Driving by his deep love for sports and his will of winning at the tournament, Joe Logan, a young courageous and ambitious high school guy, who is the leader of the Native Americans lacrosse team, who do their best and train well to achieve their dream.
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Brian Orndorf BrianOrndorf.com
June 03, 2012 It has charm and a refreshing cultural perspective, but the predictability is often too much to bear, tanking the potential for a proper big screen exploration of lacrosse.Read in Source
Jeffrey M. Anderson Common Sense Media
July 06, 2012 This attempt at a drama is pretty routine, but it demonstrates why some clichés became clichés: because they work. [It's] basically The Bad News Bears without all of the humor, though the tone is still fairly light.Read in Source
Michael Dequina TheMovieReport.com
June 04, 2012 The lack of anything distinctive in execution or performance makes the film instantly forgettable.Read in Source
Farran Smith Nehme New York Post
June 01, 2012 In another era, "Crooked Arrows" might have been an after-school special, perfect to have on the TV while cleaning the house; miss a scene while you're dusting under the couch, and you'll still know exactly what's happening later.Read in Source
Ronnie Scheib Variety
May 31, 2012 A millennial brace of lacrosse action propels Crooked Arrows through a thicket of cliches liberally planted in its path.Read in Source
Joe Neumaier New York Daily News
May 31, 2012 Routh ... does a killer Tom Cruise-in-"Jerry Maguire" homage in this swift little sports dramedy.Read in Source
Fred Topel CraveOnline
June 21, 2012 It's The Mighty Ducks for lacrosse and it works.Read in Source
Daniel M. Gold New York Times
June 01, 2012 "Crooked Arrows" gets points for its glimpses of Native American culture and history - the film's backers include the Onondaga Nation - but too many of these scenes are disappointingly static.Read in Source
Gayle MacDonald Globe and Mail
June 01, 2012 An entirely predictable script that chugs along to the foregone loser-beats-odds conclusion.Read in Source
Gary Goldstein Los Angeles Times
May 31, 2012 "Crooked Arrows" might involve two lesser-seen screen subjects - Native Americans and lacrosse - but it still can't break free of the usual underdog sports picture tropes.Read in Source
Marjorie Baumgarten Austin Chronicle
June 08, 2012 These aspects provide the film with a novel focus, even though all of its events are entirely predictable.Read in Source
Mark Jackson Epoch Times
June 30, 2016 It's a warm-hearted little movie. It may have a ton of Native American cinematic clichés-dream sequences with staccato wooden flutes, soaring eagles, and so on-but it works.Read in Source
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