Crooked Arrows

Crooked Arrows

Crooked Arrows lacrosse team in CROOKED ARROWS, a film directed by Steve Rash. © 2012 Kent Eanes/Peck Entertainment, Branded Pictures Entertainment in consultation with Freestyle Releasing and Pandemic Marketing.

Crooked Arrows (2012)

Opened: 05/18/2012 Limited

Limited (55+)05/18/2012
AMC Loews Meth...05/18/2012 - 05/31/201214 days
Playhouse 706/01/2012 - 06/07/20127 days

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Genre: Sports Drama

Rated: PG-13 for for some suggestive references.


CROOKED ARROWS is a feel-good and inspiring family film set against the excitement of the fastest growing sport in the country—lacrosse. Weaving the modern world of the game with its Native American roots—the film tells a heartening universal story that goes far beyond the excitement on the field.

A mixed-blood Native American, Joe Logan (Brandon Routh) is eager to modernize his reservation's casino by expanding on the land of his ancestors, but first he must prove himself to his father, the traditionalist Tribal Chairman (Gil Birmingham). The Chairman will only grant Joe's request on the condition that he meets his challenge— coaching the reservation's struggling high school lacrosse team, which competes against the better equipped and better trained players of the Prep School league.

Joe reluctantly accepts, only to soon realize the challenge will require a leadership he had forfeited years ago as a star lacrosse player. Lost on how to reach his players, Joe finds that the answer lies deep in the traditional cultural heritage of the sport. Gaining the respect of his team, Joe helps them restore pride and return the game of lacrosse to their people.