The Crow: City of Angels

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It is said that when a man dies wrongfully, a crow may bring him back to life to seek vengeance upon his killer. Like the first Crow, this revenge saga is set in a fantastical urban nightmare and is based upon the dark comic book stories of artist James O. Barr. The first film was set in a horrifying Detroit. The second is set in a similar version of Los Angeles. This time, the crow flies on behalf of Ashe, a motorcycle mechanic who was murdered along with his young son after they have witnessed a murder. After ...
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Overview

It is said that when a man dies wrongfully, a crow may bring him back to life to seek vengeance upon his killer. Like the first Crow, this revenge saga is set in a fantastical urban nightmare and is based upon the dark comic book stories of artist James O. Barr. The first film was set in a horrifying Detroit. The second is set in a similar version of Los Angeles. This time, the crow flies on behalf of Ashe, a motorcycle mechanic who was murdered along with his young son after they have witnessed a murder. After rising from the dead, Ashe dons the traditional black garb and funereal white pancake make-up that marks the crow's chosen one. While getting his violent revenge, Ashe is befriended by Sarah, a tattoo expert with great knowledge of the crow legend. Together, they defeat the vile criminals Curve and Kali.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/12/2011
  • UPC: 096009751098
  • Original Release: 1996
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  • Source: Miramax Echo Bridge
  • Time: 1:26:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Vincent Perez Ashe Corven
Mia Kirshner Sarah
Richard Brooks Judah
Iggy Pop Curve
Thomas Jane
Vincent Castellanos
Holley Chant Holly Daze
Shelly Desai Hindu
Ian Dury Noah
Tracey Ellis Sybil
Alan Gelfant Bassett
Beverley Mitchell Grace
Kerry Rossall Zeke
Technical Credits
Tim Pope Director
Charles William Breen Art Director
Alessandro Camon Executive Producer
Gary Diamond Art Director
Jean-Yves Escoffier Cinematographer
Kirsten Everberg Costumes/Costume Designer
Michael Flynn Co-producer
Joseph Geisinger Sound/Sound Designer
David S. Goyer Screenwriter
Lora Kennedy Casting
Michael Knue Editor
Nicholas C. Mastandrea Asst. Director
Alex McDowell Production Designer
Jeff Most Producer
Amy Ostrower Production Manager
Edward R. Pressman Producer
Anthony Redman Editor
Graeme Revell Score Composer
Mario Roberts Stunts
Bob Weinstein Executive Producer
Harvey Weinstein Executive Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Crow 2: City of Angels
1. Restless Souls [5:58]
2. Quality Control [5:07]
3. Strange Dreams [4:56]
4. Awaken [3:40]
5. Vengeance [4:31]
6. Pick a Card [5:13]
7. The Mark [3:40]
8. Peep Show [5:58]
9. Day of the Dead [8:16]
10. Echoes From the Past [8:53]
11. Nothing Personal [4:28]
12. Down the River [5:24]
13. We All Fall Down [4:55]
14. Pain Is Power [6:15]
15. Love Is Stronger Than Death [8:29]
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Crow City of Angels

    This movie was pretty good. I enjoyed this one better than Salvation done in 2000. I think to enjoy this movie you have to have anunderstanding of what it is about and what modivates a person to have such passion for the dead. The movie was how ever give tosted together and the story line wasn't very strong but it did prove with out a doubt good will always win over evil. It was sad having ended the way it did and it showed a strong respect for the main reason it was made. May others see and respect the perpose of this movie and understand the meaning behind it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    crud crud crud

    Tim Pope used to direct videos for the The Cure. He should have stuck to that. This movie stunk like a unbathed hillbilly. Ugghhh

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