Rated PG-13 · 105 minutes · 2012

Crooked Arrows stars Brandon Routh in the story of a group of Native American teens trying to get their lacrosse team into the playoffs, and it’s just another humdrum sports movie with a cliché-riddled plot. When these clichés are done correctly, they can become decent films—but due to poor acting and message-shoved-in-your-face dialogue, this film drags heavier than a dead body. While I like Routh, his post-Superman Returns work has been lacking, and he could really use a good script. It’s pretty sad seeing him in stuff like this; he is actually a competent and handsome-enough actor.
Official Site: crookedarrows.com
Director: Steve Rash
Producer: J. Todd Harris, Mitchell Peck, Adam Leff, Jeffrey McCormick and Brandon Routh
Cast: Brandon Routh, Crystal Allen, Chelsea Ricketts, Gil Birmingham, Tyler Hill, Tom Kemp, Dennis Ambriz, Michael Hudson, Lee Cunningham, Cree Cathers, Jack Vandervelde, Aaron Printup and Orris Edwards



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The Coast Halifax Crooked Arrows Lacrosse, charming acting and loveable underdogs make a winner by Jacob Boon 07/12/2012

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