Not the best of the series but not the worst either
OK lets start this off by saying Edward Furlong and David Boreanaz were awesome in this, David especially as the villain of the film was superb. And it was nice to see Edward Furlong again, though I do have to say his acting feels as though it went downhill since T2 and American History X while watching this, but still a good job. Tara Reid also does a good job in this movie.
All that said their performances are the shining roles among a D-List cast.
The plot was a bit convoluted at times, mainly based around a satanic cult who had a grudge against a local Native American reservation, and a young man Jimmy Cuervo (not to be confused with the liquer LOL) who was not well liked on the reservation, but the love interest of a beutiful woman who was one of it's inhabitants... Like any other Crow story we all know what happens from here.... Yadda Yadda Yadda... Happy couple get savagely killed... Yadda Yadda Yadda... Boyfriend comes back from the dead.... Yadda Yadda Yadda... Bad guys get killed by The Crow..... Yadda Yadda Yadda.... Climactic end fight with the main villain who somehow gets super-powers by the end of the movie... Roll credits.
Not a bad movie, and I thought the third film was actually the worst in the series so this one, while no where near as good as the Brandon Lee film was at least not the worst in my opinion, and again, Edward David and Tara were good in this.
Enjoyable, but no real moments that made it stand out in the series.