The Crow: Wicked Prayer

Audio problem: When Pestilence puts the bug in his mouth, we hear a crunch as if he is chewing it, yet a few seconds later he spits it out and it is not chewed up at all.

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Audio problem: When Lucifer runs the comb along his tongue, you hear the clicking of the "spines", yet he is running the other side of the comb along his tongue, so you should hear nothing.

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Audio problem: When El Nino is laughing after meeting Satan, when the camera cuts, you can see he is no longer laughing out loud, although his laugh is still heard.

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Audio problem: When War gives his first "epic" quote at the beginning of the movie, there is a period of about a second and a half when his lips are not moving, then there is a cut, and they are suddenly moving.

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Audio problem: The mine workers are chanting "Save our jobs" in the beginning, yet their mouths never match what they are saying.

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Audio problem: Upon finding Lily's dead body, there is a wideshot of Jimmy carrying her, and he is sobbing "Oh my god. Oh my god." But his lips are not moving.

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When Jimmy is getting ready to propose, in the shot where he pets his dog, you can see in the first shot from in front he is not moving, yet in the next shot he is walking and leaning towards the dog.

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When Jimmy is about to be brought back by the Crow, he has an eerie dream about Lily. If you listen carefully, you can hear two women whimpering in the background music/sounds. This particular sound effect is taken from the movie "Van Helsing" from the first scene to feature Dracula in color. (The only previous scene with him was black and white).

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