The little boy that is seen through out the movie, to make it clearer, the one that Maug is carrying in the end during the dance, is Aaron Printup's (Maug) son. See more »
When Nadie tells the Crooked Arrows that they are in the play offs, in one shot you can see the player with a grey tank top sitting on one of the benches. In the next scene when Reed shouts "Whoo" he is standing up. See more »
How about a lap dance?
You don't have a lap, honey.
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Women's Dance #1
Written by Cam Hill
Performed by Can-Am Singers See more »
It Follows "The Formula" ...BUT
"Crooked Arrows" is one of those movies that even if you know almost nothing about the sport of Lacrosse you get involved in the game so much so that you might just find yourself yelling at the screen and that is part of "The Formula" that works so very well for movies about sports.
If you start watching this movie thinking that "The Formula" is all there is to it, get prepared for a BIG Wake-up call.
This movie has managed to twist Native culture, Traditions, History and even Language all together so expertly that you are not only being entertained but being educated at the same time.
Saying that this movie is an emotional roller coaster would be akin to saying that Tecumseh was a great warrior. Both are major understatements.
I'm not going to give anything away here because I really believe that potential viewers should just watch and ENJOY this movie from start to finish without knowing more than what is in the synopsis.
Probably the biggest compliment I can pay the movie is by saying, "I'm Dave Furlotte and I'm a Crooked Arrow."
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