Thursday, July 17, 2008

Abashed, the Devil stood and felt how awful goodness is.

This week's review: 1994's The Crow. Sadly, I think this movie is frequently forgotten in discussions about best comic book-inspired movies. I probably watch it once a year, and it is consistently excellent. So please, click here and get some.



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2 comments:

Ranylt said...

Teek, you'll be happy to know that up here, among my geek crowd, The Crow is NEVER forgotten in discussions of best comic book movies.

Still, a reminder is always helpful!

Anonymous said...

Never can this movie be forgotten. It's my all time favorite movie. Brandon did an amazing job at portraying this character. Everyone in the cast worked perfectly and I wouldn't change it.

TBird quoting Milton was inspiring to any writer I know. It really opened the door for these comic movies to be portrayed dark without going into the Gothic scene. Main streaming this movie opened a lot of doors, and I'm sure if Lee was still alive today he would have been bigger then Johnny Depp.

Brilliant movie. I give it 10/10 and suggest anyone who hasn't seen it to rush out and BUY it, not just rent. This movie is perfect for any collection and is timeless.