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Crow Box Set
     

Crow Box Set

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Director: Alex Proyas, Bharat Nalluri, Tim Pope, Brandon Lee

Cast: Alex Proyas, Bharat Nalluri, Tim Pope, Brandon Lee

 
This three-pack from Disney/Buena Vista contains discs for The Crow, The Crow: City of Angels, and The Crow: Salvation. All three discs are graced with widescreen anamorphic transfers that preserve the original theatrical aspect ratio of the films. Closed-captioned English soundtracks are crisp and clean. Spanish subtitles are accessible. Each of

Overview

This three-pack from Disney/Buena Vista contains discs for The Crow, The Crow: City of Angels, and The Crow: Salvation. All three discs are graced with widescreen anamorphic transfers that preserve the original theatrical aspect ratio of the films. Closed-captioned English soundtracks are crisp and clean. Spanish subtitles are accessible. Each of the discs is loaded with quality extras like commentary tracks, making-of featurettes that cover numerous aspects of production, and deleted scenes. Although each of these titles is available individually, this set offers a cost effective way to acquire all three.

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Jason Bergenfeld
The Crow was born in 1991 as a dark graphic novel. Stemming from a personal tragedy in comic artist James O'Barr's life, its legend was simple: When loved ones die unjustly, one will rise up to exact revenge, guided only by a mystical crow and a living cohort. With a loyal underground following, the story inspired a comic miniseries, which eventually led to the first film adaptation. Though shrouded by the tragic on-set death of star Brandon Lee -- a event that too eerily invokes O'Barr's legend -- The Crow (1994) maintains the same disarming style that made the miniseries a hit, while Lee serves up a charismatic grace and athleticism reminiscent of his father, martial arts legend Bruce Lee. In the first follow-up to O'Barr's original tale, The Crow: City of Angels (1996), a number of newcomers (Vincent Perez, Mia Kirshner, Richard Brooks) team up with a pair of punk-rock legends (Iggy Pop, Ian Dury). In a post-apocalyptic Los Angeles, a single father (Perez) is gunned down along with his young son for witnessing a gang murder. The father soon rises to hunt for his killers with great speed and determination. In the latest chapter, The Crow: Salvation (2000), a death row inmate (Eric Mabius) is wrongfully executed for the murder of his girlfriend (Jodi Lyn O'Keefe). With reluctant support from the girlfriend's bereaved sister (Kirsten Dunst), the Crow rises once again to redeem the dead man's soul and find the real killers. All three of the new special-edition DVDs are packed with bonus features, including audio commentary tracks, behind-the-scenes featurettes, and DVD-ROM materials. The first film includes an entire disc of extra content featuring deleted scenes and a profile of O'Barr. From their archetypal story of revenge to their everyman characters, The Crow Collectors Editions afford fans the complete experience of this dark saga of undying love.

Product Details

Release Date:
03/20/2001
UPC:
0786936142716
Rating:
R
Source:
Dimension
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time:
4:54:00

Special Features

Widescreen 1.85:1 [anamorphic]; Audio: English Dolby Digital 5.1; English Dolby Digital Surround; English DTS 5.1; French: Dolby Digital Stereo; Spanish subtitles; "The Crow":; Behind-the-scenes featurette; Feature commentary track with producer Jeff Most and screenwriter John Shirley; A profile of James O'Barr; Extended scenes; Deleted footage montage; Original poster concepts; Production design stills; Storyboards; DVD-ROM features:; Devil's Night Retribution trivia game; Enhanced playback track; Screenplay viewer; Weblinks; "The Crow: City of Angels":; Behind-the-scenes featurette; Production and costume design featurette; Feature commentary track with producer Jeff Most, composer Graeme Revell, actor Richard Brooks, production designer Alex McDowell, and costume designer Kirsten Everberg; Original poster concepts; Production design stills; DVD-ROM features:; Screenplay viewer and novelization; Production art gallery; Weblinks; "The Crow: Salvation":; Production design featurette; Who's That Bird?; Behind-the-scenes featurette; Behind-the-scenes makeup featurette; Feature commentary with director Bharat Nalluri, actor Eric Mabius, producer Jeff Most, composer Marco Beltrami, and production designer Maia Javan; DVD-ROM features:; Screenplay viewer; Weblinks

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Side #1 -- The Crow: Side 1
0. Chapter Selection
1. Opening/Murder And Fire [4:21]
2. Living Dead [12:23]
3. "Victims, Aren't We All?" [5:07]
4. "Death Is Coming Tonight" [13:20]
5. "Mother Is The Name For God" [9:10]
6. Curious Cop [4:03]
7. Awfully Touching [3:22]
8. Blast From The Past [7:39]
9. Funny Drugs [1:27]
10. Guilty Conscience [1:22]
11. Missing And Caring [3:28]
12. No Such Things As Ghosts [1:14]
13. The Dead Can't Come Back [2:12]
14. The Avenger [8:28]
15. "Kill The Crow And Destroy The Man" [3:16]
16. Every Man's Devil [11:40]
17. Reunited! [1:33]
18. End Credits [7:19]
Side #3 -- The Crow: City Of Angels
0. Chapter Selections
1. Opening/Quality Control [9:03]
2. Mistress Of Pain [5:15]
3. "What Mask Will Death Wear?" [2:19]
4. See No Evil [10:55]
5. "Does The Corpse Have A Familiar Face?" [4:57]
6. Sugarplum With A Gun [3:57]
7. Killer Lap Dance [5:58]
8. Day Of The Dead [3:30]
9. Sever The Link [5:21]
10. Sleep With Angels [5:07]
11. "Hush Little Baby, Don't Say A Word" [3:45]
12. "Wrong Place, Wrong Time" [8:21]
13. Pain Is The Power [15:47]
14. End Credits [6:14]
Side #4 -- The Crow: Salvation
0. Chapter Selection
1. Opening/The Execution [12:15]
2. Resurrection [8:02]
3. Mad Monkey Love [2:33]
4. A Stranger Visits [2:03]
5. Lying Witness [2:54]
6. Officer Down [10:31]
7. Jail Time For A Cover-Up [8:25]
8. Dirty Cops [2:26]
9. Who's Next? [2:47]
10. "It Wasn't Supposed To Happen" [3:05]
11. Dert? [2:14]
12. "Life Is Worth Fighting For" [3:15]
13. The Dead Can Return [3:49]
14. All For You [7:43]
15. It's Over [6:24]
16. The King [13:04]
17. Retribution [4:04]
18. End Credits [6:01]

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Crow Box Set 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Crow 1 and 3 were so ridiculously sick. Crow 2 was okay, but don't let that stop you from getting this. The complete collection is essential for any Crow fan.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Crow was wounderful and showed great passion for the victoms and the dead. In the Crow City of angels it was still a wounderful movie but was put together to hastely. Vincent Perez did as well as Brandon Lee had. For the Crow Salvation it was a fair movie that put a bad taste in your mouth when it came down to the durty cops and how it seems in real life at times how people are who they arereally seem. It was not only degrading of those who have athority but it was also just put together like they didn't care if they trillagy could servive a blow that it took in the end. with all in all this is still a must have for the fans of the Crow.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Crow 1 is a great movie it brought out the vision that O'Barr had made in his grief and pain.... The Crow 2 City of Angels is a good movie it had some good parts and some weak parts but all in all isa fair to good movie... The Crow 3 Salvation is a poor movie and could have been done better there was a great concept there but not done right... but in all if you are a Crow Fan you will like these movies no matter how great or poorly they were done .....Brandon Lee is THE CROW