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Dumb cringe sequel movie that is so bad you can't forget about it.
One of the worst movies I've ever seen. Everything about this movie is so wrong. Whoever predicted that this would be a good movie must be eating crow.
Worst rendition ever! Crap storyline with an even worst cast! Angel, Tarra and Macy Grey aren't know for great acting, so expected nothing more.
Even funnier is the crow drawing in his eyes with an sharpie.. pmsl!
Don't even waste your time...
This movie was surprisingly good!
Movie is ok but it lacked certain elements that the other 3 had
Edward Furlong plays a resurrected ex-convict who seeks revenge against a group to Satanists led by David Boreanaz and Tara Reid, who murdered his girlfriend. Not that the prior sequels were all that good, but this one is awful! All three main leads seem horribly miscast. Changing the setting from a dark gothic cityscape to a mystical south of the border modern day western setting also seemed like a serious misstep. I'm tempted to say there is nothing to recommend about this film, but Danny Trejo does have a small part, so that's one glimmer amongst a sea of awful.
pretty good, not great.
The Crow: Wicked Prayer is...hmmm...really really bad, and it takes a while to realize how bad it is because the setup is decent, and the cast features some names, like Tito Ortiz, Tara Reid, Edward Furlong, Danny Trejo, and even Dennis Hopper. But, it's awful, and it's the kind of awful that kind of keeps you going through the whole movie just to see what Dennis Hopper does, then you realize that his character is so bad that despite his best efforts, he actually makes the movie worse. Seriously, he actually plays a satanic priest/pimp while reciting horribly cliché gangster-esque lines about homeboys and shorties - I can't stress enough that this review is not bullshit in the academic sense of the word, this movie is bad...really bad, maybe not Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 bad, but in the ballpark.
Wicked Prayer starts by setting the tone in a rural mining town on a reservation. The mine is supposed to close down, then a casino is supposed to be built, but wait now there is a satanic gang running around killing people and Edward Furlong who has lost a considerable amount of charisma is an outsider white dude who supposedly killed someone but is in love with a Native girl and they end up getting tied up and killed as the victim of a satanic ritual that is so bad that the crow brings Edward Furlong back to life so he can kill all of them.
The bad guys are a multi-ethnic group led by a guy who at one point tries and SPOILER ALERT succeeds at actually becoming the devil. There's a peyote scene that was reminiscent of the acid tripping scene in Around the Fire. Then, a bunch of people get killed, the Satanists look for a virgin so the main dude can be the devil, and end up at the satanic pimp's satanic church/brothel, perform a satanic wedding that is conducted by Dennis Hopper in what must be some of THE WORST dialog ever written for film. They try to kill the bird but SPOILER ALERT Danny Trejo takes his shirt off and performs a quasi Native American healing dance to bring the bird back to life, and then it helps Edward Furlong kill everyone. I'd like to go in to detail about how tying The Crow in with Native American Raven mythology could have worked, and how there were parts that showed potential, but I'll stop here. This movie really sucked.
Awful, almost seems like a joke/parody film.
Furlong tries, but is underwhelmed with a retread plot and useless violence.