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Crooked Arrows

Crooked Arrows

A native-American lacrosse team makes its way through a prep school league tournament.

The ancient sport of lacrosse tournament is taken place between the Native American players from Crooked Arrows high school and their rival. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Crooked Arrows torrent reviews

Linda P (br) wrote: Sweet, romantic movie

Topher H (it) wrote: Absolutely dreadful! Piss poor actors with a weaker storyline than my coffee this AM. Best quote definitely was "Eat Ass Cake!" which was the only time I burst out laughing. One extra star for boobies. Wait 'til it's on Movie Central/Super Channel like I did...

Sunil N (de) wrote: It's just impossible to put yourself in the mind of these fundamentalists! A good movie for those flirting with culture relativism.

Patrick M (mx) wrote: these are funny jack lemmon was great

Craig C (ag) wrote: Two great actors trapped in an embarrassing script. Worst Film of 1989.

Evil K (gb) wrote: Totally fuckin cheesey movie about hookers that kill men with chainsaws... in Hollywood.

Altered E (gb) wrote: The only thing sadder than Stephen King squandering any creative talent he had in this cocaine-fueled semi pileup taken movie form is that the director of photography lost an eye while filming it -and lost his career as a result. Having never read the source material (and blissfully unaware of the lives ruined by this flick), I had an absolute blast watching it. There's no explanation for any of the plot, no character development whatsoever, and generally no plot whatsoever. Just a lot of stupid characters dying in stupid, though quizzically not genre-blind ways. There's some unintentional laugh out loud dialogue, editing, and camera work. It's up there with the Shining and Shawshank as one of my favourite screen adaptations of Stephen King's work.

Scott W (ag) wrote: Hopeless, boring horror from Bob Clark of Black Christmas and Deathdream fame. Sadly, this is utter rubbish for the first hour then a pretty decent copy of Night of the Living Dead.