I may not know much about sports beyond which athletes date celebrities, but a good sports movie makes me white-knuckle the armrest right along with the rest of America as the home team inevitably finds themselves with one shot left at winning the big game.
And while Crooked Arrows (Brandon Routh's new movie about a Native American lacrosse team) does have the requisite countdown to zero as the shot sails towards the goal, there is so much more to this story than meets the eye. It's a tale of spirituality, culture and how the two are forever intertwined with this immensely popular sport. All of which led Brandon to join the team!
Insider.com: How do you describe Crooked Arrows?
Brandon Routh: I loved that it was about lacrosse, but the fact it had a rich, emotional journey made it even better. And then there's this payoff about what lacrosse means to the Native American »
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