers: knife thrower Tin-tin, drugetic Funboy, car buff T-Bird, and the unsophisticated Skank. One by one, Eric gives these thugs a taste of their own medicine. However their leader Top-Dollar, a world-class crime lord who will dispatch his enemies with a Japanese sword and joke about it later, will soon learn the legend of the crow.
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Now for plot: Eric Draven's story is tragic, and his devotion to his fiancee is quite beautiful. The film is beautifully shot and scripted, full of banter and dark humor that will be long remembered. Once you've watched it once, you WILL want to watch it again.
Bear in mind that it is rated "R" for a reason. Though the gore and violence is mostly implied, it is still very present. The language is not for young ears, and there are multiple elements that many will find dark and unsettling. Keep this in mind before you watch it: if it is not your thing, it might not be for you. If you have any more questions, I would consult the Parents Guide on IMDB.com like I did.
On another note (rant), it could've used some updated blu-ray extras, but then again, almost all new blu-rays have the DVD standard def extras on them anyway, which could mean they don't care about extras that much, but it's also because they're now using VC-1 codec and AAC audio that HD-DVD used, instead of MPEG-2 and uncompressed PCM audio, so that's all they can fit on 1 disc. If you remember, there were no extras, period, on earlier blu-rays, unless it appeared on a 2nd disc. Perhaps since Blu-Ray has no competition anymore, they can do whatever they want I guess...
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