|Jafar says: Read my lips and come to grips with the reality!|
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|“||F-ck you, bird-dick!||„|
|~ Curve cursing Ashe Corven|
Curve is a supporting antagonist in The Crow: City of Angels. He is a member of crime lord Judah Earl's gang who murders Ashe Corven and his son Danny after they inadvertently witness one of the gang's crimes.
He was portrayed by punk rock singer Iggy Pop.
Curve is Judah's right-hand man and rides a motorcycle. On his chest is a tattoo of a pair of demons (which, coincidentally, form the shape of a crow).
After Ashe is resurrected by a mystical crow, he seeks revenge against his and Danny's murderers, eventually killing all of them but Curve. Ashe pursues Curve in a motorcycle chase. When Curve charges at his foe, Ashe shoots Curve's motorcycle, causing it to explode and mortally injure Curve. Ashe kneels down by Curve and tells him about people putting coins in the mouths of the dead to pay Charon to ferry them across the river Styx. Ashe finds a coin lying on the ground, puts it in Curve's mouth, and kisses Curve on the forehead. Ashe then drags Curve into the nearby river, leaving him to die as local parishioners cast down flower petals in the shape of a crow.
In the novelization of the film, Curve is given a tragic backstory. When he was a child, his mother prostituted him to adult men, and also frequently beat and burned him. The book also characterizes Curve as being addicted to Trinity, the hallucinogenic drug that he peddles on Judah's orders.